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- MS in Data And Information Management
The MS in Data and Information Management curriculum encompasses database administration; data warehousing; data mining; and algorithms for efficiently analyzing, searching, retrieving, and transforming large data sets. Courses blend theory and practice to teach traditional data management methods as well as the latest technology and techniques for managing and processing big data.
In addition to the six courses shown below, students must complete six hours of capstone project work (ITEC 695). This program is currently designed for students to enter during the Fall semesters.
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* Additional graduate course. Graduate students are required to take at least nine credit hours per semester.
Entry to the program
DAIM is only accepting students for Fall semesters at this time. Transfer credit is possible, and a part-time program is conditionally available. For more information, please contact Dr. Jeff Pittges firstname.lastname@example.org.