Program type:


On Campus
Est. time to complete:

2-3 years
Credit Hours:

Develop your business leadership skills.
A Master's in Information Systems and Technologies from UNT offers a comprehensive core curriculum that teaches core business values via experiential and interactive learning.

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Why Earn an Informational Systems and Technology Master's?

The Master of Science in Information Systems & Technologies is a STEM program designed to provide an extensive base of knowledge for using technology for solving organizational problems. With focus areas in cloud computing, cyber security, project management and business analysis, and business intelligence and analytics, we prepare you for a successful career in today’s demanding IT job market.

Marketable Skills
  • Effectively collaborate with business professionals
  • Improve organizations with information systems technologies and applications
  • Support business decision-makers with technology applications
  • Create/implement complex information systems
  • Apply knowledge to business situations in the information systems profession

Informational Systems & Technology Master's Highlights

Master’s in information systems and technologies program ranked 87th for affordability in the nation by
The G. Brint Ryan College of Business ranked 9th in Texas and 61st in the South by
UNT’s proximity opens up a wealth of career, networking and internship opportunities. UNT is nestled in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, home to the nation’s fourth largest concentration of Fortune 500 companies.
The ITDS Corporate Partners Program is about providing an outstanding, relevant curriculum for students in our Information Technology, Business Analytics, and Decision Sciences degree programs, by bringing together the knowledge, expertise, and resources of our faculty and Corporate Partners.
The ITDS department has 26 research and teaching faculty whose mission is to conduct cutting edge research and prepare the next generation of information systems, management science, and business analytics professionals.
The G. Brint Ryan College of Business is one of the largest business schools in the nation and contributes to the economic development of the region. Top-ranked programs include the nationally recognized logistics and supply chain management program and online M.B.A.

Career Outlook

Career possibilities include:

  • Cloud developer/architect
  • Business analyst
  • System analyst
  • IT security analyst
  • Project manager
  • Business intelligence engineer
  • Data analyst

Average Salary:

$70,000 - $120,000

* MSIS is a new degree, hence we currently do not have average salaries to report. However, the careers listed above have a starting annual salary in this range.

Informational Systems & Technology Master's Courses You Could Take

Information Systems Development (3 hrs)
Foundations of business information systems analysis and design. Concentration on contemporary design methodologies and computer-aided software engineering techniques. Topics include strategic information systems planning, requirements analysis, user interface design, data design, process design, system testing, ethics and system audit ability, control and security.
Foundations of Database Management Systems (3 hrs)
Introduction to database and database management systems technology within the framework of a business environment. Topics include the study of analysis, design, development and implementation of database-oriented file organizations in business applications.
Strategic Use of Information Technology (3 hrs)
Provides an overview and understanding of the issues involved in the strategic management of the information assets of organizations. Examines a broad range of issues and problems associated with the management of information technology (IT) and information systems (IS) and their alignment with the strategic goals of the organizations.
Information Security Management (3 hrs)
Investigates the major concepts, challenges and strategies of countermeasures used in information security management. Typical topics include definition of terms, concepts, elements, and goals incorporating industry standards and practices with a focus on availability, vulnerability, integrity and confidentiality aspects of information security management.
Fundamentals of Presentation Design (3 hrs)
Focuses on the concepts, design and delivery of business presentations in today’s challenging business environments. Develops techniques for defining target audiences and meeting their demands, especially senior executive demands. Address issues of written, oral and electronic presentation to these target audiences.
Programming Languages for Business Analytics (3 hrs)
Introduces graduate students to programming for business analytics applications. Makes use of programming tools that are appropriate for business applications such as data analysis and model building. Problem-solving and programming techniques are covered early and used throughout the course.

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