Masters of Science in Information Systems and Assurance (MSISA)
Information propels today’s business environment through both internal and external capacities. While business continue to utilize these capacities, there are risks of security breaches and critical business disruptions. While the majority of information security focuses solely on technical components, this degree provides insight into both the technical and business management principles.
The Master of Science in Information Systems and Assurance is a new degree program targeted at students with an undergraduate degree in one of the following fields: Accounting, Computer science (CS) or computer-related engineering, and Information systems (IS) or information technology (IT).
MSISA students have pursued internships and careers in the following areas: Cybersecurity and Information Assurance, Data Analytics (Big Data), Database Management and Data Warehousing, Fraud, White Collar Crime and Digital & Financial Forensics, Information System Acquisition, Development, and Management, and System & Network Administration and Security.
|Computer Network Architects||9%-13%||$93,990|
|Computer Systems Analysts||14%||$72,980|
|Computer Systems Engineers/Architects||2%-4%||$77,900|
Average median salary should not be expected for an entry level position.
Connect to Internship Opportunities
- Anderson Career Services Blog
- LinkedIn Student & Recent Graduate Jobs
- New Mexico State Personnel Office
- USA Jobs
Local and National Employers of MS - ISA Graduates from Anderson
- Federal Reserve Board of Governors
- Los Alamos National Laboratory
- Sandia National Laboratories
- University of New Mexico
Professional Organizations/Student Organizations
- Community Broadband Focus Committee
- Network Exploitation Security Team (NEST)
- New Mexico Tech Council Cybersecurity Peer group
- Women in Technology
- Association for Information Systems
- Information Resources Management Association
- Information Systems Security Association
- International Association of Computer Information Systems
Connect with Anderson Alumni
MS ISA Faculty Advisor