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1 KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS INSTITUTE Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences COURSE CATALOG

2 Knowledge Systems Institute Graduate School of Computer & Information Sciences Course Catalog Updated on 06/04/2015

3 847/ ii 3420 Main Street Skokie, Illinois 60076

4 Knowledge Systems Institute Graduate School of Computer & Information Sciences Course Catalog Master of Science Degree in: Computer and Information Sciences with Areas of Concentration in: Management Information Systems Health Informatics Digital Media Information Security Knowledge Management Computer Networks Software Engineering and Certificate Program in: Computer and Information Sciences iii

5 Board, Faculty Board of Directors Barr, Tony, M.S., North Carolina State University Chang, Cybele, M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology Chang, Shi-Kuo, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley Graupe, Daniel, Ph.D., University of Liverpool Koss, Nicholas, Ph.D., Indiana University Liu, C. N., Ph.D., University of Illinois Rhem, Anthony J., Ph.D., Walden University Sitrick, David, J.D., Southern Methodist University iv Dean of Students Affairs Chao, Shih-Chang, Ph.D., Illinois Institute of Technology Chief Academic Officer & Dean of Academic Affairs Hsieh, Cheng-Yuan, Ph.D., Illinois Institute of Technology Executive Director Pan, Judy, Illinois Institute of Technology Chief Financial Officer Smith, Gabriel, B.A., Oberlin College Director of Development Chang, Emily, B.A., Yale University Director of Research Chang, Paosheng, Ph.D., Northwestern University

6 & Administration Librarian Mondrus, Maryann, M.L.S., Rosary College (Dominican University) Director of Digital Media Center Rogala, Miroslaw, Ph.D., University of Wales Faculty Chang, Paosheng, Ph.D., Northwestern University Chang, Shi-Kuo, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley Chao, Shih-Chang, Ph.D., Illinois Institute of Technology Chi, Yao-Teng, M.S., Knowledge Systems Institute Graduate School Gong, Tony, M.S., PMP, Knowledge Systems Institute Graduate School Grant, Phoebe J., M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology Hsieh, Cheng-Yuan, Ph.D., Illinois Institute of Technology Kordylewski, Hubert, Ph.D., University of Illinois Rhem, Anthony J., Ph.D., Walden University Richards, David, M.F.A., School of the Art Institute of Chicago Rogala, Miroslaw, Ph.D., University of Wales Schmoll, George F., M.B.A., Roosevelt University Thulin, Frederick, Ph.D., University of Illinois Veselinovic, Dusan, Ph.D., University of Illinois Wang, Edward, Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University Yeh, Shu-Jen, Ph.D., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute v

7 Table of Contents GENERAL INFORMATION 1-2 Mission 1 History and Objectives 1 Accreditation 2 Table of Contents vi ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS 3-4 How to Apply 3 When to Apply 3 Credit Transfer Policy 3 Required Documents for Admission 4 CALENDAR 5 MS DEGREE PROGRAM 6-14 Graduate Study in Computer and Information Sciences 6 Areas of Concentration 6 Graduate Study in Computer and Information Sciences (CIS) 7 Area of Concentration in Management Information Systems (MIS) 8 Area of Concentration in Health Informatics (HI) 9 Area of Concentration in Digital Media (DM) 10 Area of Concentration in Information Security (IS) 11 Area of Concentration in Knowledge Management (KM) 12 Area of Concentration in Computer Networks (CN) 13 Area of Concentration in Software Engineering (SE) 14

8 COURSE DESCRIPTIONS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Individual Research Project (MS Thesis Project) 31 Comprehensive Examination 31 TOEFL 32 Awarding of the Diploma 32 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE AND STUDENT LOANS Financial Assistance 33 Student Loans 33 Federal Stafford Loan Amounts 34 Federal Stafford Loans 34 VA Benefits 34 Table of Contents TUITION AND FEES Tuition and Fees 35 Audit Policy 36 Registration and Refund Policy for Domestic Students 36 Withdrawal Policy 36 Textbooks 36 vii

