My current Plan of Study
Learner: Michael Lawrence   iApplicantID: 383707
MBA - Master of Business Administration (2011-09 (V2)) Minimum Units
Computer and Information Security   To Take at NCU Grade Recorded
Foundations   15 First Course: BTM5000-8
BTM5000-8 - Foundations for Graduate Study in Business 3 B+
MGT5019-8 - Ethics in Business 3 Current
SKS5000-8 - Comprehensive Strategic Knowledge Studies 3
MGT5028-8 - Business Statistics 3
HRM5000-8 - Human Resources Management 3
Specializations   15
Computer and Information Security   15
CIS5000-8 - Introduction to Computer Security 3
CIS5002-8 - Corporate Computer and Network Security 3
CIS5003-8 - Cyber Forensics: Collecting, Examining, and Preserving Evidence of Computer and Information Crimes 3
CIS5008-8 - Risk Management in Information Assurance and Security 3
CIS6010-8 - Computer Information and Security 3
Electives   0

30 units are required to complete this degree program. 30 units have been selected.

Master of Business Administration,

Management Information Systems Specialization

I have 2 Classes Transfer Credit from Prior Graduate Work , so Taking the remaining few will Beget me another MBA , as the previous MBA classes Foundations  are thus The Same.

MIS5000-8 Management Information Systems This course provides a basic understanding of the value and uses of information systems for business operations, management decision-making, and strategic advantage and this edition focuses on E. Business. Thus, this course provides Learners with an understanding of the ways in which they can utilize information systems as end user managers. It concentrates on providing the tools needed for mastery of the information systems concepts and terms, which are important to end user managers. This course is designed for Learners who want an overview of information systems from a business perspective or who expect to be managerial end users of information systems. It shows how to use computer data processing to manage money, marketing, manpower, materials, and manufacturing.
MIS5002-8Database Management Systems This course focuses on data as a valuable organizational resource that must be managed, distributed and kept secure. Information is the lifeblood of the modern organization. Information that is managed in an effective manner is often the difference between success and failure. For this reason, more and more organizations have come to depend on database systems to pool and to protect this valuable commodity. This course introduces the Learner to the essential principles that guide the design, implementation, and management of effective database systems.
MIS5004-8 Telecommunications Management Telecommunications network specialists, consultants, managers, satellite tracking system designers, and technical support engineers who manage corporate network equipment, facilities, and land-lines will be able to understand the need to migrate from traditional communications networks to 21st century communication wireless, sensor, and broadband networks. This course will look at the managerial issues involved in building digital production and distribution technologies and network architectures to deliver reliable, consistent, low cost services.
MIS5011-8 Computer Management Consulting This course provides a focus on information systems security applicable to the business environment. The intention is to emulate real-world considerations, so that practical and proven strategies are examined and considered. Topics include: computer security technology and principles; software security; management issues; cryptographic considerations; and operating system security.
MIS6010-8 Management Information Systems Project The Learner will conduct a research study of a topic, within the academic discipline of Management of Information Systems and document the results in a formal project report. The Learner will be able to demonstrate the ability to conduct an investigation on a work place problem, identify an area for intervention, critique, justify, and recommend a plan, based on the status of the issue under study, and recommend a plan of action, applying principles with ethical considerations, and fiduciary responsibilities.  this too is a consideration ...
Doctor of Business Administration
Computer and Information Security Specialization

Classes Completed , Prior To Transfer .

Master of Science In management, Information Systems Management With Information Security concentration
Keller Graduate School of Management of DeVry University
Strategic Management of Technology (TM583)
Managerial Applications of Information Technology (IS535)
Accounting and Finance: Managerial Use and Analysis (FI504)
Networking Concepts and Applications (IS589)
Principles of Information Security and Privacy (SE571)

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Student: Michael Lawrence Student ID: 240050 Original Start Date : 7/17/2007 Student GPA: 2.00

Program: MIT-08 Master's Information Technology
Enrollment #: LA07053592 Status: Withdraw 
Start Date: Drop Date: 10/12/2007
Term: TRANSFER Transfer Credit
Transferred from:
9511 Angola Ct, Indianapolis IN 46268, USA
Baccalaureate Degree Completed 0.00 180.00 TC 0.00

ITS610-0703A-01  Information Systems 
ITN620-0703B-01 Enterprise Network Design