Course Requirements​

Introductory Courses

Introductory course requirements for this concentration should be completed before pursuing advanced courses.

Foundation Courses

Advanced Courses

Major Elective Courses

At least 1 of the Major or Open electives must be 500-level or above

CDM Open Elective Courses

Students must complete 1 CDM Open Elective Course chosen from either IS concentration courses from any IS concentration or other courses meeting the following rules:

  • Any CDM course in the 421-699 range qualifies, with the exception of ANI, DC, DMA, TV and VFX courses, which do not qualify. 

Credit for courses taken outside of CDM will only be given if approved by a faculty advisor.

Capstone 

IS 400

INTRODUCTION TO IS MANAGEMENT SEMINAR

This one-credit seminar examines the concepts of information and technology management and career options in this field. Students will assess their own interests and skill requirements for various careers. They will also analyze the impacts of IS trends and emerging technologies on their career choices. All new IS master's students are required to take this seminar as the first course. PREREQUISITE(S): None
Prerequisites:
CDM graduate students in the Preqrequisite Phase are restricted from registering for this class.

ECT 582

SECURE ELECTRONIC COMMERCE

This course studies security requirements, threat modeling, and appropriate safeguards for e-commerce systems. Major topics include web application security, web service security, and web server security. PREREQUISITE(S): ECT 424
Prerequisites:
CDM graduate students in the Preqrequisite Phase are restricted from registering for this class.

HCI 406

WEB SITE DESIGN FOR HCI

Web design introduced in a user-centered context. Application of visual design principles and common design patterns for web sites and mobile interfaces. Page markup using HTML and CSS addressing responsive web design, accessibility, and search engine optimization. PREREQUISITE(S): None
Prerequisites:
CDM graduate students in the Preqrequisite Phase are restricted from registering for this class.

IT 403

STATISTICS AND DATA ANALYSIS

Introduction to univariate data analysis methods. Descriptive statistics and data visualization methods. Overview of sampling techniques for data collection, and introduction to statistical inference methods for decision making including simple linear regression, estimation procedures using confidence intervals and hypothesis testing. PREREQUISITE(S): None
Prerequisites:
CDM graduate students in the Preqrequisite Phase are restricted from registering for this class.