9 Table of Contents viii STUDENT REQUIREMENTS & POLICIES General Regulations 37 Approval 37 Non-Discrimination Policy 37 Time Schedule 37 Holidays 37 Academic Calendar 37 Academic Integrity Policies 38 Student Obligations 38 Procedure for Adjudication 38 Appeal Procedure 38 Faculty Responsibilities 38 Grievance Procedure 38 Academic Load 39 Credit Deficiency 39 Full-time Domestic Students 39 Part-time Domestic Students 39 International Students 39 Academic Advising 39 Grading 40 Incomplete Grade Policy 40 Grade Point Average 41 Transcripts 41 Academic Progress, Probation, and Dismissal 41 Self-Discipline 42

10 Student Rights and Privileges 42 Change of Schedule 42 Class Attendance 42 Illness or Emergency 42 Immunization and Health Report 43 Health Insurance Policy 43 Reinstatement of Student Status and Reinstatement of Aid 43 ONLINE LEARNING 44 FACILITIES 45 Classrooms & Laboratories 45 Library 45 Digital Media Studio & Gallery 45 Wireless Network 45 Table of Contents WHERE IS KSI GRADUATE SCHOOL? CALENDAR CONTACT KSI 49 ix

11 General Information General Information MISSION Knowledge Systems Institute Graduate School (KSI Graduate School) is a degree granting notfor-profit institution of higher learning governed by an independent Board of Directors. Its mission is to provide instruction in graduate level academic programs emphasizing computer and information sciences with a faculty of recognized experts using state-of-the-art research facilities and advanced computer systems; to assist and facilitate student learning through the assessment of student academic achievement; to offer such services and facilities to professionals in the Chicago metropolitan area; and to serve the domestic as well as international student populations. KSI Graduate School grants the Master of Science (MS) Degree in Computer and Information Sciences. The MS degree program in Com puter and Information Sciences also offers various areas of concentration. These areas of concentration are: Management Information Systems, Health Informatics, Knowledge Management, Software Engineering, Digital Media, Information Security, and Computer Networks. HISTORY & OBJECTIVES KSI Graduate School originally established in 1978 for research and profes sional education, has grown in its scope, purpose and design. Originally founded in response to the needs of the business and engineering communities, KSI Graduate School has developed into a graduate school, dedicated to training professionals in solving complex problems in science, business and engineering by employing advanced computer and information sciences methodologies. 1 The school s excellence is maintained by its dedicated faculty and distinguished advi sors, its low student-to-faculty ratio, and the philosophy of granting ample opportunity for students to combine theory with practice. Besides learning advanced theory and concepts of computer and information sciences, students at KSI Graduate School learn to translate theory into practical applications by conducting research projects under the guidance of faculty advisors. Through such projects, students gain technical experience, improve their abilities to carry out applied KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS INSTITUTE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF COMPUTER & INFORMATION SCIENCES

12 re search and develop a critical appreciation of the engineering, scientific, and management dimensions of the computer profession in the course of developing new and specialized knowledge. The combination of theoretical and applied knowledge is fundamental to the educational philosophy at KSI Graduate School. This educational approach is both sound and meaningful for professionals in the Chicago area seeking advanced education relevant to their jobs. To train scientists and engineers, it is not enough just to put them to work in the classroom and the laboratory. They must also experience the frustration and the excitement of putting advanced technology to work. KSI Graduate School s small size provides students with a high degree of specialized training and education through one to one work with professors and advanced research. Accreditation Knowledge Systems Institute Graduate School is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA). The contact information for the NCA: The Higher Learning Commission 230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500, Chicago, IL Phone: (800) , (312) Fax: (312) General Information

13 3Admission Requirements Admission Requirements Admission as a graduate student requires a Bachelor s Degree. A student may be required to take prerequisite courses to make up for deficiency in previous education. Students with an inadequate background are required to complete a program of up to 20 prerequisite courses before being considered for admission to the graduate program. Such prerequisite courses shall not be counted toward the fulfillment of degree requirements. Applicants who are transferring from a United States university must have a minimum 2.75 GPA. An applicant from a country whose native language is not English must submit the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) scores before admission. International students can only be admitted as full-time students. Before a student may matriculate, he or she must have an official transcript of previous college work on file in the registrar s office. How to Apply Students must send the completed application form, the non-refundable applica tion fee of $50, official transcripts (mailed in a sealed envelope), copy of three signed reference letters, copy of diploma (no certificates), passport, visa, I-94, I-20(s) copies (international students only), original affidavit of support & bank balance (international students only) and a TOEFL Grade Report (international students only) to the Admissions Office. This grade report should be sent directly from the testing center to the school using the KSI Graduate School s TOEFL test center code, which is For the MS Degree Application please refer to KSI Graduate School s website at: application When to Apply Applications for admission are accepted throughout the year*. Classes begin at various times as indicated in the academic calendar. * Deadline to apply for a particular semester is two weeks prior to the start date of the semester. Credit Transfer Policy Students who have completed graduate-level coursework in computer and information sciences but did not earn a Master s Degree in computer science at a regionally accredited institution may request the credit of equivalent graduate courses be applied towards a graduate degree. Students may transfer a maximum of six (6) credits. For more details, please see the current student handbook available at KSI s website: KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS INSTITUTE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF COMPUTER & INFORMATION SCIENCES

