Online Master of Science in Information Systems (MSIS) Enterprise Network Management
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Why earn a degree in enterprise network management from Strayer?
Wireless technology has changed virtually every aspect of life, perhaps most importantly how we work. But how do all these Wi-Fi enabled systems interact to deliver reliable data communications? Be part of the future of IT. Strayer’s online MS in Information Systems with an enterprise network management concentration can help you understand network design from a managerial perspective.
Spring Classes Start on April 4
Program at a glance
11-week courses in the program
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Build your network management skills
Emerging cloud services, enterprise IT initiatives and service-based IT models are all changing the nature of information systems. A master’s degree in network management can prepare you to tackle complex challenges, evaluate new developments in technology and manage network environments.
Is an MSIS in Enterprise Network Management good to have? It depends on what you learn.
- Develop network management strategies to include resource monitoring and data collection and interpretation.
- Create a cloud-based business continuity plan and a disaster recovery plan.
- Develop a cloud-based solution to an organization’s problem.
- Develop a wireless deployment plan to address and solve a proposed business problem.
- Use technology and information resources to research issues in wireless networks.
Class size varies based on course objectives and the teaching demands of the subject matter. In general, Strayer University aims to keep the student-to-instructor ratio low.
How long does it take to get an enterprise network management master's degree?
- There are 12 11-week courses in this program.
- How many courses you take at a time will determine how long the overall program will be.
- Strayer University credits are expressed in quarter hours.
- One quarter hour of credit is granted for the successful completion of 10 contact hours per course.
- The standard requirement for one course is for students to spend 10 to 14 hours in weekly work, including in- and out-of-classroom work, for a total of 54 hours by the end of the course. Strayer’s course design uses this requirement to meet applicable regulatory standards.
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Strayer University is proud to be certified or accredited by four respected organizations. We’re committed to meeting quality standards, so you can earn an industry-recognized diploma you’re proud to display. View the ACBSP student achievement information.
Strayer University is an accredited institution and a member of the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE), www.msche.org. Strayer University’s accreditation status is Accreditation Reaffirmed. MSCHE most recently reaffirmed Strayer University’s accreditation status in June 2017, with the next self-study evaluation scheduled for the 2025–2026 academic year.
MSCHE is an institutional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).
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Program cost breakdown
Strayer’s MSIS program consists of 12 courses, with the price of $2,490 per course. There are additional fees for textbooks and supplies, a $65 technology fee each term and a one-time $150 degree conferral fee.
Courses from another institution may be eligible for transfer credits to Strayer, which can reduce the number of courses you need to graduate and your overall tuition. You can transfer up to four classes toward your master’s degree. Strayer’s transfer credit page has more information as well as a tool to estimate how many transfer credits you may be able to apply to your Strayer degree program.
Scholarships and financial aid
There are a number of financial aid options worth exploring on our financial aid page. To apply for federal aid, prospective students should fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form. Stafford loans are available for graduate study. These are direct unsubsidized loans, not based on financial need. Unlike subsidized loans, Stafford loan interest will accrue while in the program. Making interest payments while in school will help reduce the amount of principal that would otherwise build up.
There are also scholarships and private loans available for Strayer students.
More than 500 organizations – including corporations and community colleges – invest in their employees by partnering with Strayer University to offer access to discounted education programs. If your employer is a Corporate Alliance Partner, you may qualify for programs that can help you advance in your company and your career.
Non-federal loans may pay the difference between the cost of attendance and the total of loans and grants received from other tuition assistance programs. The terms and conditions of federal loans are often more favorable than private loans and should be considered before exploring private loans.
Military tuition assistance
Scholarships are offered to eligible students currently serving in the military as well as military spouses. Strayer is also approved by Veterans Affairs to accept and process veteran education benefits. Learn more about Strayer’s active military assistance program here.
In addition to participating fully in the Yellow Ribbon Program, Strayer is approved by Veterans Affairs to accept and process veteran education benefits. Student veterans can receive transfer credit for military training and life experiences.
What coursework do you need to specialize in network management?
Expand your understanding of information technology with core coursework that includes wireless computing, network architecture, cloud computing and other topics. View all courses.
All MSIS students take a set list of required courses. The remaining credits come from their choice of concentration.
Required MSIS courses
This course covers the concepts and infrastructure of wireless systems, how mobility is supported and the interactions among the different wireless components. Emphasis is placed on wireless technologies that deliver reliable voice and data communication to organizational entities.
This course focuses on a managerial approach to designing computing networks. Students will develop procedures and demonstrate best practices to satisfy end-user business and technical requirements. Topics include methods to design organizational networks for functionality, capacity, performance, availability, scalability, affordability and security.
This course examines the technologies, structure and future direction of cloud computing applications. Topics include the technologies associated with cloud computing and the organizational, legal and regulatory issues encountered in cloud computing environments.
This course provides an integrated approach to system analysis and design processes. Students will explore advanced topics to evaluate and select system development methodologies and design system solutions. The role of effective interpersonal communication techniques and integration practices with users and user systems is emphasized.
This course covers the concepts, issues, principles and techniques for managing organizational data resources. Topics include the strategic information requirements of organizations, modeling those requirements using conceptual data modeling techniques, verifying the structural characteristics with normalization and converting the conceptual data models into physical databases. Emphasis will be placed on the application and strategic use of database systems.
This course is an integrative capstone course for the Master of Science in Information Systems program. Students will examine and address real-world projects and problems and apply project management techniques to create practical solutions. The course takes an integrative and senior management approach to address the integration of a broad range of technologies inclusive of databases, security, networking, computer infrastructure and human computer interaction.
MSIS admission requirements
Before you can pursue your master’s degree, you’ll need to enroll at Strayer. Here’s what you’ll need to get started for admission to the university.
Learn more about the admission process at Strayer.
Students applying to Washington, D.C., or New Jersey campuses must provide proof of proper immunization.
Transferring to Strayer from another university?
Some or all of the credits you’ve earned may be transferable.
International MSIS students
We welcome international students from around the globe.
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