The MIS concentration will focus on innovative and competitive IT/IS management theories, strategies and practices and their impact on organizations and society. Consistent with the other specializations, the MIS specialization will concentrate on current IT/IS challenges facing the industry today. IT/IS industry input and collaboration will be continually sought to develop appropriate projects and maintain currency in this program.
Five Required Foundation Courses (Common to all Ph.D. concentrations)
- Research Design Methods I
- Econometrics I
- Microeconomic Theory
- Managerial Research Seminar
Two Required Advanced Research Design/Methods Courses
- Multivariate Statistical Methods
- Econometrics II OR Research Design Methods II
Seven Concentration Courses
- Data Analytics
- Electronic Commerce
- Enterprise Systems
- Seminar in Information Systems Research
- Current Topics in MIS
- Two Doctoral level electives
For the latest course information please visit the UMass Lowell online Graduate Catalog.
Xiaobai (Bob) Li, Ph.D.