MSc Management Information Systems

Harde Masters of Science in Management Information Systems

Develop essential skills required by a wide range of industries both locally and globally

Studying Management Information Systems (MIS) at HARDE prepares graduates for a professional career in the management of information technology systems. The MIS focuses on how technology can be applied to provide relevant business solutions. MIS graduates will develop competency in business-IT and are able to fulfill analyst, system administrator or IT security based roles.

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  • Must be a continuous member throughout enrollment of: Entrepreneurs and Corporate Professionals Learning Community.
  • 500-words personal essay discussing professional goals
  • Proof of High School Diploma or Equivalent copy
  • Bachelors Degree Certificate
  • Bachelors Degree Transcript
  • Photo ID: (one of the following documents must be submitted)
    • Passport
    • ID Copy
    • Birth Certificate

Studying Management Information Systems (MIS) at HARDE prepares graduates for a professional career in the management of information technology systems. The MIS focuses on how technology can be applied to provide relevant business solutions. MIS graduates will develop competency in business-IT and are able to fulfill analyst, system administrator or IT security based roles.

Program Duration: 12 Months
Total Credits: 30 Credits

Course Curriculum

Course No Course Name Total Credits
MIS 707 Information Security Management in a Networked World 3
MIS 710 Information Systems Analysis & Design 3
MIS 719 Business Data Analysis, Communications and Networking 3
MGT 856 Strategic Business Management 3
MIS 773 Enterprise Systems, Data Management & Integration 3
MIS 725 Advanced Data Mining, Business Intelligence and Analytics 1.5
MIS 735 Managing IT Projects & Resources in the Era of Cloud Computing 3
BUS 846 Leadership, Communication & Teamwork 3
ARM 798 Advanced Research Methods 1.5
MIS 799 Thesis – 15,000 Words 6