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Master of Science in Information Systems Engineering
You want to learn the most current information on wireless, broadband, and optical networking. You're interested in the software that meets a company's confidentiality needs. In short, you're the perfect candidate for an MS in Information Systems Engineering (MSISE), a program that will move you beyond technical issues into leadership roles. An advanced technical background is required for admission to this program, either through an undergraduate degree or professional training.
Preparing students for leadership roles in design, development and implementation of information systems, the MSISE program focuses on the theory, methods and practices of building effective systems. Prior to beginning the MSISE, students must demonstrate fundamental knowledge of information technology principles, either through a technical baccalaureate degree or through successful completion of the undergraduate prerequisites. The MSISE major extends students' knowledge from the IT Core through coursework in topics specifically related to engineering and building information systems.