Systems Design Graduate Degree Course

MSIS 657 Core Course – Information Systems Development Class

The MSIS 657 Systems Design MSIS graduate degree course is a rigorous study of the development of information systems including specification, design, implementation, and testing. Both managerial and technological aspects of systems design and implementation are considered.

During the MSIS Systems Design course the process of planning for change, system audits, and post-implementation reviews are covered. The course's emphasis is on total systems solutions rather than one off software solutions alone. Students will also participate in team projects to help them acquire the knowledge and skills required to develop a physical design and implement an operational system from a logical design.

Through the Information Systems Design class MSIS graduate students will gain knowledge on how to develop modules using the most current programming languages as well as the ability to utilize the theories of data structures and programming language design. Students enrolled in the Systems Design graduate course will learn the planning, analysis, design and implementation process of computer-based information systems. The Systems Design course will focus on the methodologies and procedures used in organizational problem solving and systems development.

Interested in enrolling in the Systems Design Master’s degree course? Contact Marist today to learn more about earning your Information Systems and Technology Management degree through the MSIS degree program. All Master’s in Information Systems degree courses are available online or on campus, allowing students to earn their degree which still pursing their career.

Prerequisite: MSIS 647 Information Analysis. Fall and spring semesters.

Systems Design Graduate Degree Course - Credits Earned (3 credits)

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