Brescia University Announces Master of Science in Information Systems Degree

Brescia University is pleased to announce the plan to offer a Master of Science in Information Systems degree. This new program will start Fall 2024 completely online, pending approval the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) and Council on Postsecondary Education (CPE).

“Graduates will be able to adapt to the rapidly evolving technological landscape by engaging in continuous learning and professional development, staying current with emerging trends and best practices in the field of information systems,” stated Master of Science in Information Systems Program Director, Dr. Jonathan Abramson.

The Master of Science in Information Systems, or MSIS, online degree is structured to accommodate the needs of working professionals and those seeking a high-quality, engaging learning experience in a flexible format. The core curriculum consists of six foundational courses that cover key concepts and principles in information systems. Students can further specialize in one of three concentrations: Information Security, Data Analytics, or Artificial Intelligence, each consisting of three courses tailored to develop in-depth expertise in the chosen area.

Shanda LaRue, Executive Director of Operations for BUonline and Transfer Center said of the new program, “Brescia University is excited to play a role in providing remote pathways for students to complete their Master of Science in Information Systems while balancing family and work responsibilities. The MSIS pathway will assist students in contributing to the rapidly evolving world of technology and Artificial Intelligence.”

To learn more about the MSIS Program, visit http://nq.h-searchandcounseling.net/program/master-of-science-in-information-systems/.

For more information on the Master of Science in Information Systems, contact please contact [email protected] or call 270-686-4353.

*Pending Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) and Council on Postsecondary Education (CPE) approval.