The 36 semester hour graduate program in Information Systems Engineering and Management (ISEM) at Harrisburg University is designed to educate the leaders who can plan, engineer and re-engineer, and manage the systems needed to support the modern digital enterprises. HU graduate studies in ISEM cut across the following three active areas of work:
- Information Systems – latest technologies and approaches (e.g. web-based components, mobile computing and wireless communications, business intelligence, and emerging technologies);
- Systems Engineering – systems thinking and emphasis on systems instead of individual components; enterprise architectures consisting of people, processes and technologies; and,
- Management – business strategies, entrepreneurship, planning integration, security, governance, global enterprises, and agile enterprises.
ISEM at HU is a flexible and interdisciplinary program that emphasizes the enterprise architecture, planning and management issues at global levels. An HU ISEM student may specialize in the following areas: digital government, digital health, entrepreneurship, information security, software engineering and systems development, and an individualized concentration.
International Graduate Student Admissions Requirements and Curricular Practical Training
To receive information on the requirements for graduate admissions for international students, please email your request to CPT@HarrisburgU.edu. Click here for requirements for admissions and Curricular Practical Training! All of the University’s graduate programs are STEM approved and Curricular Practical Training is offered.