Masters in Information Systems 

Completed in 2012

The Master of Information Systems (MIS) program provides the knowledge to successfully apply information systems theory and principles to address real world business opportunities and challenges to meet the needs of today’s information economy. Under the guidance of practitioner faculty, the graduate student will use innovative digital materials to understand the development and management of business systems within the organization, to understand and apply the principles of systems analysis and design, to analyze and evaluate emerging information technologies, and to create project, risk, and information systems strategic plans.

Masters in Information Systems Coursework

  • IT Organizational Behavior
  • Business Systems I
  • Business Systems II
  • IT Infrastructure
  • Systems Analysis and Development
  • Enterprise Models
  • Emerging Technologies & Issues
  • Database Management
  • CIS Project Management
  • CIS Strategic Planning
  • Security & Ethics
  • IS Integration
  • Information Systems Concepts
  • Programming Concepts


Masters in Business Administration

Completed in 2010

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) program prepares students in the functional areas of business allowing them to developmanagerial skills necessary to be effective in a rapidly changing businessenvironment. The program is based on current research of managerialcompetencies and graduate business standards as tested by existing national standardized graduate business examinations. In addition to the University of Phoenix learning goals, the MBA programprepares students to: Demonstrate the knowledge and skills needed to identify and solveorganizational problems using a systematic decision-making approach. Demonstrate the knowledge and skills needed to manage, develop,and motivate personnel to meet changing organizational needs in a globalbusiness environment. Apply critical analysis of alternatives under conditions of uncertainty. Develop awareness of their own values and the effect of thosevalues on organizational decision making. Assess whether an organization

Masters in Business Administration Coursework

  • Accounting
  • Economics
  • Corporate Finance
  • Human Capital Management
  • Business Law
  • Organizational Leadership
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Operations Management
  • Applied Business Research and Statistics
  • Quantitative Reasoning for Business
  • Strategic Planning and Implementation


Bachelors in Business Management

Completed in 2008

The Bachelor of Science in Business/Management (BSB/M) program concentrates on managing human and fiscal resources within the structure, culture, and missions of any organization. The Major stresses skill development in the areas of performance systems, employment law, public relations, financial analysis, global business strategies, and utilization of research findings.

  • Computer and Information Processing
  • E-Business
  • Economics for Business I
  • Financial Analysis for Managers I
  • Financial Analysis for Managers II
  • Skills For Professional Development
  • Interdisciplinary Capstone Course
  • Management: Theory, Practice, and Application
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Critical Thinking: Strategies in Decision Making
  • Human Resources Management
  • Employment Law
  • Global Business Strategies
  • Quality Management and Productivity
  • Marketing
  • Public Relations
  • Research and Evaluation I
  • Research and Evaluation II

Associates in Computer Science

Completed in 2001

The Associate of Science Degree in Computer Science (A.S.-C.S.) developed an understanding of programming, software design and database management systems, web development, network protocols and how the Internet works. Additionally,I become knowledgeable in college-level mathematics and enhanced my command of critical thinking, ethical principles and social responsibility. The program provided preparation for entry level positions in the computing industry.

Associate of Applied Science Degree in Computer Programming Coursework

  • Java C++
  • Computer theory CSS, PHP or HTML
  • Math Database management
  • Programming concepts
  • Web publishing
  • Operating systems

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