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  • KSI Graduate School - CIS
    International Practicum Faculty Course Catalog Calendar Schedules Course Schedule Academic Calendar Event List Student Achievement Assessment Administration Human Resources Professional Development Policies Employment Opportunities Institute Leadership Founder s Words Board of Directors Institute Resources Facilities Tech Support Research Arts Library About Catalog Online Database eBooks Periodicals Industry News Ask Away Library Policy Reference Research Research Profiles MS Projects Archive Conferences Scholarship Research Fund Digital Media Lab Gallery Artists in Residence Digital Media Profiles Academic CIS Department Concentrations CIS CIS Computer and Information Sciences The Master of Science Degree program in Computer and Information Sciences CIS provides students with the advanced knowledge and skills necessary to understand design and use modern computer based systems It fosters innovative thinking and encourages new approaches to solving business and technological problems through the use of information technology IT Students will gain the expertise needed to meet the demands of the rapidly growing and changing information industry Students are also exposed to ethical considerations in contemporary technological settings Graduates can begin an IT career advance in IT if they already have an IT career or prepare for future advanced studies in computer science Degree Requirements The MS degree in Computer and Information Sciences requires a minimum of 27 graduate level credit hours of coursework 9 courses a nine 9 graduate level credit hour 3 courses individual research project and a Comprehensive Examination Prerequisite Courses if required CIS321 Computer Languages CIS331 Database Programming CIS340 Operating Systems or CIS341 UNIX CIS370 Introduction to Computer Networks Required Core Courses BA531 Data Mining CIS501 Information System Design CIS502 Database Management Systems CIS503 Theory of Computation CIS504 Programming Languages CIS510 Software Project Management Area Courses Three 3 courses from the following list BA501 Management Information Systems BA511 Statistics CIS506 Advanced Operating Systems CIS507 Principles of Computer Networks CIS508 Database Network

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  • KSI Graduate School - MIS
    Policy Reference Research Research Profiles MS Projects Archive Conferences Scholarship Research Fund Digital Media Lab Gallery Artists in Residence Digital Media Profiles Academic CIS Department Concentrations MIS MIS Area of concentration in Management Information Systems The Master of Science Degree with an area of concentration in Management Information Systems is designed for individuals seeking executive positions with responsibilities for achieving competitive advantage through the effective integration of information technology into organizations Strategic advantages in the internet age have been developed in adoption of a new paradigm for organizing businesses In this new paradigm core competencies of information technology IT management and knowledge management capabilities could determine winners and losers in global electronic markets which results in a growing need for managers at all levels in all functional areas of an organization to be conversant with strategies and tactics for managing the use of information technology This MIS concentration is designed to fulfill this pressing need and expose students to IT management concepts theory and ethical concerns The courses use an interdisciplinary approach are project and case based and lay a solid foundation in systems analysis and design IT project management enterprise information architecture planning and design evaluation of IT value identification and assessment of opportunities for IT enabled business process re engineering and information systems construction Most MIS graduates will find managerial positions in the information systems departments in organizations and in consulting Degree Requirements The MS Degree in Computer and Information Sciences with a concentration in MIS requires a minimum of 30 graduate level credit hours of coursework 10 courses a nine 9 graduate level credit hour 3 courses individual research project and a Comprehensive Examination Prerequisite Courses if required One out of three BA300 courses must be completed BA301 Principles of Management or BA302 Accounting Principles and Computerized

