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Master of Science in Information Systems

Drexel University

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Description

The Master of Science in Information Systems program from Drexel University provides a complete overview of all stages of system engineering as a life-cycle process, and it prepares software designers and developers for successful careers as information system professionals.

This program's goals are to teach the applications of technology to information problems in real organizations. Every Graduate of this program will typically assume senior roles in information systems analysis and design, requirements engineering, software programming, interface design and information resources management. When applying to the MSIS program, individuals must choose a concentration in one of the following areas: Database Systems, Human-Computer Interaction, Information Architecture, Information Security and Assurance, Software Process or Web Systems and Services. Students are allowed to change their concentrations at a later date - up until the point in the program where they must begin their concentration courses.

Applicants of this program must have a Bachelor's degree from accredited institution, Min. GPA of 3.0 for last two years of undergrad work & any grad work, GRE exam (those with at least 3.2 GPA in last half of undergrad work may be eligible to waive GRE at discretion of Assoc. Dean of College)

Accreditation Information

Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Higher Education

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