Utilizing a new format that allows students to attend class on campus, tune in live virtually, or watch recorded sessions post class-time, Le Moyne is introducing a reconfigured Masters of Science Information System program beginning with the summer 2021 semester.
The program will be offered on either a full-time or part-time basis. Among the features of the program:
- The ability to apply robotic process automation, machine learning and enterprise and cloud systems administration to current and future business settings, case studies and hands-on projects with the local and global community linking service, leadership, sustainability and technology, and
- Opportunities to engage in cutting edge research projects exploring the use of unmanned aerial systems in global logistics and supply systems, augmented reality for safe ship navigation, and predictive analytics for performance evaluation in large-scale systems.
"These recent changes have significantly strengthened this highly successful program,” said Shin-Jeng Lin, Ph.D., director of the MS Information System Program. “Employers have told us repeatedly that they are in need of individuals with the skills that are developed through this program. The flexible nature of the program will provide more students with the opportunity to complete their masters degree in a format and timeline that fits their schedule."
Applications are due on May 15 for Summer 2021 & Fall 2021. To learn more, click here or contact the Office of Graduate Admission at 315-445-4223 or email@example.com.