|The Master of Science in Information Science (MSIS) program at Penn State is designed for professionals who have an interest in the design and management of information systems and seek a graduate degree through part-time study. The program offers a balance of information systems and management theories and emphasizes technical competence, leadership skills, and business expertise.
The program focuses on the following:
- Information and software principles
- System design
- Modern software engineering methodologies
- Information ethics and management
- Computer hardware and software
- The role of emerging information technologies
- The management of information technologies to gain competitive advantage
- Professional Paper
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- Applied Programming Languages
here to view the code for my final project, a FORTRAN program that I wrote.
- Behavioral Science in Business
here to read my paper, Key Team Roles in Software Development.
- Management Information Systems
- Intro to Software Engineering
here to review my team project, CineMac: Software Design for a Cinema Ticketing System. Thanks to my team members, Carol and Matt.
- Computer ArchitectureClick
here to review my team project, A Comparison of the Pentium Family of Processors. Thanks to my team members, Brian and Matt.
- Management of ISClick
here to read my paper, Organizing and Using Customer Data. Thanks to my team member, Tony.
- Data Structures and AlgorithmsClick
here to review the code for my labs.
here to review my team project, Matrix Multiplication Programming in C and Pascal. Thanks to my team, Don, Matthew, and Richard.
- Statistical Analysis for Managerial Decision MakingClick
here to review my project, Analysis of Variance for a Set of Interactive Museum Exhibits.
- Business Environment
here to read my paper, A Discussion of the Rights of Employers and Employees Relative to Employee Privacy and Email.
- Communication Skills in Business