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  • KSI Graduate School - Knowledge Management
    Academic Calendar Event List Student Achievement Assessment Administration Human Resources Professional Development Policies Employment Opportunities Institute Leadership Founder s Words Board of Directors Institute Resources Facilities Tech Support Research Arts Library About Catalog Online Database eBooks Periodicals Industry News Ask Away Library Policy Reference Research Research Profiles MS Projects Archive Conferences Scholarship Research Fund Digital Media Lab Gallery Artists in Residence Digital Media Profiles Academic CIS Department Concentrations Knowledge Management Knowledge Management Area of Concentration in Knowledge Management The Master of Science Degree with an area of concentration in Knowledge Management is most suitable for people who already have a career in a field other than information technology but now find the need to acquire new IT skills in order to remain technologically competent Since knowledge industry is the wave of the future to acquire the necessary data management and knowledge management skills enables an individual to compete successfully in a demanding job market The program is designed as concentration for individuals who need to acquire actionable insights methodologies and strategies of knowledge management to enhance knowledge transfer and collaboration as a driving principle of organizational success Business processes naturally involve generating knowledge and sharing knowledge to ensure that an organization maximizes the value it achieves through its knowledge base Degree Requirements The MS Degree in Computer and Information Sciences with a concentration in Knowledge Management requires a minimum of 30 graduate level credit hours of coursework 10 courses a nine 9 graduate level credit hour 3 courses individual research project and a Comprehensive Examination Prerequisite Courses if required CIS321 Computer Languages CIS331 Database Programming CIS340 Operating Systems or CIS341 UNIX CIS370 Introduction to Computer Networks Required Core Courses BA501 Management Information Systems BA531 Data Mining BA533 Fundamentals of Knowledge Management BA534 Topics in Knowledge Management CIS502 Database Management Systems

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  • KSI Graduate School - Information Security
    Development Policies Employment Opportunities Institute Leadership Founder s Words Board of Directors Institute Resources Facilities Tech Support Research Arts Library About Catalog Online Database eBooks Periodicals Industry News Ask Away Library Policy Reference Research Research Profiles MS Projects Archive Conferences Scholarship Research Fund Digital Media Lab Gallery Artists in Residence Digital Media Profiles Academic CIS Department Concentrations Information Security Information Security Area of Concentration in Information Security The Master of Science Degree with an area of concentration in Information Security is designed to ensure the confidentiality integrity and availability of computer system components People involved in information security must be able to comprehend and scientifically employ and manage information security concepts principles methods techniques practices and procedures The nature of information security education demands expertise concentrated in areas of information technologies and administrative operations The area of concentration in Information Security is designed to provide an interdisciplinary education combined with a technical background in computer science The program consists of courses on information security management computer network security data protection using encryption techniques and information security assurance Students not only learn how to make an organization s database more secure and how to protect a computer network by a combination of firewalls and encryption techniques but also acquire the important practical knowledge of ISO standards and procedures for assuring an organization s information security Degree Requirements The MS Degree in Computer and Information Sciences with a concentration in Information Security requires a minimum of 30 graduate level credit hours of coursework 10 courses a nine 9 graduate level credit hour 3 courses individual research project and a Comprehensive Examination Prerequisite Courses if required CIS321 Computer Languages CIS331 Database Programming CIS340 Operating Systems or CIS341 UNIX CIS370 Introduction to Computer Networks Required Core Courses BA531 Data Mining CIS501 Information System Design

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  • KSI Graduate School - Computer Networks
    Tech Support Research Arts Library About Catalog Online Database eBooks Periodicals Industry News Ask Away Library Policy Reference Research Research Profiles MS Projects Archive Conferences Scholarship Research Fund Digital Media Lab Gallery Artists in Residence Digital Media Profiles Academic CIS Department Concentrations Computer Networks Computer Networks Area of Concentration in Computer Networks The Master of Science Degree with an area of concentration in Computer Networks is designed for individuals who want to specialize in computer networks and data communications which emphasizes on essential network security concepts secure information transfer and storage risk management and perimeter and internal protection Computer networks have become the driving force in information systems for the knowledge industry Computer networks can be wired or wireless They are the glue that ties the system together This area of concentration enables individuals to find employment in the fast growing fields of computer networks and data communications Degree Requirements The MS Degree in Computer and Information Sciences with a concentration in Computer Networks requires 30 graduate level credit hours of coursework 10 courses a nine 9 graduate level credit hour 3 courses individual research project and a Comprehensive Examination Prerequisite Courses if required CIS321 Computer Languages CIS331 Database Programming

