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Online M.S. in Information Systems

Course Schedules


Spring 2019

Course descriptions can be viewed here.

IS 607 Introduction to Information Systems (4 credits)
Instructor: Dr. Marcella Wilson

IS 632 Networks (3 credits)
Instructor: Dr. JJ Jeng

IS 634 Structured Systems Analysis and Design (3 credits)
Instructor: Dr. Rand Obeidat

IS 668 Enterprise-Wide Computing (3 credits)
Instructor: Dr. Paul Comitz

IS 672 Computer and Network Security (3 credits)
Instructor: Dr. Marcella Wilson

IS 676 Information Integration (3 credits)
Instructor: Dr. George Karabatis

IS 677 Introduction to Data Science (3 credits)
Instructor: Dr. Aryya Gangopadhyay

CONTINUING GRADUATE STUDENT ADVANCED REGISTRATION DATES
Monday, October 29 - 9:30 a.m. (Students with 49 or more earned credits)
Monday, October 29 - 1:30 p.m. (Students with 37 or more earned credits)
Tuesday, October 30 - 9:30 a.m. (Students with 25 or more earned credits)
Wednesday, October 31 - 9:30 a.m. (Students with 12 or more earned credits)
Thursday, November 1 - 9:30 a.m. (Students with 12 or fewer earned credits)

Fall 2018

Course descriptions can be viewed here.

IS 607 Introduction to Information Systems (4 credits)
Instructor: Dr. Marcella Wilson

IS 631 Management Information Systems (3 credits) - 2 section limit
Instructor: Dr. Carlton Crabtree

IS 633 Database Management Systems (3 credits)
Instructor: Dr. Zhiyuan Chen

IS 667 Interaction Design (3 credits)
Instructor: Dr. Anthony Norcio

IS 669 Project Management (3 credits)
Instructor: Dr. Paul Comitz

IS 671 Electronic Commerce (3 credits)
Instructor: Dr. A. Ant Ozok

IS 698 Special Topics in IS: Introduction to Cybersecurity (3 credits)
Instructor: Dr. George Karabatis

The problems related to securing computing systems are more relevant and critical now than ever before. Hacking, theft, and exploitation of information assets is being done to benefit individuals, organizations, or governments. The problem is pervasive and it affects citizens of most if not all countries. This course is an introduction to cybersecurity concepts. It provides an overview of important topics in the domain of cybersecurity. Sample topics include authentication, password management, securing information through symmetric and asymmetric keys, cryptography and cryptanalysis, software vulnerabilities, identification of cyber attacks using intrusion detection techniques, intrusion prevention, access control, penetration testing, security countermeasures, security in databases, security in cloud environments, legal issues and ethics, etc. This is a technical course and it provides the students with a hands-on approach to better understand and acquire knowledge of the above security topics.

Summer 2018

Course descriptions can be viewed here.

IS 607 Introduction to Information Systems (4 credits)
Instructor: Dr. Marcella Wilson

IS 631 Management Information Systems (3 credits)
Instructor: Dr. Dongsong Zhang (limited to 1 section/30 students)

IS 633 Database Management Systems (3 credits)
Instructor: Dr. Zhiyuan Chen

IS 670 Healthcare Informatics (3 credits)
Instructor: Dr. Tim Richards

IS 680 Readings in Advanced Structured Systems Design (3 credits)
Instructor: Dr. Anthony Norcio