Master of Management and Science Course Description 

The Master of Management and Science program is designed to provide advance knowledge, skills and practical assimilation of the knowledge needed to be successful managers and leaders in the business and Science Communities. The research skills and knowledge acquired through the program allow students to be prepared for the challenges and competition associated with the business and science industries. The research work and practice acquired by the students prepared them to be well grounded and rounded for their profession and to get up to date knowledge of these industries. 

Computer Information Systems Select 7 Core courses below and 5 required courses for the management program 36 Credits

CIS 7000 Intro to Management Information Systems (3)

The course explores current Information Systems concepts and technologies. Students will research and practice using modern productivity applications. Topics such as hardware and software components of an information system, e-business concepts and implementation, and a survey of common information systems used today are included in the curriculum to make the students learn about how information systems give a business a competitive edge. The course helps the students to integrate into business situations and analysis, and evaluate both theory and practice relevant to Management information systems.

CIS 7010 Introduction to Computer Systems (3)

Introduction to Computer Systems course provides a programmer's view of how computer systems execute programs, store information, and communicate. The curriculum encompasses overview of digital logic, and then builds up the main architectural and system elements of a typical modern computer. The course covers diverse range of topics that include machine-level code and its generation by optimizing compilers, memory organization and management, networking technology and protocols, performance evaluation & optimization and supporting concurrent computation.

CIS 7020 Managing Operation Systems (3)

This course examines the important problems in operating system design and implementation as well as an introduction to the fundamentals of operating system function, design, and implementation. The program provides the students with an opportunity to learn a lot of practical information about how programming languages, operating systems, and architectures interact and how to use each effectively. Subjects covered under the course include Operating System Introduction, Memory and Device Management, Inter-process Communication, Multi-Programming and File Systems to name the major ones. 

CIS 7030 Managing Computer Networks Systems (3)

The curriculum is designed to meet the requirements of applicants who are willing to understand the underlying principles and practice of computer and data networks. Computer hardware and software, electricity, networking terminology, and protocols, Network-to-network communications, Design and documentation of a basic network LANs and WANs Open Systems Interconnection Model and Ethernet, and Internet Protocol Addressing are the major subjects covered in the program. 

CIS 7040 Web Design and Development (3)

The course provides an introduction to basic and advanced web technologies, as well as fundamental principles and techniques to design and develop effective Web sites. As a part of the course students learn how to critically evaluate website quality, learn how to create and maintain quality web pages, learn about web design standards and why they're important, and learn to create and manipulate images. Students will have an opportunity to explore social media and web analytics as they relate to web design and development. Labs and exercises form the major part of practical aspects of this course.  

CIS 7050 Information Systems Project (3)

This course introduces students to the role and responsibilities of a project manager, the challenges of IS Project management, and the application of tools and techniques for successful management within the IS Project life cycle. This course explores the stages of managing a project, including project initiation, planning, scheduling, implementation and control, using quantitative and qualitative methods. Project integration, scope, time cost, quality, human resource, communication, risk and procurement management are the major areas of emphasis in the curriculum.