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MBA with Computer Information Systems Emphasis

The Flex MBA with an emphasis in Computer Information Systems is designed to give students the opportunity to study how technology is changing the way businesses operate and how to harness the power of technology in various business management settings. This is a 45-credit hour program consisting of the following:

TIER I - 9 CREDIT HOURS
BA 5351 Organizational Performance and Competitive Advantage
BA 5352 Developing the Financial Perspective of the Firm
BA 5353 Understanding and Analyzing Organizational Problems
TIER II - 30 CREDIT HOURS
ACC 5361 Accounting Analysis for Managerial Decision Making
CIS 5318 Information Technology in the Digital Economy
CIS 5358 IT Systems Project Management
CIS 5368 Information Security
ECO 5316 Managerial Economics
FIN 5387 Managerial Finance
MGT 5313 Strategic Management
MGT 5314 Organizational Behavior and Theory
MKT 5321 Marketing Management
QMST 5334 Advanced Statistical Methods for Business
GRADUATE ELECTIVES - SELECT 6 HOURS FROM THE FOLLOWING:
CIS 5355 Database Management Systems
CIS 5356 Business Telecommunications
CIS 5360 E-Commerce: Strategies, Technologies, and Applications
CIS 5364 Data Warehousing and Mining
CIS 5370 Enterprise Resource Planning
CIS 5390A Special Topics in CIS-Business Process Modeling
CIS 5390B Special Topics in CIS-Business Intelligence

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