14 Required Documents for Admission Application Form Non-Refundable Application Fee $50 Official Transcript(s)* (Photocopy not accepted) WES or ECE Evaluation of Transcript** Copy of Three Signed Reference Letters Copy of Diploma Passport, Visa, I-94, I-20(s) Copies (International Students Only) Original Affidavit of Support & Bank Balance*** (International Students Only) TOEFL Grades 80iBT or Higher (International Students Only) * Photocopies of official transcripts are not accepted. The official transcripts must be released and sent directly to KSI s Admissions Office in a sealed envelope. ** All international students are required to submit their official transcripts to World Education Services (WES) or Educational Credential Evaluators (ECE) for evaluation. The purpose of the evaluation is to make sure that you have the US Equivalency to a Bachelor s Degree. KSI only accepts WES and ECE evaluations, other evaluation companies will not be accepted. To find out more about WES, please visit this website: To find out more about ECE, please visit this website: https://www.ece.org/. Each evaluation company has a fee to do the evaluation, their websites will guide you on the fees and requirements. *** Affidavit of Support & Bank Balance can not be older than six months of application date. Photocopies are not acceped. Please visit page 49 for KSI s contact information. General Information: Admissions: Online Application: Application Form: Prospective Students: Student Handbook: Admission Requirements

15 Calendar 5Calendar Academic Year Semester Application Deadline Begins Ends Fall August 05, 2013 August 26, December 15, 2013 Spring December 23, 2013 January 11, May 08, 2014 Summer May 05, 2014 May 24, August 14, Fall August 04, 2014 August 23, December 11, 2014 Spring December 22, 2014 January 10, May 07, 2015 Summer April 27, 2015 May 16, August 09, Fall August 03, 2015 August 22, December 10, 2015 Spring December 21, 2015 January 09, May 05, 2016 Summer May 02, 2016 May 21, August 11, 2016 Academic Year Spring Break Graduation Ceremony* Graduation Rehearsal March 08-14, 2014 May 18, 2014 May 17, March 07-13, 2015 May 10, 2015 May 09, March 05-11, 2016 May 15, 2016 May 14, 2016 * The Administration Office must receive the completed Graduation Application by the dates specified below. Please note: graduation ceremonies are held once a year in May and the rehearsal is held the day before the graduation ceremony. If students plan to participate, they must register at the office by the middle of March. Degrees may also be conferred in the months of August and December. Application for Graduation Deadline Comprehensive Examinations (offered three times a year) August Degree Conferral 1st Friday in February Last week of April December Degree Conferral 2nd Friday in June Last week of July May Commencement 3rd Friday in November First week of December KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS INSTITUTE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF COMPUTER & INFORMATION SCIENCES

16 MS Degree Program KSI Graduate School offers a Master of Science Degree in Computer and Information Sciences. The MS Degree Program is offered on-campus, online or in combination. The study of computer and information sciences is viewed as the inquiry into the nature of information processing systems and computational processes, and the application of information processing tools for solving problems in modern society. The MS degree program in computer and information sciences covers the core areas of programming languages, database systems, operating systems, theory of computation and ethics in the field of technology. Therefore, students trained by KSI Graduate School will be able to apply their knowledge of the newest information processing tools in their work environment. AREAS OF CONCENTRATION Students are required to complete the Required Core Courses listed under the area of concentration in which they are enrolled. Courses listed as Area Courses (electives) may be substituted with other graduate level courses with advisor and approval of Dean of Academic Affairs. MS Degree Program Areas of concentration are academic programs that allow a student to focus on specialized areas of computer and information sciences. The seven areas of concentration are: Management Information Systems, Health Informatics, Digital Media, Information Security, Knowledge Management, Computer Networks, and Software Engineering. Students who wish to specialize in an area of concentration should take one (1) more course as specified in the program requirements in addition to the nine (9) courses required by the standard Master s in Computer and Information Sciences Degree Program

