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1 Management & Systems Graduate Programs in Management and Systems Academic 2002/2003

2 Management & Systems Page 2 Why Choose the MS or GC Graduate Program? A model for IT Education A model for IT Education Bridge between Industry and Academia Bridge between Industry and Academia On the Cutting Edge of Industry – Proactive, not Reactive On the Cutting Edge of Industry – Proactive, not Reactive Dynamic and Responsive Dynamic and Responsive Introduction

3 Management & Systems Page 3 Who is the typical student? Curriculum is directed towards a group with work experience – backgrounds include business and/or technology Curriculum is directed towards a group with work experience – backgrounds include business and/or technology Students must be self-disciplined and motivated to succeed online Students must be self-disciplined and motivated to succeed online Online curriculum is designed to meet the requirements of a busy lifestyle – professional and family obligations Online curriculum is designed to meet the requirements of a busy lifestyle – professional and family obligations Introduction

4 Management & Systems Page 4 Critical Success Factors of the Program Dedicated Online Faculty Dedicated Online Faculty Finely Tuned Admissions Criteria Finely Tuned Admissions Criteria Industry-Driven Courses Industry-Driven Courses Peer-to-Peer Learning - Teamwork Peer-to-Peer Learning - Teamwork Faculty Development Faculty Development Audit Process Audit Process Introduction

5 Management & Systems Page 5 Online Environment LEARNERSynchronousAsynchronous Formal Informal

6 Management & Systems Page 6 Course Content and Delivery A wide array of new and exciting courses A wide array of new and exciting courses Courses are delivered asynchronously using forums and posted content and synchronously through live Voice over IP lectures, chats and office hours Courses are delivered asynchronously using forums and posted content and synchronously through live Voice over IP lectures, chats and office hours Emphasis placed on peer to peer learning and teamwork using a robust learning management system Emphasis placed on peer to peer learning and teamwork using a robust learning management system Robust communications software allows for real time discussions between faculty and students Robust communications software allows for real time discussions between faculty and students Introduction

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14 Management & Systems Page 14 Graduate and Advanced Programs Master of Science in Management and Systems Master of Science in Management and Systems Graduate Certificate in Information Technology Graduate Certificate in Information Technology Programs

15 Management & Systems Page 15 MS Requirements Applicant must hold a Bachelors Degree from an Accredited Undergraduate Institution Applicant must hold a Bachelors Degree from an Accredited Undergraduate Institution Successful Applicants typically have an: Successful Applicants typically have an: - Average GPA of Average GMAT score of Average GRE(Verbal plus 1) score of 1,000 - Average Work Experience of 2 years Applicants Personal Statement Applicants Personal Statement Application

16 Management & Systems Page 16 MS Requirements Continued… Complete 2 Letters of Recommendation(Evaluations) Complete 2 Letters of Recommendation(Evaluations) International Students must submit scores from the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), including the Test of Written English (TWE) Successful candidates typically present scores of 575 or above International Students must submit scores from the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), including the Test of Written English (TWE) Successful candidates typically present scores of 575 or above Application

17 Management & Systems Page 17 Requires the completion of 42 credits of graduate education - typically completed in 2 years of part- time study Requires the completion of 42 credits of graduate education - typically completed in 2 years of part- time study 21 credits from required core courses 21 credits from required core courses 12 credits from a concentration 12 credits from a concentration 3 credits from a free elective 3 credits from a free elective 6 credits from a final Research project 6 credits from a final Research project Curriculum

18 Management & Systems Page 18 Course Title Credit Managing in a Global Economy 3 Process Management & Decision Making 3 Financial Management 3 Integrated Marketing Strategies 3 Information Technology 3 Project Management in the Information Age 6 Core Courses Curriculum

19 Management & Systems Page 19 Concentrations Systems Management Systems Management Leadership and Knowledge Management Leadership and Knowledge Management Management in the Internet E-conomy Management in the Internet E-conomy Applied Database Technologies Applied Database Technologies Curriculum New

20 Management & Systems Page 20 This concentration has been designed for the student in search of a program that emphasizes the requirements and competencies that specialists need to be successful in the more technical areas of todays highly technologized business world This concentration has been designed for the student in search of a program that emphasizes the requirements and competencies that specialists need to be successful in the more technical areas of todays highly technologized business world Systems Management

21 Management & Systems Page 21 Course Title Credit Database Management Systems 3 Network Administration 3 Systems Analysis and Design 3 Systems Auditing 3 Management of Telecommunications 3 Data and Network Security 3 Information Architecture 3 Advanced Topics in Systems Management 3 Systems Management

22 Management & Systems Page 22 This concentration has been designed to equip the students with the skills and techniques necessary for an active role in the managerial and strategic areas of technology. This concentration has been designed to equip the students with the skills and techniques necessary for an active role in the managerial and strategic areas of technology. According to U.S. News & World Report, knowledge workers in the United States outnumber all other workers by a four-to-one margin. According to U.S. News & World Report, knowledge workers in the United States outnumber all other workers by a four-to-one margin. Leadership and Knowledge Management

23 Management & Systems Page 23 Course Title Credit Transformational Leadership Team Building 3 Knowledge Management 3 Business Process Risk 3 Strategic Mgmt. of Technologies Innovation 3 Management of Emerging Technologies 3 Management of Telecommunications 3 Internet Business Models and Strategies 3 Advanced Topics in Knowledge Management 3 Leadership and Knowledge Management

24 Management & Systems Page 24 Management in the Internet E-conomy As the Internet has evolved so has the opportunity to deliver information, shopping, entertainment and communication to the consumer. With several dot.com business having suffered business reversals and/or ceasing to exist the industry has come to realize the need for adherence to fundamental business concepts and techniques even in an e-business environment. As the Internet has evolved so has the opportunity to deliver information, shopping, entertainment and communication to the consumer. With several dot.com business having suffered business reversals and/or ceasing to exist the industry has come to realize the need for adherence to fundamental business concepts and techniques even in an e-business environment.

