Curriculum

The MMIS curriculum was developed with two strategic goals:

  1. Provide students with analytical-focused information systems knowledge and a complementary business acumen to enhance corporate leadership and problem solving.
  2. Support the Huntsman four pillars of excellence – Ethical Leadership, Global Vision, Analytical Rigor and Entrepreneurial Spirit.

PROGRAM Course REQUIREMENT: 33 CREDIT HOURS (21 REQUIRED + 12 ELECTIVE)

REQUIRED COURSES (21 CREDIT HOURS)

Each MIS course listed below is a three-credit hour course.

MIS 6230 – Management of Database Systems
MIS 5300 – Data Communications
MIS 6610 – MIS Strategy
MIS 6900 – IS Development

One of the following:

MIS 6650 – PHP
MIS 5050 – Asp.net

Two of the following:

MIS 5150 – Data Visualization & Dashboards
MIS 6110b – Advanced Business Analytics Using Distributed Computing (Hadoop+)
MIS 6110c – Advanced Business Intelligence & Data Mining
MIS 6330 – Database Implementation (Oracle)
MIS 6860/6861 – Business Intelligence & Analytics

ELECTIVES (12 CREDIT HOURS)

MIS 5050 – Asp.net
MIS 5150 – Data Visualization & Dashboards
MIS 5700 – E-commerce
MIS 6110b – Advanced Business Analytics Using Distributed Computing (Hadoop+)
MIS 6110c – Advanced Business Intelligence & Data Mining
MIS 6650 – PHP
MIS 6800 – Security
MIS 6860/6861 – Business Intelligence & Analytics

No more than two of the following:

MIS 6250 – Internship

An internship (MIS 6250) is required in the early part of one’s academic program. The internship requirement can be waived if an alternative is approved by the MMIS Advisor.

MIS 6950 – Independent Readings

Other approved 6XXX-level courses

Detailed curriculum information may be found in the PDF checklist document.