The Master of Science in computer information systems at Grand Valley State University is designed to help computing professionals expand their knowledge and opportunities for advancement in the field.
The computer information systems graduate program is a hybrid of computer science and information systems, and incorporates topics from both disciplines, providing flexibility in tailoring a graduate degree.
The M.S. in computer information systems curriculum includes two content areas for depth of study, electives for breadth, and a capstone project or thesis. Specialization in content areas including:
Job opportunities in the computing and information technology industry are growing rapidly. The U.S. Department of Labor projects six of the fastest growing occupations for 2004-2014 are in computing. These include:
Computing professionals who want to take their expertise or career to the next level can take advantage of Grand Valley's highly-credentialed and well-connected faculty.
“I enjoy working with my students. Grand Valley gives me a chance to make a difference in my students' lives and open their minds to concepts and approaches that are new to them.”