25 Management & Systems Page 25 Course Title Credit I-commerce3 Customer Centric Management Strategies 3 E-business Structures 3 Internet Business Models and Strategies 3 Legal Issues in a Digital E-conomy 3 Information Architecture 3 Business Process Risk 3 Advanced Topics in E-business 3 Management in the Internet E-conomy

26 Management & Systems Page 26 Applied Database Technologies This new concentration has been designed to help professionals gain the necessary skills and knowledge of database management systems, data warehouses, data mining, and emerging database technologies so they are equipped to address the strategic initiatives of todays corporations. Due to the applied nature of these courses they will be offered ONSITE only This new concentration has been designed to help professionals gain the necessary skills and knowledge of database management systems, data warehouses, data mining, and emerging database technologies so they are equipped to address the strategic initiatives of todays corporations. Due to the applied nature of these courses they will be offered ONSITE only

27 Management & Systems Page 27 Course Title Credit Introduction to Database Design & Management 3 Data Mining & Warehousing for a Competitive Adv. 3 Business Data Process & Structure 3 Application Servers 3 Introduction to Database Applications 3 Advanced Systems Design Using O-O Technologies 3 Advanced Applications in Database Technologies 3 Management of the Enterprise 3 Applied Database Technologies

28 Management & Systems Page 28 Research Project Masters Thesis (6 credits) Masters Thesis (6 credits) –Comprehensive research project –Original ideas –Makes a contribution to the body of knowledge in the field of study –Evaluated by the advisor, the department and a professional in industry

29 Management & Systems Page 29 Graduate Certificate This 15-credit graduate program is geared to those who wish to broaden their education and qualifications through post-graduate study but dont need the additional core competencies provided by the Masters of Science Program. This 15-credit graduate program is geared to those who wish to broaden their education and qualifications through post-graduate study but dont need the additional core competencies provided by the Masters of Science Program. The GC student can meet the Certificate requirements by taking four courses in any one concentration area and one additional course from any of the concentration areas for a total of five courses (15 credits) The GC student can meet the Certificate requirements by taking four courses in any one concentration area and one additional course from any of the concentration areas for a total of five courses (15 credits)

30 Management & Systems Page 30 Graduate Certificate Courses in the GC program may be used to satisfy some course requirements for the Masters of Science in Management and Systems. Courses in the GC program may be used to satisfy some course requirements for the Masters of Science in Management and Systems. While enrolled in the GC program, students may apply to the MS program. If admitted, students transfer up to 15 GC credits and then complete a minimum of 27 course credits for a total of 42 credits for the masters degree. While enrolled in the GC program, students may apply to the MS program. If admitted, students transfer up to 15 GC credits and then complete a minimum of 27 course credits for a total of 42 credits for the masters degree.

31 Management & Systems Page 31 Personalized individual career counseling (12,000 appointments plus daily walk-in hours) Personalized individual career counseling (12,000 appointments plus daily walk-in hours) 500 career related seminars on topics including career planning, resume writing, interviewing, job hunting, networking, working abroad, & many more 500 career related seminars on topics including career planning, resume writing, interviewing, job hunting, networking, working abroad, & many more On-Campus Recruiting Program featuring 700 employers & 13,000 on-campus interviews in academic year On-Campus Recruiting Program featuring 700 employers & 13,000 on-campus interviews in academic year Six job fairs attended by hundreds of employers seeking full-time, part-time, & intern candidates Six job fairs attended by hundreds of employers seeking full-time, part-time, & intern candidates NYU Office Of Career Services

32 Management & Systems Page 32 Special Programs/Resources TemPositions Career Resource Center with books, magazines, journals, job search directories, videos, computers, & printers TemPositions Career Resource Center with books, magazines, journals, job search directories, videos, computers, & printers OCS Mentor Network of more than 400 alumni & career related mentors OCS Mentor Network of more than 400 alumni & career related mentors Work Abroad Program & Overseas Mentor Network Work Abroad Program & Overseas Mentor Network Career Week consisting of panels of professionals speaking about an array of career fields Career Week consisting of panels of professionals speaking about an array of career fields Resume Fax Referral for students & recent alumni Resume Fax Referral for students & recent alumni NYU Office Of Career Services

33 Management & Systems Page 33 Networking Skills for Mid-level Professionals Seminar Networking Skills for Mid-level Professionals Seminar Orientation Dinner and Events Orientation Dinner and Events Fall Social Fall Social Spring Meet & Greet the Gurus Spring Meet & Greet the Gurus Graduation Dinner Graduation Dinner NYU Libraries, Gym and Other Resources NYU Libraries, Gym and Other Resources American Language Institute American Language Institute NYU Office of Career Services NYU Office of Career Services Other Events and Resources

34 Management & Systems Page 34 Program Contact Information Telephone: Telephone: Fax: Fax: Mail: 10 Astor Place – 5 th Floor New York, NY Mail: 10 Astor Place – 5 th Floor New York, NY 10003


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