Master of Science in Cybersecurity & Information Systems with a major in software management
University of Detroit Mercy's Master of Science in Computer & Information Systems is an opportunity for you to advance your career and shine as an information technology leader.
The curriculum conveys comprehensive professional knowledge and best practices with regard to IT work. Its content is derived from and fully conforms with recommendations for programs of this type established by the Association for Computer Machinery (ACM) and the Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). It offers the most up-to-date, industry based, knowledge of best practices in IT process development, leadership and program management.
Specific knowledge areas include: IT portfolio and project management, system requirements elicitation and specification, comprehensive program construction concepts, assurance and business alignment processes and information assurance, audit and control. Upon graduation students will be able to create and oversee productive and continuously improving management control infrastructures for large, complex and diverse businesses.
Upon graduation you will be able to create and oversee productive and continuously improving management control infrastructures for large, complex and diverse businesses.
Course Tuition & Fees*
Students taking courses online realize a substantial cost savings. Please click here for the fee and tuition schedule for online programs.
*Note: Online only students are not eligible to take classes at the McNichols Campus. Students who elect their course of study at the McNichols campus are not eligible to take classes online at the discounted rate.