Information Systems Management M.S.

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The Master of Science in Information Systems Management degree program at Robert Morris University prepares students to successfully design, develop, implement, and manage information systems. Built on a strong foundation of information technology, the program provides a common body of knowledge and a curriculum appropriate for students with varying backgrounds, skill levels and career goals. 

To help you to develop the knowledge and skills to work with and manage emerging technologies in business and professional settings, the program incorporates oral and written presentation skills, interpersonal skills, ethics, professionalism, and business concepts.

Degree Requirements and Courses

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  • INFS6010  Decision Support Systems
  • INFS6040  Management Information Systems
  • INFS6114  Mobile Computing in the Enterprise
  • INFS6215  Impact of Emerging Technologies
  • INFS6220  Systems Analysis and Design
  • INFS6240  Database Management Systems
  • INFS6510  Introduction to Data Analytics
  • CYMS6100  Foundations of Cybersecurity
  • INFS7479  Project Management
  • INFS7000  Program Outcomes Assessment
  • INFS7570  Applied Research
Program Learning Outcomes

Through the program course work, students will learn how to:

  1. Understand the process of organizational decision making and issues impacting organizational decisions.
  2. Apply decision support and data analytics tools and techniques to facilitate management decision making.
  3. Design, model, and apply database technologies to the solution of business problems.
  4. Apply an integrated perspective of information systems within any organizational enterprise and understand the impact of technology on the successful management of information as an organizational resource.
  5. Understand threats and issues surrounding configuration of security components for information systems.
  6. Implement information technology project management techniques and project management software to successfully plan and manage an information systems project.
  7. Implement current information technology tools and techniques to analyze, design, and develop an information system.
  8. Identify concepts and issues surrounding the historic underpinnings of technological development and innovation and the subsequent impact upon internal and external organizational environments using the theoretical framework of systems and diffusion theories for analysis and critique.

Contact Us

Natalya G. Bromall, Ph.D.

Director, CIS Graduate Programs 
Professor of Computer and Information Systems

Phone: 412-397-6435 
Office Wheatley Center 305

Jamie L. PinchotJamie L. Pinchot, D.Sc.

Department Head, Computer and Information Systems
Professor of Computer and Information Systems

Phone: 412-397-6050 
Office: Wheatley Center 309

Sample Courses:

These are some of the classes for students in this academic program:

Management Information Systems
Managing Software Development
Quality Issues in IT PM

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