Online Master of Science in Computer Information Systems Concentration in Database Management Business Intelligence. Students who complete the MSCIS degree concentration in Database Management Business Intelligence will be able to demonstrate:. Comprehensive financial assistance services are available at MET, including graduate assistantships (up to $4,200 per semester), scholarships, graduate loans, and payment plans. The online Master of Science in Computer Information Systems consists of ten courses (40 credits). Students pursuing the concentration in Database Management Business Intelligence must complete the following courses:. The course highlights the application of I.T. to business needs. CS 782 is at the advanced Masters (700) level, and it assumes that students understand IT systems at the level of CS 682 Systems Analysis and Design. Enterprise architecture decisions are presented in the context of the business goals and alignment that are critical for success, given globalization and the reality that all companies are now technology companies. Students develop the understanding and skills needed to define and implement successful enterprise architectures that provide real strategic and concrete value to organizations, such as substantially reducing IT costs while improving performance, agility and alignment of information technology to business goals. Completed Application for Graduate Admission and application fee. Students learn basic computer information, different types of business systems and basic systems analysis, design and development. A maximum of two graduate-level courses (8 credits) taken at Metropolitan College before acceptance into the program may be applied towards the degree. Associate Professor, Computer Science and Administrative Sciences Director, Project ManagementPhD, University of Manitoba (Canada) MS, Florida Institute of Technology MBA, Webber College BS, University of Madras (India).
The Administrative Sciences department’s programs are accredited by AACSB International—the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. In addition, the Master of Science program in Project Management is accredited by the Project Management Institute (PMI) Global Accreditation Center for Project Management Education Programs (GAC). Prior to starting a degree program, a maximum of two relevant graduate-level courses (8 credits), completed with a grade of B or better and not used toward another degree, may be transferred from an accredited university with approval from the Administrative Sciences department. Students on academic probation must make satisfactory progress toward achieving a minimum of 3.0 by the following semester, and must be in a position to graduate with a 3.0 or better within the remaining program courses. Students who, in the determination of the department and based on past student performance, are not in a position to raise their GPA to the necessary level to graduate within the remaining courses will be dismissed from the program. Students enrolling in MET AD 571 Business Analytics Foundations must complete the online Pre-Analytics Laboratory (AD 100). International students are required to demonstrate proficiency in written and oral English skills by taking MET AD 501 Business Communications for International Students (4 cr), unless waived by the Administrative Sciences department. MS in Applied Business Analytics (on campus, online). MS in Enterprise Risk Management (on campus, online). MS in Global Marketing Management (on campus, online). MS in Chain Management (on campus, online).