The curriculum allows undergraduates in information systems or related disciplines to enrich and deepen their knowledge in the information systems area, to be exposed to advanced research in the field of information systems, and to experiment in conducting research or a project in the area of information systems.
The addmissions committee for graduate degree will accept students whose backgrounds are in further disciplines. In this case, a student will be accepted for a preparatory completion program of one year, during which they will be required to take classes from the following list (according to their individual backgrounds): Introduction to Information Technologies, Introduction to Computers and Programming, Design & Implementation ff Information Systems, Data Structures and Algorithms, Software Design and Programming, Discrete Mathematics, Information System Analysis, Database Design & Management. While a student is attending the preparatory completion program, they may not take graduate degree classes. Should the prospective student earn a grade of at least 80 in the preparatory completion program, they will be entitled to apply for the graduate degree program.