The MBA with an information systems concentration will advance your career in the arena of information technology. Every business relies on IT processes to stay competitive, improve efficiency, and enhance communication. Loyola's practical curriculum helps you develop advanced skills for improving organizational performance and consequently, profitability, allowing you to naturally progress into leadership or managerial roles.
Choose three of the following courses in order to obtain an information systems concentration.
|INFS 492: Database Systems||3|
|INFS 493: Strategic Use of IT||3|
|INFS 494: Data Mining||3|
|INFS 495: Forecasting Methods||3|
|INFS 496: Systems Analysis and Design||3|
|INFS 498: Telecommunications for Managers||3|
|INFS 499: Independent Study in Information Systems||3|
|INFS 590: Global Business Strategy and IT||3|
|INFS 591: International Telecommunications||3|
|INFS 796: Data Warehousing||3|
|INFS 798: Quality in Systems Development||3|
|INFS 799: Special Topics in Information Systems||3|