Computer Concepts & Software Systems Master’s Degree Course

MSIS 507 ITM Course – Computer Systems, Programming and Software Development Class

The 507 ITM Computer Concepts and Software Systems graduate degree course through Marist College is an introduction to the functional organization of computer systems, including both hardware and software components. Students enrolled in the Computer Concepts and Software Systems class have the flexibility of taking the course online or on-campus, allowing for students to pursue their career and education simultaneously. During the duration of the course students will become more effective programmers and software developers while gaining a complete understanding of how computer systems execute programs and manipulate data.

Through the Computer Concepts and Software Systems course the role of operating systems in directing and controlling the different software systems resources is examined in detail. Students will experience hands-on learning and experimentation including dealing with issues of programming, debugging, performance, portability, and robustness. The Computer Concepts and Software Systems MSIS graduate degree course is offered during fall and spring semesters.

Marist College offers a full online or on-campus Information Technology Master’s degree. Contact us to learn more about enrolling the Computer Concepts and Software Systems graduate degree course and applying to earn your Information Technology Management Master’s degree.

Computer Concepts & Software Systems Graduate Degree Course - Credits Earned (3 credits)

 

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