Next Generation Technologies Requirements – The following courses comprise the Master of Science in Next Generation Technologies – 36 semester hours. The semester hour value of each course appears in parentheses.


CORE REQUIREMENTS

Complete all of the following Core courses – 15 semester hours:

ISEM 500
Strategic Information Systems Planning, Engineering and Management of Enterprises
(3 credits)
ISEM 540
Enterprise Architecture and Integration
(3 credits)
ISEM 515
Commercialization of New Technologies
(3 credits)

OR

ISEM 528
Industry Analysis and Technology Patterns
(3 credits)
NGEN 585
Principles of Software Architecture Patterns
(3 credits)

Choose one of the following courses – 3 semester hours

CISC 595
Software Architecture Pattern Design & Implementation
(3 credits)

OR

ISEM 501
Information and Communication Technologies Principles
(3 credits)

OR

PMGT 510
Principles of Project Management
(3 credits)

OR

ANLY 500
Analytics I: Principles and Applications
(3 credits)

OR

CISC 504
Principles of Programming Languages
(3 credits)

OR

CISC 610
Data Structures and Algorithms
(3 credits)

OR

Any other graduate core course

Complete the following experiential courses – 6 semester hours:

GRAD 695
Research Methodology and Writing
(3 credits)
NGEN 699
Applied Project in Disruptive Technologies
(3 credits)

OR

GRAD 699
Graduate Thesis
(3 credits)

Complete one of the following concentrations (15 semester hours):
Blockchain:

NGEN 520
Foundations of Blockchain
(3 credits)
NGEN 525
Evolution of Crypto Assets and Tokens
(3 credits)
NGEN 534
Implementing Smart Contract and DApps
(3 credits)
NGEN 540
Industry Blockchain and Blockchain-as-a-Service
(3 credits)
NGEN 545
Major Blockchain Trade-offs and Choices
(3 credits)
NGEN 560
Internet of Money and Future of Blockchains
(3 credits)

Quantum Information Science:

NGEN 530
Foundations of Quantum Information Science
(3 credits)
NGEN 550
Programming Quantum Computers
(3 credits)
NGEN 570
Algorithms and Applications of Quantum Computing
(3 credits)
Elective*
(6 credits)

*The student can choose a course(s) from any Master of Science program in their area of interest.