Journal of Information Systems Education (JISE)

Volume 10

Volume 10, Number 3-4, Pages 6-11

Fall 1999

Graduate IS Curriculum for the Millennium: Background, Process and Recommendation

John T. Gorgone
Bentley College
Waltham, MA 02452, USA

Paul Gray
Claremont Graduate University
Claremont, CA 91711, USA

Abstract: The MSIS 2000 model curriculum, prepared by the Joint ACM/AIS Curriculum Committee, provides guidelines for colleges and universities offering Masters degrees in Information Systems. This paper summarizes both the program and the procedures used to create it. In brief, the minimum masters program involves 10 courses for students with adequate preparation. This minimum program consists of 6 core course (data management; analysis, modeling, and design; data communications and networking: project and change management, information systems policy and strategy, and systems integration) and a 4-course career track. The procedure used included face-to-face and computer meetings among committee members and extensive consultation with the worldwide IS community.

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Recommended Citation: Gorgone, J. T., & Gray, P. (1999). Graduate IS Curriculum for the Millennium: Background, Process and Recommendation. Journal of Information Systems Education, 10(3-4), 6-11.