Information Analysis Master’s Degree Course

MSIS 647 Core Course – Analytical Tools and Information Systems Data Analysis Class

The MSIS 647 Information Analysis graduate degree course is an examination of the strategies for developing information systems including a study of the systems development life cycle for managing application development. The Information Analysis course is available through our on-campus or online course curriculum, allowing students to create a flexible schedule while earning their Information Systems Master’s degree.

During the duration of the Information Analysis graduate degree course, group dynamics and individual behavior in the development process are explored. Techniques for gathering and evaluating information requirements, methods for analyzing requirements, and the development of general logical design are examined and employed in major team exercises using real clients or online case studies.

The analysis of complex data plays a critical role in research business and government. MSIS graduate students enrolled in the Information Analysis class will gain the knowledge on how to use powerful analytical tools, to uncover the meaning behind complex data sets.

The Master’s in Science and Information Systems Information Analysis graduate degree course provides students with practical skills and analytical tools for approaching challenging information systems data analysis problems. Skills and knowledge acquired in this graduate-level course are increasingly important in the various professional job markets.

Contact Marist to learn more about enrolling in the Information Analysis course and earning your Master’s of Science in Information Systems graduate degree. The entire MSIS degree is available through our online or on-campus curriculum, allowing students a flexible platform for earning their Master’s degree while still pursuing their career.

Information Analysis Graduate Degree Course - Credits Earned (3 credits)