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Master of Science in Information Systems

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Friday, August 22, 2014 Apply Now

Learn the Technical and Functional Aspects of Creating and Managing Information Systems

The Master of Science in Information Systems degree program trains systems specialists with the latest technology and techniques to help IT professionals transform their digital platform. The Drexel University Online Information Systems curriculum teaches the application of new technology to today's most pressing computer and information systems problems. Graduates of the program assume senior roles in areas such as information systems analysis and design, requirements engineering, software programming, interface design, and information resources management.

 

Drexel University Online's Master of Science in Information Systems advances professional knowledge for real-world application:  

  • Principled Approach: Program curriculum focuses on analysis, design, implementation, testing, deployment, assessment, and enhancement of large-scale information systems
  • Career-Oriented:  Designed for practicing information systems specialists to apply professionally
  • Distinguished Faculty: Taught by the faculty of Drexel University's College of Computing and Informatics
  • Highly Interactive: Drexel's online learning method is designed to challenge and engage students, while remaining convenient for the working professional
  • Flexible:  Complete the Information Systems program at a pace that fits your lifestyle, from one course per term up to a full time credit load (9 or more credits per quarter).

Program Length

The Master's in Information Systems consists of 45 credits (15 courses) and is organized in 10-week quarters.

Breaking the year's academic work into shorter 10-week modules helps students stay focused and on track. It also adds convenience, so students can take a term off at any time without undermining their momentum toward a degree.

Applications

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis for Fall and Spring terms. Apply today! 

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