17 7Computer and Information Sciences (CIS) MS Degree Program Degree Requirements for The Master of Science in Computer and Information Sciences The Master of Science Degree program in Computer and Information Sciences (CIS) provides students with the advanced knowledge and skills necessary to understand, design and use modern computer-based systems. It fosters innovative thinking and encourages new approaches to solving business and technological problems through the use of information technology (IT). Students will gain the expertise needed to meet the demands of the rapidly growing and changing information industry. Students are also exposed to ethical considerations in contemporary technological settings. Graduates can begin an IT career, advance in IT if they already have an IT career, or prepare for future advanced studies in computer science. Degree Requirements The MS degree in Computer and Information Sciences requires 27 graduate level credit hours of coursework (9 courses), a nine (9) graduate level credit hour (3 courses) individual research project and a Comprehensive Examination. Prerequisite Courses CIS310 Introduction to Programming CIS321 Computer Languages CIS331 Database Programming CIS340 Operating Systems CIS370 Introduction to Computer Networks Required Core Courses BA531 Data Mining CIS501 Information System Design CIS502 Database Management Systems CIS503 Theory of Computation CIS504 Programming Languages CIS510 Software Project Management Area Courses BA501 Management Information Systems BA511 Statistics CIS506 Advanced Operating Systems CIS507 Principles of Computer Networks CIS508 Database Network Administration and Tuning CIS509 Knowledge Engineering CIS520 Advanced Computer Networks and Security CIS522 Computer Security and Cryptography CIS566 Software Testing Techniques CIS567 Software Test Automation HI536 Business Intelligence in Health Informatics HI581 Foundations of Health Informatics CIS600 Applied CIS Practicum CIS599A, B, C Research Project (Course Descriptions begin on Page 15.) KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS INSTITUTE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF COMPUTER & INFORMATION SCIENCES

18 AREA OF CONCENTRATION IN MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS The Master of Science Degree with an area of concentration in Management Information Systems is designed for individuals seeking executive positions with responsibilities for achieving competitive advantage through the effective integration of information technology into organizations. Strategic advantages in the internet age have been developed in adoption of a new paradigm for organizing businesses. In this new paradigm, core competencies of information technology, IT management and knowledge management capabilities could determine winners and losers in global electronic markets, which results in a growing need for managers at all levels in all functional areas of an organization to be conversant with strategies and tactics for managing the use of information technology. This MIS concentration is designed to fulfill this pressing need and expose students to IT management concepts, theory, and ethical concerns. The courses use an interdisciplinary approach, are project and case based and lay a solid foundation in systems analysis and design, IT project management, enterprise information architecture planning and design, evaluation of IT value, identification and assessment of opportunities for IT-enabled business process re-engineering and information systems construction. Most MIS graduates will find managerial positions in the information systems departments in organizations and in consulting. Degree Requirements The MS Degree in Computer and Information Sciences with a concentration in MIS requires 30 graduate level credit hours of coursework (10 courses), a nine (9) graduate level credit hour (3 courses) individual research project and a Comprehensive Examination. Prerequisite Courses BA301 Principles of Management or BA302 Accounting Principles and Computerized Applications BA305 Principles of Marketing CIS310 Introduction to Programming CIS331 Database Programming CIS370 Introduction to Computer Networks Required Core Courses BA501 Management Information Systems BA503 Decision Support Systems BA531 Data Mining CIS501 Information System Design CIS502 Database Management Systems CIS510 Software Project Management Area Courses BA504 Business Management BA511 Statistics BA533 Fundamentals of Knowledge Management CIS504 Programming Languages CIS506 Advanced Operating Systems CIS507 Principles of Computer Networks CIS509 Knowledge Engineering HI536 Business Intelligence in Health Informatics CIS600 Applied CIS Practicum CIS599A, B, C Research Project (Course Descriptions begin on Page 15.) Management Information Systems (MIS)

