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School of Systems and Enterprises
Masters in Networked Information Systems
The combination of sophisticated information repositories, powerful desktop computers, and routine Internet access has handed the power of information systems to nearly everyone, everywhere. It has transformed global business and extended individual access to information-rich sources. This instructor-led e-learning four-course graduate certificate program covers design, deployment, maintenance, and upgrade of information systems. Explore information repositories, data networks, user interfaces, security and assurance, multimedia, and other current and future systems. Become familiar with sophisticated techniques in database design, search mechanisms, and other features that form the basis of corporate infrastructure. Study the evolution and scaling of advanced information systems, focussing on entire systems, as well as hardware and software components. Understand general engineering principles, mathematical and analytical reasoning, digital logic design, computer organization and system design, programming languages, data organization and manipulation, asynchronous distributed algorithm design and analysis, fundamental principles of networking, modeling and simulation, and computational intelligence techniques. A graduate certificate program from Stevens' School of Engineering available online. Co-sponsored by Stevens Institute of Technology, ACM, AIChE, ASME, IEEE, NECA and SNAME.
Classification: Doctoral/Research University—Intensive
Locale: Large Suburb
Size & Settings: 3,000-5,999