Master of Science in Information Systems
The many and varied outcomes of this program will be largely dependent on the students, the nature of their commitment, and the focus of their course work. Graduates in each of the targeted areas will be expected to demonstrate expertise and leadership in their chosen streams. The program fully expects to enable graduates to fill key positions in Alberta's and Canada's growing information technology and services sector.
- Faculty of Graduate Studies
- New Graduate Grading Scale (Effective September 1, 2004)
- Current Course Offerings
- Course Tuition Fees
- Financial Assistance
- Admissions and Course Registrations Deadlines
Please Note: Students will not be able to access their courses until about two weeks prior to the course opening.
As of the Fall 2007 Session:
COMP 603 (Analysis, Modeling, and Design) is permanently closed. This course is replaced by COMP 610 (Selected Topics in Software Engineering).
Email the MSc IS Contact for more information.
Last Updated March 24, 2011