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Today’s employers increasingly seek information technology (IT) professionals with both the management and advanced technology skills required to help their organizations grow and thrive. Read more

Today’s employers increasingly seek information technology (IT) professionals with both the management and advanced technology skills required to help their organizations grow and thrive.

Walden University’s online Master of Information Systems Management program integrates core business and management principles with the advanced technology training you need to compete for in-demand careers in this field.

Designed with input from IT industry leaders and employers, this program will prepare you to evaluate and allocate IT resources effectively; design and manage systems to meet key organizational objectives; and lead IT initiatives and teams across functional areas in diverse organizations.

Recently redesigned to help you gain highly marketable skills more quickly and affordably, the Master of Information Systems Management program enables you to earn a Graduate Certificate in Information Systems after completing your first four courses.

Learning Outcomes

Graduates of Walden’s MISM program will be prepared to:

  1. Design appropriate software system structures in response to application needs, organizational environment, and technical ecology.
  2. Make appropriate design choices based on system, service, and business process needs.
  3. Analyze social, legal, ethical, and professional issues in business and technical decision making.
  4. Employ best communication practices with business partners, users, customers, and third-party providers.
  5. Use sound evaluation practices to select appropriately among competing technologies and technical approaches.
  6. Manage business processes through analysis, design, and optimization in response to organizational needs.

National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education

 Walden has been recognized as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education.

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A Range of Career Options

The Master of Information Systems Management program can help prepare you for management or senior-level positions in these areas:

  • Information systems strategy
  • Applications development
  • Business consulting
  • Data administration
  • Quality assurance
  • Internet and e-commerce
  • Networking
  • Operations
  • Security
  • Software development
  • Technical services


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Program Overview. Study online or in class. . The program is targeted towards both working professionals and post- baccalaureate students seeking to develop administrative and analytical skills with a global comparative perspective. Read more

Program Overview

Study online or in class. 

The program is targeted towards both working professionals and post- baccalaureate students seeking to develop administrative and analytical skills with a global comparative perspective.

Students who are enrolled full-time typically complete the degree in 21-24 months. Part-time students may take a longer period of time to complete the program’s 39 credits.


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Why Study Global Public Administration?

Globalization and the increasing complexities of today’s interconnected world challenge the traditional functions and boundaries of government. There is a growing call to rethink the way public administration education is provided to appropriately train future generations of public administrators, analysts, and scholars.

The urgency of global issues calls for incorporating a global perspective in the design of courses within the public administration curriculum, including:

  • questioning the relevance of existing theories when applied to global settings
  • using international case examples
  • introducing comparative global research


Learning Outcomes

Public Administration education with a global perspective will:

  • enhance students' capacity for analyzing and managing public policy problems
  • raise students' awareness of global issues, particularly of global inequity and the role that community engagement and leadership can play in designing policies to address such inequities
  • deepen students’ understanding of American public administration

International students will find the program helpful for career development in their home country, either in government or nonprofit organizations.


Career Opportunities

Graduates will be competitive public administrators, analysts, and scholars in the following careers:

  • leadership in international nongovernmental organizations like the African Leadership Forum, AIDS Action Foundation, Association for the Study of World Refugee Problems, Development Alternative Network, Red Cross/Red Crystal/Red Crescent
  • management of departments and commissions in supranational organizations like the United Nations or the World Health Organization
  • service within nonprofits and federal, state, and municipal executive branch departments with strong international orientations

International students will find the program helpful for career development in their home country, either in government or nonprofit organizations

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Accolades and Strengths

Pioneering and Distinctive

The McCormack Graduate School of Policy and Global Studies at UMass Boston offers the only Global Comparative Public Administration in New England.

High-quality and Affordable

U.S. News and World Report named our Global Comparative Public Administration Program as a 2017 Best Online Business Program (non-MBA). In 2016, they ranked our public administration programs #77 in the top 100 in its category. It is ranked #2 among public universities in New England. Learn more about UMass Boston rankings from U.S. News and World Report

According to College Affordability Guide, our public administration programs are ranked the most affordable in New England and in the top 50 nationwide.

Using information from the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM) as its guide, BestValueSchools.com published its 2015 list of the 50 Most Innovative Public Service Schools in the United States. Noting the public service mission of the John W. McCormack Graduate School of Policy and Global Studies, the list ranks UMass Boston 29th.

Values-Driven and Impactful

At UMass Boston, we focus our teaching, research, and service on equity, community engagement, and serving underrepresented populations.

With an emphasis on social and economic justice and effective and innovative governance, the McCormack Graduate School’s public administration programs have an international reputation for values-driven research, award-winning interdisciplinary education, and services that impacts local and global communities.

Graduate Studies in Boston

UMass Boston’s beautiful waterfront campus is located in a leading city with a high density of world-renowned colleges and universities. New England’s premier urban public research university offers its diverse students an intimate learning environment and the rich experiences of a city known for ideas, politics, history, and transformation.

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The University of San Francisco offers a unique master’s degree in Museum Studies where students prepare for leadership positions in artistic, cultural, and heritage organizations that operate in a constantly changing social dynamic. Read more

The University of San Francisco offers a unique master’s degree in Museum Studies where students prepare for leadership positions in artistic, cultural, and heritage organizations that operate in a constantly changing social dynamic.

Our sixteen-month curriculum is flexible, providing students with the comprehensive knowledge and hands-on experience to assume a variety of roles within cultural, artistic, and heritage organizations.

