Master of Information System Management

The Master in Information System Management, also known as Master of Science in Information System Management is a professional Master's degree in the Management of Information Systems of organizations. The degree is also known as Master of Science in Information Management or Master of Information Systems with a similar curriculum. (abbreviated M.ISM, MS.IM, M.IS or similar.) Through study of the diverse subjects that effects the operation of information system within organizations, the Information System Management degree attempts to equip recipients to manage and deploy effectively in a computer system in a changing Information Age. Curriculum Though unique to each degree-granting institution, an MISM will often include most, if not all, of the following: Information systems modeling Project management Databases Computer networks Economics & Statistics Business concepts Electives

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