The MISM degree features an evolving curriculum that allows students to develop a foundation of information systems skills, including:
- Business analytics
- Security and forensics
- IT architecture
- Business strategy
In addition, students are required to take eighteen hours of elective courses, giving them the flexibility to further study information systems and/or management topics of their choice. All MISM classes contain the underpinning themes of professionalism, team dynamics, risk management, controls, ethics, communication, flexibility, and adaptability. Students admitted directly as graduate students will work with the advisor to create a customized schedule based on prior experience and coursework. All schedules are finalized after admission. For more information and courses and schedules, please view the flowcharts.