This certificate program covers: Key software engineering principles, methods and frameworks, including process models, agile and lean principles, project and risk management, estimation, modeling, system and software architecture, design patterns, and quality systems. Hands-on experience in managing database systems as an essential organizational resource.
Our webpages are being edited to include our new name. The new pages are here. Please update any bookmarks you may have set. Degree Program Requirements The program requires 33 hours of coursework and may be taken either full-time or part-time.
Full-time students who already have taken all required prerequisites may be able to complete the program in one full year 3 semesters of study. Early in the first semester, a student and the program advisor will work together to complete a formal Program of Study that will define a coherent sequence of courses to satisfy the student's objectives.
A student may have the option to complete a Master's Thesis or a Practicum project, depending upon the availability and approval of a faculty sponsor. Technical Core 12 credits The following four courses provide a solid understanding of state-of-the-art research and practice in technical areas of Information Systems.
ISM 3 credits - Advanced Systems Analysis and Design Students learn to manage and perform activities throughout an information systems development life cycle, from the analysis of system requirements through system design to system implementation and operation.
Advanced system development processes, methods, and tools are presented. This course is continually revised to include the latest theories and tools. A group project using advanced CASE tools is an integral portion of the course. ISM 3 credits - Advanced Database Administration Advanced practice and research in database systems, to include entity-relationship modeling, relational databases, object-oriented databases, performance issues, and management of the database administration DBA function.
State-of-the-art database systems will be used for individual and group projects. ISM 3 credits - Distributed Information Systems Students learn technological as well as managerial aspects of telecommunication systems and distributed systems.
Important topics covered include telecommunications fundamentals, voice and data communications, local and wide area networks, Internet, wireless technologies, and distributed systems. ISM 3 credits — Operations and Supply Chain Processes Students learn several aspects of Operations management, a discipline in business concerned with managing the transformation of inputs into outputs, with a special emphasis on business processes and business process improvement.
Capstone Course 3 credits ISM 3 credits — Enterprise Information Systems Management An advanced study of information system management to include system planning, project selection, project management, and organizational information management policies.
Elective available within the department are as follows:Modelling Operational Risk using Actuarial Methods Marcus Larneback This is a thesis for the degree of Master of Science in Mathematical Statistics.
Supervisor: Kaj Nyström Examiner: Peter Anton. Modelling operational risk using actuarial methods Marcus Larneback Master Thesis Department of Mathematical Statistics Ume˚a University.
A certificate in the areas of Biomedical Informatics, Database Management, Distributed Computing, Information Systems Management, Software Design and Development, or Software Engineering is awarded to a student who completes a content area. Open Master's Thesis Positions Main content On this page you will find a selection of possible Master Thesis opportunities, some notified to us directly by the research groups of MEST Tutors and some listed on the SiROP database.
risk-based software tester can choose the categories of interest from this structured risk profile, explore the mobile application under test, and create more powerful tests designed to detect potential failures.
Thesis Option The master's thesis option requires six credits of ISM , which count as six of the 18 MIS elective credits. The thesis must make a well-defined contribution to research and development in an area of Information Systems.
While the Department of Computer Science offers both the Master of Science in Computer Science and the Master of Science in Software Engineering degrees, students are not permitted to pursue both degrees.
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