This exciting new curriculum is based on national standards that were developed by a joint committee of the Association for Information Systems (AIS) and the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).
In addition to the AIS and ACM committee, the new curriculum has also been strongly influenced by the IS community and has received the endorsement of eight major IS professional groups.
CU Denver's Online MSIS Program
The MSIS distance program offers you the freedom to strategically choose from a wide selection of courses. Concisely put, the program consists of the standard Common Body of Knowledge (CBK) courses, along with 30 credit hours. These course hours are designed to include the new MSIS core, an area of specialization, and a ‘free’ elective.
You may transfer up to nine credit hours from an AACSB International-accredited graduate school and applied to the information systems core upon approval. See your advisor for details.
Choose a Business Specialization
Besides 12 credit hours from the MSIS core, you must select an additional 24 credit hours from the following specialization. The specialization courses help complement your interests, prior education and work experiences.
- Enterprise Technology Management (ETM)
- Business Intelligence Systems (BI)
- Health Information Technology (HIT)
- Web & Mobile Computing (WMC)