You can find more information on our website

Master of Arts in Museum Studies

The program prepares students for positions of leadership in artistic, cultural, educational and heritage organizations and for long-term professional growth.

The curriculum consists of core seminars, hands-on practical, one-on-one advising and mentoring, electives tailored to students' interests and a full-time summer internship in an institution of the student's choice.

Program Learning Outcomes

Students will:

  • Articulate a critical understanding of the histories, challenges and methodologies related to museums as complex public service organizations
  • Analyze institutional practices in light of USF’s mission of social justice
  • Apply skills and knowledge essential for successful professional patterns of behavior and practice in all types of museums and like organizations

Internships

The 300-hour formal internship is central to the professional training our program offers. We encourage students to intern at one of the Bay Area’s many renowned cultural institutions but also welcome them to intern at museums nationwide. Students must enroll in an internship course but can accrue their required internship hours throughout the duration of the program.

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The San Francisco Advantage

USF’s campus — situated in the center of the city — is within walking distance to the de Young Museum and the California Academy of Sciences in Golden Gate Park, a short bus ride to SFMOMA and the Asian Art Museum, or an easy drive to world-class institutions in Berkeley, Oakland, Palo Alto, and San Jose.



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The MBA in Management of Information Technology program is designed to meet the emerging market demand for IT management professionals. Read more
The MBA in Management of Information Technology program is designed to meet the emerging market demand for IT management professionals. Students must complete a total of 15 courses, including seven MBA core courses, two elective courses and six IT courses. The MBA program with a concentration in Management of Information Technology may be completed in two semesters and one summer session.

Recent trends in technology have increased the demand for information technology professionals. The Management of Information Technology program emphasizes management of information systems, database management, communications networks, project management, electronic commerce, systems analysis and design. Students will be prepared for positions in the management of international corporations and other enterprises that relate to electronic commerce, information security, system integration and the strategic use of digital and electronic technology in business.

About the Course

This specialized MBA program is designed to meet the emerging market demand for IT management professionals. Students must complete a total of 15 courses including 6 concentrated IT courses. The 45 credit program leading to the MBA degree in Management of Information Technology may be completed in a minimum of 15 months. Students may transfer from one campus to the other and complete their degree requirements. Students with bachelor’s degrees in other fields may need to complete MBA preparatory courses. This program may also be completed online.

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Walden’s online master’s in information technology program is designed to help you progressively build a 21st-century IT career—from the foundational skills required to enter the field to the specialized expertise needed for senior-level IT positions. Read more

Walden’s online master’s in information technology program is designed to help you progressively build a 21st-century IT career—from the foundational skills required to enter the field to the specialized expertise needed for senior-level IT positions.

Designed with input from IT industry leaders and employers, the online master’s in IT program offers core courses to help you develop essential programming, networking, and database management and development skills. After completing these core courses, you can then pursue one of five specializations that provide the advanced training required for senior positions in the in-demand fields of health informatics, cyber security, big data analytics, information systems, or software engineering.

Throughout the IT master’s program, virtual labs, hands-on applications, and the use of real-time analytics and business intelligence platforms help you gain the practical, real-world skills demanded by today’s employers.

Recently redesigned to help you gain highly marketable skills more quickly and affordably, the online master’s in information technology program enables you to earn a Graduate Certificate in Information Systems upon completing your first four courses.*

Center of Excellence

 Walden has been recognized as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education.

Learning Outcomes

Graduates of this program will be prepared to:

  1. Apply core information technology principles and practices.
  2. Apply best software engineering principles and practices to develop and maintain stable, secure, scalable, and maintainable software.
  3. Work in geographically dispersed teams to produce effective solutions to complex information technology problems.
  4. Recommend appropriate information technology solutions based on organizational needs and an evaluation of alternatives.
  5. Identify and discuss professional, individual, organizational, societal, and regulatory implications of information systems and technology.
  6. Select technologies, policies, and procedures to assure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information and IT systems.

*To receive the Graduate Certificate in Information Systems, you must satisfactorily complete ITEC 6111, ITEC 6115, ITEC 6145, and ITEC 6030 and apply for the certificate, which is awarded at no additional cost.

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MS in Information Technology Degree Specializations

Walden’s MS in Information Technology program offers a variety of specializations to help you meet your personal and professional goals.

Career options

Rapid advancements in technologies, new business opportunities for leveraging technology applications, and the anticipated retirement of many senior-level information technology professionals are factors contributing to the growing demand for technology talent. Employment of computer and system administrators, computer system analysts, and computer information systems managers is expected to grow by 25% from 2008 to 2018, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

The MS in Information Technology can help you prepare for senior-level or leadership positions in big data analytics, engineering, programming, security, and systems architecture, including positions in:

Big data analytics

  • Business analytics specialist
  • Data analyst
  • Data scientist
  • Data visualization developer
  • Information security analyst
  • IT analyst
  • IT manager
  • Network administrator
  • Project manager
  • Software developer
  • System architect
  • Web developer

Computer software engineering

  • Computer software engineer, applications
  • Computer software engineer, systems software
  • Database designer/architect

Information technology security

  • Information technology security analyst
  • Network security analyst
  • Information technology business analyst
  • Technology risk manager

Network/systems administration

  • Computer programmer
  • Database programmer
  • Application programmer
  • Systems programmer

Learn more about the career outlook for graduates with a MS in Information Technology



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