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Graduates become data scientists and analysts in finance, marketing, operations, and business intelligence working with groups that generate and analyze large amounts of data.
Harrisburg University’s Master of Science (M.S.) in Analytics degree program is designed for students with a strong background in mathematics, computer science, engineering, or economics who are looking to learn the specific techniques and tools involved in analytics and the business skills to apply this knowledge effectively and strategically. Whether you’re looking to grow in your current position or branch off in a new direction, Harrisburg’s M.S. in Analytics will give you the practical skills and real-world experience you need to pursue a rewarding career in big data.
M.S. Computer Information Sciences (CISC)
Computer Science | Cyber Security
A graduate of the program is able to integrate business, interpersonal and team skills, and the computational skills that lead to a professional employment and prepare them for the doctoral studies in the field.
The 36 semester-hour master degree in Computer Information Sciences provides a solid foundation in the fundamental areas of computer science and cyber security. The program includes courses to acquaint the student with current advances in the discipline, and their applications in business, health care and other areas. The ability to devise a solution and execute it is the heart of the practice of this program. Designing such solutions requires creating efficient computation, which involves the integration of few key design notions of data representation, algorithms, programming, and knowledge in systems, data security, and software engineering in one unified framework.
M.S. Information Systems Engineering & Management (ISEM)
Analytics | Digital Government | Digital Health | Entrepreneurship | Information Security | Software Engineering and Development
The ISEM Program is taught by Dr. Amjad Umar, a Senior Advisor to the United Nations for Information and Communication Technologies.
The 36 credit-hour Information Systems Engineering & Management (ISEM) master’s degree program at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology is designed to provide you with both the technical and business skills you need to plan, engineer/re-engineer, and manage the systems to support modern digital enterprises. The program is available for full-time or part-time students.
M.S. Learning Technologies (LTMS)
The Learning Technologies Master of Science (LTMS) is a 36 semester-hour program that provides students with leading edge approaches and skills to help them apply existing and emerging learning technologies in a variety of learning environments. The innovative, applied learning technologies program provides you with immediate career benefits while preparing you for projected industry needs. The program provides you with the knowledge and skills to:
- Analyze performance improvement opportunities to determine appropriate solutions.
- Create engaging learning solutions to improve performance.
- Evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of learning solutions.
- Play a role as a thought leader in the integration of technology to improve learning and performance.
M.S. Project Management (PMGT)
The curriculum has received Registered Education Provider (REP) status through the Project Management Institute (PMI®), providing preparation for the nationally recognized PMP certification.
The M.S. in Project Management at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology provides a comprehensive focus on critical project management skills and offers an IT Project Management Concentration. The 36 semesterhour graduate degree program provides each student with a focused, applied and rigorous experience in creating, developing, implementing and assessing projects and the resulting products. The complexities of modern product development and project management require a professional with specific technical knowledge with strong project management and leadership skills. This program of study leads to a Master of Science degree that prepares the student for career advancement in the field of project management and for positions such as project manager, project coordinator, lead project engineer, enterprise project manager or information technology project manager.