Keiser University's Graduate School provides student-centered, quality career education that enables you to make an immediate contribution to your profession. For over 35 years, Keiser University's commitment to excellence has led to success for our graduates.
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Our unique combination of a strong curriculum rich in relevant courses for today's workforce and our student-first approach provides an outstanding academic experience. Regardless of the degree program chosen, you will be part of a caring, learning environment, whether online or on campus, led by experienced faculty who bring textbooks to life with real-world challenges and solutions.
Keiser University's Graduate School programs are offered 100 percent online. Hybrid options (online and on-campus classes) are offered for our MBA program at some campus locations.
Todayís modern business world could not function properly without online information retrieval, storage and data. Computers, advancing technology and the Internet have made experts in information system technology an imperative part of a business team. These specialists ensure that a companyís intranet and Web site operate properly and without error. Because the Web, computers, software and online technologies are continuously changing and developing, information systems professionals must consistently stay current with online computer trends and methods.
The Associateís Degree in Information Systems program at Potomac College gives students the educational degree foundation that allows them flexibility in choosing their future careers. The information systems management career curriculum was created to provide students with the ability to interpret and manage the technological information resources of a business or organization. This course of study at Potomac College teaches a basic and thorough comprehension of information system management fundamentals. This allows students to function successfully in a wide variety of corporate environments.
Potomacís school locations, in both Washington, D.C. and Virginia, help current students obtain a thorough and comprehensive understanding of the logical and physical information system processes and its components through in-depth courses. These career-oriented classes provide exposure to data and information storage, retrieval, manipulation, transmission, communication, presentation and analysis. Students also study the computerís substantial and ever-changing impact on the corporate world.