19 9Health Informatics (HI) MS Degree Program AREA OF CONCENTRATION IN HEALTH INFORMATICS The Master of Science Degree with an area of concentration in Health Informatics is designed to meet the rapidly growing need for technical professionals in the healthcare industry by preparing students through an integration of technological expertise in informatics, computer science, mathematical statistics, networks, database engineering and knowledge management with a knowledge of the clinical environment in the health care professions. This discipline involves the development and application of methods for acquiring, representing, retrieving and analyzing biomedical knowledge and data. Degree Requirements The MS Degree in Computer and Information Sciences with a concentration in Health Informatics requires 30 graduate level credit hours of coursework (10 courses), a nine (9) graduate level credit hour (3 courses) individual research project and a Comprehensive Examination. Prerequisite Courses CIS310 Introduction to Programming CIS321 Computer Languages CIS331 Database Programming CIS340 Operating Systems CIS370 Introduction to Computer Networks Required Core Courses BA531 Data Mining CIS502 Database Management Systems CIS507 Principles of Computer Networks HI503 Clinical Decision Support HI510 Health IT Project Management HI581 Foundations of Health Informatics Area Courses BA511 Statistics CIS501 Information System Design CIS504 Programming Languages CIS520 Advanced Computer Networks and Security HI522 Computer and Network Security for Health Informatics HI535 Knowledge Representation in Health Informatics HI536 Business Intelligence in Health Informatics CIS600 Applied CIS Practicum CIS599A, B, C Research Project (Course Descriptions begin on Page 15.) KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS INSTITUTE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF COMPUTER & INFORMATION SCIENCES

20 AREA OF CONCENTRATION IN DIGITAL MEDIA The Masters of Science degree with an area of concentration in Digital Media combines high-end production classes in media with research-grade investigation of new tools, techniques, and practices. Students take graduate-level coursework in media studies, media theory, and aesthetics, as well as graduate level production classes in Web Design, Digital Cinema, Digital Photography, Game Design, Sound, and 3D Graphics. Students also take courses in Computer Science and Engineering as well as Management Information Sciences. Students are expected to produce professional quality studio work in an experimental practice environment, and create a Thesis that brings together their creative and technical skills in digital media to create a fully realized research project around the creative applications of media technology. Degree Requirements The MS Degree in Computer and Information Sciences, with a concentration in Digital Media requires 30 graduate level credit hours of coursework (10 courses), a nine (9) graduate level credit hour (3 courses) individual research project and extended creative work. Prerequisite Courses CIS321 Computer Languages CIS331 Database Programming CIS345 Game Programming CIS370 Introduction to Computer Networks CIS393 Design of Interactive Systems Required Core Courses CIS513 Multi-Media Information Systems CIS517 Advanced Computer Graphics CIS551 Digital Media: History, Theory and Methods CIS570 Principles of Interactive Design CIS573 Digital Production Studio Area Courses CIS552 Advanced Game Design CIS572 Digital Art Workshop CIS574 Digital Video Production CIS575 Digital Audio Production CIS576 DV Independent Film Production CIS577 Digital Cinematography CIS578 Art and Technology Seminar (I) CIS579 Art and Technology Seminar (II) CIS600 Applied CIS Practicum CIS599A, B, C Research Project (Course Descriptions begin on Page 15.) Digital Media (DM)

