Curriculum

An internship (MIS 6250) is required in the early part of one’s academic program. The internship requirement can be waived if an alternative is approved by the M-MIS Advisor. siness Intelligence & Data Miningcurriculum was developed with two strategic goals:

  1. Provide students with analytical-focused information systems knowledge and a complementary business acumen to enhance corporate leadership and problem solving.
  2. Support the Huntsman four pillars of excellence – Ethical Leadership, Global Vision, Analytical Rigor and Entrepreneurial Spirit.

PROGRAM Course REQUIREMENT: 33 CREDIT HOURS (21 REQUIRED + 12 ELECTIVE)

REQUIRED COURSES (21 CREDIT HOURS):

Each MIS course listed below is a three-credit hour course.

MIS 6230 – Management of Database Systems
MIS 5300 – Data Communications
MIS 6610 – MIS Strategy
MIS 6900 – IS Development
MIS 6330 – Database Implementation

One of the following:

MIS 6650 – PHP
MIS 5050 – Asp.net

One of the following:

MIS 5150 – Data Visualization & Dashboards
MIS 6110b – Advanced Business Analytics Using Distributed Computing (Hadoop+)
MIS 6110c – Advanced Business Intelligence & Data Mining
MIS 6330 – Database Implementation (Oracle)
MIS 6860/861 – Business Intellegence & Analytics

ELECTIVES (12 CREDIT HOURS)

MIS 5050 – Asp.net
MIS 5150 – Data Visualization & Dashboards
MIS 5700 – E-commerce
MIS 6110b – Advanced Business Analytics Using Distributed Computing (Hadoop+)
MIS 6110c – Advanced Business Intelligence & Data Mining
MIS 6650 – PHP
MIS 6800 – Security
MIS 6860/6861 – Business Intellegence & Analytics

No more than two of the following:

MIS 6250 – Internship

An internship (MIS 6250) is required in the early part of one’s academic program. The internship requirement can be waived if an alternative is approved by the M-MIS Advisor.

MIS 6950 – Independent Readings

Other approved 6XXX-level courses

Detailed curriculum information may be found in the PDF checklist document.