Information Systems and E-Business Concentration

Every day, across every industry and business function, petabytes of data flow through information and technology systems. Where do you see your career in this rapidly evolving environment?

Tech-enabled relationships drive commerce in a variety of industries and organizations. Your successful career depends on a thorough understanding of how technology applied to information systems solves problems and creates business opportunities.

Be Career Ready

  • Acquire skills for a career in corporate technology, consulting or developing solutions for business units
  • Embrace your entrepreneurial spirit with innovation and systems management skills to answer today’s business challenges
  • Apply big data, predictive analytics and systems design infrastructure management to realize strategic growth
  • Gain experience with networking and data communications, database management systems and distributed computing

Concentration Requirements

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Required Courses Second Year Electives

The Information Systems and E-Business concentration requires six courses (18 credits) as a primary concentration, MGS 602, MGS 613, MGS 614, MGS 616 and MGS 655 and one elective from the list below:

  • CSE 510 Intelligent Agents in E-Commerce
  • CSE 512 Operating Systems Internals
  • CSE 527 Modern Computer Systems
  • CSE 530 Computer Communications
  • CSE 516 E-Commerce Technology
  • CSE 605 Advanced Concepts in Programming Language
  • CSE 616 Multi-agent Systems
  • LAW 858 Technology and Intellectual Property Colloquium
  • LAW 933 Intellectual Property and the Internet: Cyber Piracy
  • MTH 529/530 Introduction to the Theory of Numbers I/II
  • MTH 567 Stream Ciphers

MGT 681 Intellectual Property

Other graduate course(s) may be approved by the faculty director as an elective.

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