21 Information Security (IS) 11 MS Degree Program AREA OF CONCENTRATION IN INFORMATION SECURITY The Master of Science Degree with an area of concentration in Information Security is designed to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of computer system components. People involved in information security must be able to comprehend and scientifically employ and manage information security concepts, principles, methods, techniques, practices and procedures. The nature of information security education demands expertise concentrated in areas of information technologies and administrative operations. The area of concentration in Information Security is designed to provide an interdisciplinary education combined with a technical background in computer science. The program consists of courses on information security management, computer network security, data protection using encryption techniques and information security assurance. Students not only learn how to make an organization s database more secure and how to protect a computer network by a combination of firewalls and encryption techniques, but also acquire the important practical knowledge of ISO standards and procedures for assuring an organization s information security. Degree Requirements The MS Degree in Computer and Information Sciences with a concentration in Information Security requires 30 graduate level credit hours of coursework (10 courses), a nine (9) graduate level credit hour (3 courses) individual research project and a Comprehensive Examination. Prerequisite Courses CIS310 Introduction to Programming CIS321 Computer Languages CIS331 Database Programming CIS340 Operating Systems CIS370 Introduction to Computer Networks Required Core Courses BA531 Data Mining CIS501 Information System Design CIS502 Database Management Systems CIS504 Programming Languages CIS507 Principles of Computer Networks CIS522 Computer Security and Cryptography Area Courses BA511 Statistics CIS506 Advanced Operating Systems CIS508 Database Network Administration and Tuning CIS509 Knowledge Engineering CIS520 Advanced Computer Networks CIS566 Software Testing Techniques HI536 Business Intelligence in Health Informatics CIS600 Applied CIS Practicum CIS599A, B, C Research Project (Course Descriptions begin on Page 15.) KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS INSTITUTE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF COMPUTER & INFORMATION SCIENCES

22 AREA OF CONCENTRATION IN KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT The Master of Science Degree with an area of concentration in Knowledge Management is most suitable for people who already have a career in a field other than information technology, but now find the need to acquire new IT skills in order to remain technologically competent. Since knowledge industry is the wave of the future, to acquire the necessary data management and knowledge management skills enables an individual to compete successfully in a demanding job market. The program is designed as concentration for individuals who need to acquire actionable insights, methodologies and strategies of knowledge management to enhance knowledge transfer and collaboration as a driving principle of organizational success. Business processes naturally involve generating knowledge and sharing knowledge to ensure that an organization maximizes the value it achieves through its knowledge base. Degree Requirements The MS Degree in Computer and Information Sciences with a concentration in Knowledge Management requires 30 graduate level credit hours of coursework (10 courses), a nine (9) graduate level credit hour (3 courses) individual research project and a Comprehensive Examination. Prerequisite Courses CIS310 Introduction to Programming CIS321 Computer Languages CIS331 Database Programming CIS340 Operating Systems CIS370 Introduction to Computer Networks Required Core Courses BA501 Management Information Systems BA531 Data Mining BA533 Fundamentals of Knowledge Management BA534 Topics in Knowledge Management CIS502 Database Management Systems CIS510 Software Project Management Area Courses BA504 Business Management BA511 Statistics BA535 Knowledge Acquisition and Modeling with UML CIS501 Information System Design CIS504 Programming Languages CIS507 Principles of Computer Networks CIS509 Knowledge Engineering CIS566 Software Testing Techniques CIS600 Applied CIS Practicum CIS599A, B, C Research Project (Course Descriptions begin on Page 15.) Knowledge Management (KM)

23 Computer Networks (CN) 13 MS Degree Program AREA OF CONCENTRATION IN COMPUTER NETWORKS The Master of Science Degree with an area of concentration in Computer Networks is designed for individuals who want to specialize in computer networks and data communications, which emphasizes on essential network security concepts, secure information transfer and storage, risk management and perimeter and internal protection. Computer networks have become the driving force in information systems for the knowledge industry. Computer networks can be wired or wireless. They are the glue that ties the system together. This area of concentration enables individuals to find employment in the fast growing fields of computer networks and data communications. Degree Requirements The MS Degree in Computer and Information Sciences with a concentration in Computer Networks requires 30 graduate level credit hours of coursework (10 courses), a nine (9) graduate level credit hour (3 courses) individual research project and a Comprehensive Examination. Prerequisite Courses CIS310 Introduction to Programming CIS321 Computer Languages CIS331 Database Programming CIS340 Operating Systems CIS370 Introduction to Computer Networks Required Core Courses BA531 Data Mining CIS501 Information System Design CIS502 Database Management Systems CIS507 Principles of Computer Networks CIS520 Advanced Computer Networks CIS522 Computer Security and Cryptography Area Courses CIS504 Programming Languages CIS506 Advanced Operating Systems CIS508 Database Network Administration & Tuning CIS509 Knowledge Engineering CIS566 Software Testing Techniques HI536 Business Intelligence in Healthcare Informatics CIS600 Applied CIS Practicum CIS599A, B, C Research Project (Course Descriptions begin on Page 15.) KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS INSTITUTE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF COMPUTER & INFORMATION SCIENCES

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