News and Information
SPRING 2018 WAIVER EXAMS
Waiver exams will be held on Tuesday, January 2, 2018 in PKI 160. The schedule is:
|8:00 am||10:00 am||ISQA 8030 – Information Systems and Ethics||Download|
|10:00 am||12:00 pm||CIST 2500 – Introduction to Applied Stats for IS&T||Download|
|12:00 pm||1:00 pm||Lunch|
|1:00 pm||3:00 pm||ISQA 8040 – An Overview of Systems Development||Download|
|3:00 pm||5:00 pm||ISQA 8050 – Data Organization and Storage||Download|
DATA ANALYTICS CERTIFICATE TO BE OFFERED
A new certificate in Data Analytics will be offered as part of the MS in MIS program, starting in the Fall 2014 semester. For details on this certificate, visit the Graduate Certificates page. [January 28, 2014]
2013 CAPSTONE PROJECT BENEFITS UNMC NURSING EDUCATION
The Fall 2013 MS in MIS capstone class developed an application for the University of Nebraska Medical Center’s (UNMC) College of Nursing (CON) Continuing Nursing Education (CNE) department. For more information, check out the Capstone Project page. [December 31, 2013]
GRADUATE STUDENTS PRESENT SPRING 2012 CAPSTONE PROJECT
The second Spring 2012 MS in MIS Capstone group at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, was tasked to build a prototype tool that an investor could employ to assist them in choosing the optimized combination of option contract trades which would provide an optimum return on investment.
GRADUATE STUDENTS PRESENT CAPSTONE PROJECT TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE COORDINATING COUNCIL
NEW UNO CAREER SITE
The UNO Career Coach & Resume Builder helps students with with career selection, job posting, and resume building. [March 28, 2011]
NEW GRADUATE MINOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Organizations today need workers who have a deep understanding of both technology and business. Students that desire to increase their knowledge of business beyond their MS MIS degree should consider a Minor in Business Administration. The minor requires the completion of foundation courses that are required by the College of Business as well as nine credit hours of graduate courses in the College of Business. Students have the flexibility to choose any courses that match their needs by focusing on accounting, marketing, finance, economics, or any combination of courses that meet their needs. This minor can enable students to gain a deeper understanding of either general business or specific areas of business that can be applied to their knowledge of management information systems.
Students interested in declaring a Minor in Business Administration as part of their MS MIS degree should speak with Carla Frakes. For further details, see the description of the graduate minor in Business Administration on the concentrations web page. [May 2, 2009]
NEW GRADUATE CONCENTRATION
ISQA is happy to announce a new graduate concentration in Data Management. This concentration will be available starting in the Fall 2008 semester. For details on this concentration, visit the Graduate Concentrations page.
NEW DUAL DEGREE MPA/MS MIS AVAILABLE AT UNO
The College of IS&T and the School of Public Administration at UNO are partnering to offer a dual-degree program in which students can earn an MPA degree and a Masters Degree in MIS in just 54 to 57 credit hours. The program is designed for dedicated students who are willing to take on the challenges related to graduate education from two perspectives that are integrated together -- Public Administration and Management Information Systems. For details, visit the Joint Degree Page.
NEW GRADUATE CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE AT UNO
The College of IS&T at the Peter Kiewit Institute at UNO now offers graduate certificates in the areas of information assurance, project management, and systems analysis & design. The goal of the graduate certificates is to allow post-baccalaureate students and working professionals to expand their educational background and complete course work that could count towards a graduate degree in MIS. Each certificate consists of 12 credit hours of courses. For details, visit the Graduate Certificates Page.
NEW DUAL DEGREE MBA/MS MIS AVAILABLE AT UNO
The College of IS&T and the College of Business Administration at UNO are partnering to offer a dual-degree program in which students can earn an MBA degree and a Masters Degree in MIS in just 54 credit hours. The program is designed for dedicated students who are willing to take on the challenges related to graduate education from two perspectives that are integrated together - Business Administration and Management Information Systems. For details, visit the Joint Degree Page.
ISQA MENTORSHIP PROGRAM
Information about the new ISQA Mentorship Program for graduate students is now available on the Mentorship Program page.
INTEGRATED UNDERGRADUATE/GRADUATE TRACK
ISQA is pleased to offer a new Integrated Undergraduate/Graduate Track which allows dedicated students to complete the BS in MIS undergraduate degree and the MS in MIS graduate degree in five years.
MS IN MIS REINSTATEMENT POLICY UPDATE
Students automatically disenrolled from the Graduate College for grades (see the Quality of Work Standards in the Graduate Catalog for policy on this issue) may apply to the ISQA Department for reinstatement. Application for reinstatement must occur within 14 days of notification by the Graduate College of disenrollment (i.e., 14 days from the date of the letter or e-mail). Students petition for reinstatement by sending an e-mail to the Chair of the ISQA Graduate Program Committee. The e-mail should include reasons for the poor academic performance. The Graduate Program Committee will decide each case on an individual basis.
NOTICE FOR ALL MS IN MIS STUDENTS
Absence from the first week(s) of a semester may result in your being administratively withdrawn from the class. Before making arrangements, such as purchasing airline tickets, which would result in your not attending the first week(s) of a semester, see your course instructors.
MS IN MIS NON-DEGREE STUDENTS
To enroll in MS in MIS Foundation Courses, please contact Dr. Leah Pietron for authorization.
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