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Enthusiasm for Learning Leads to Master’s Degree Success
The thought of attempting a master’s degree program fills some people with outright fear—but not Bernard McClain II. After earning a bachelor’s degree from Peirce College in Pennsylvania, he couldn’t wait to move forward with his education. >> Read full story
Systems Engineer Aims for Advancement with Master’s
When Terrie Williams realized she was ready to move into management, she also realized she needed to further her education. “The master’s is just the next level in my field,” she says. “In order to move ahead, you need that next step up. My advice for anyone thinking of coming to American Sentinel, whether it’s for a bachelor’s or a master’s, is ‘go.’ Getting assistance and feedback from instructors was unbelievable. Everyone contacts you so quickly. I didn’t get that from a brick-and-mortar school.”
Career Opportunities in Information Systems
Information systems professionals focus on aligning computer technologies to the needs of businesses. Jobs may involve programming databases, website design, developing network security plans and/or designing and coding a business application. Many information systems professionals get involved in system development and user training and are the people companies rely upon to bridge the gap between technology and business by using their system analysis, project management and communication skills. Graduates of the information systems master’s degree program can further their careers in business application development and support, database administration and information technology management.
The American Sentinel master’s degree in information systems will prepare you as a leader in the field.
Job Outlook for Information Systems
Employment of computer and information systems managers is expected to grow faster than average for all occupations between 2008 and 2018. With new applications continually emerging and organizations constantly striving to find better ways to use technology to meet their objectives, demand for qualified information systems professionals is high. With the M.S. Information Systems, you will have the skills to advance your career in the information systems area. Learn more about the Bureau of Labor Statistics outlook for computer and information systems managers.