MS in Business Statistics - Description
The area of ISQS offers a Master of Science in Management Information Systems in two formats. The traditional MS in MIS program is designed to prepare students for positions in the information technology industry. This program focuses on systems development (including database and analysis and design of systems), networking, and management of information systems. Courses in electronic commerce, data mining and data warehousing, IS strategy, and many other area of information systems are also offered.
The Executive MSBA-MIS is designed for working IT professionals. Complete details on this program are available at http://emsba.ba.ttu.edu.
Masters students may apply for scholarships and assistantships. In addition students who receive a scholarship or an assistantship qualify for in-state tuition.
There is no automatic transfer of credit toward a masters degree, but work completed in residence at another accredited graduate school may, on the recommendation of the department concerned, be accepted for as much as six semester hours toward a masters degree. Work completed at another graduate school with a grade less than B will not be accepted. Transfer credit will not alter a student's grade-point average at Texas Tech.
For the masters degree, the minimum requirement for graduation is an average of 3.0 in the major subject and an overall average of 3.0 in all courses.
Work credited toward a masters degree must be completed within six years. Students whose graduate study is interrupted by military service will be granted an extension of time for the period of their military duty, but not exceeding five years.