- Course Information
- Internship Program
- MSITM - Information Technology Management Concentration
- MSITM - Business Analytics Concentration
- Program Information
Overview of Course Information
- Our MSITM program offers a wide variety of course from analytics and security to project management and mobile apps for business
- The MSITM program requires students to take a minimum of 11 courses (33 credits) to complete this degree, not including any of the 4 foundation courses (12 credits) required for students with non-MIS undergraduate degrees
- Student can choose from two business concentrations: MSITM with Concentration in Information Technology Management and MSITM with Concentration in Business Analytics
- Additional details about program courses can be found in the following documents:
MSITM Course List
- While all MSITM students with a business concentration must take a minimum of 11 courses
(33 credits) in order to complete the degree, the specific courses required vary depending
on the concentration chosen
- Visit the MSITM with Concentration in Information Technology Management page for more information on the courses required for this concentration
- Visit the MSITM with Concentration in Business Analytics for more information on the courses required for this concentration
Technology Tools Used
- Interested in learning more about the tools/software/programs we use in the MSITM courses?
- Check out our Course Tool List Document to view a list of all the tools/software/programs we use in our MIS Courses
Course Spotlight Videos
- Interested in learning more about a specific Management Information Systems & Operations Management Course?
- Check out our course spotlight videos page and get an inside look into what goes on in each of our courses
Recommended Course Order
- Students are generally advised to take GEB 6215 during their first semester in the program either before or concurrently with other ISM courses, as GEB 6215 requires you to complete integrated assignments in your other ISM courses. Please contact your Graduate Advisor in the College of Business to discuss more about GEB integration and how to create your Plan of Study (POS) .
- In the Fall and Spring semesters, courses are offered during 16-week terms; we do not offer 8-week courses in the Fall and Spring at this time. In the Summer semesters, courses are generally offering during a 12-weeks term and course offerings are limited.
- The courses in the Traditional MSITM program are offered in-person in a traditional format. In-person ISM courses are usually offered either in the day or in the evenings while in-person Computer Science courses are usually offered during the day.
- Please check the FAU Course Schedule when planning your classes, and also work with your Graduate Advisor to create your Plan of Study (POS).