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  • KSI Graduate School - Software Engineering
    Facilities Tech Support Research Arts Library About Catalog Online Database eBooks Periodicals Industry News Ask Away Library Policy Reference Research Research Profiles MS Projects Archive Conferences Scholarship Research Fund Digital Media Lab Gallery Artists in Residence Digital Media Profiles Academic CIS Department Concentrations Software Engineering Software Engineering Area of Concentration in Software Engineering The Master of Science Degree with an area of concentration in Software Engineering is designed for individuals who want to learn the theory and practice of software engineering knowledge engineering and software project management The goal of software engineering is to adapt engineering practices to software development so we can design better software which is characterized by maintainability correctness reusability portability and efficiency Software engineers are in high demand because these are the professionals who can design correct maintainable reusable and portable software products Degree Requirements The MS Degree in Computer and Information Sciences with a concentration in Software Engineering requires a minimum of 30 graduate level credit hours of coursework 10 courses a nine 9 graduate level credit hour 3 courses individual research project and a Comprehensive Examination Prerequisite Courses if required CIS321 Computer Languages CIS331 Database Programming CIS340 Operating Systems or CIS341 UNIX CIS370 Introduction

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  • KSI Graduate School - Graduation Requirement
    Department MS Thesis Comprehensive Exam Internships Domestic Practicum International Practicum Faculty Course Catalog Calendar Schedules Course Schedule Academic Calendar Event List Student Achievement Assessment Administration Human Resources Professional Development Policies Employment Opportunities Institute Leadership Founder s Words Board of Directors Institute Resources Facilities Tech Support Research Arts Library About Catalog Online Database eBooks Periodicals Industry News Ask Away Library Policy Reference Research Research Profiles MS Projects Archive Conferences Scholarship Research Fund Digital Media Lab Gallery Artists in Residence Digital Media Profiles Academic Graduation Requirement Graduation Requirement The Master of Science MS Degree Program in Computer and Information Sciences CIS at Knowledge Systems Institute Graduate School KSI requires a minimum of twenty seven 27 graduate level credit hours of coursework a passing score of the Comprehensive Examination the completion and presentation of the MS Thesis project and if applicable a TOEFL iBT administered online score of 80 or higher After fulfilling the above mentioned graduation requirements the student will be awarded his her diploma at the end of the semester in which s he is currently registered Annually a formal graduation ceremony is held for all graduates in the month of May For information regarding the required coursework for a particular

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  • KSI Graduate School - CIS Department
    Net Price Calculator Internships Academic CIS Department Concentrations CIS MIS Knowledge Management Information Security Computer Networks Software Engineering Graduation Requirement CIS Department MS Thesis Comprehensive Exam Internships Domestic Practicum International Practicum Faculty Course Catalog Calendar Schedules Course Schedule Academic Calendar Event List Student Achievement Assessment Administration Human Resources Professional Development Policies Employment Opportunities Institute Leadership Founder s Words Board of Directors Institute Resources Facilities Tech Support Research Arts Library About Catalog Online Database eBooks Periodicals Industry News Ask Away Library Policy Reference Research Research Profiles MS Projects Archive Conferences Scholarship Research Fund Digital Media Lab Gallery Artists in Residence Digital Media Profiles Academic Graduation Requirement CIS Department CIS Department Over the last thirty years the Computer and Information Sciences CIS Department at Knowledge Systems Institute Graduate School has expanded its areas of concentrations to reflect the needs of businesses and the information industry not only in Chicago and its vicinity but globally From database management and knowledge engineering to cryptography and data mining the institute has kept abreast of movements within the computer and information sciences Our graduates boast of a solid foundation of coursework in their area of choice and the satisfaction of honing their real world skills and

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