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If you are an information technology professional seeking advancement in the field, Colorado Technical University's Doctor of Computer Science in Enterprise Information Systems program could help you reach your goal. Read on for more information about the Doctor of Computer Science in Enterprise Information Systems program.
Colorado Technical University's Doctor of Computer Science in Enterprise Information Systems program is a three-year program consisting of online courses, mentored projects, and residencies in information systems management. Program coursework covers IT business strategies, project management, global and virtual supply chain management, enterprise integrated systems, enterprise architectures, IT service operations, security issues, and future trends in enterprise systems. After the first year, students can choose an area of specialization in requirements engineering, strategy, structure, or decision support. Research and writing opportunities allow students to work with a faculty mentor to complete projects and develop practical skills in their chosen specialization.
A master's degree is typically required for those seeking to enter the Doctor of Computer Science in Enterprise Information Systems program. Colorado Technical University offers those without a graduate degree the opportunity to earn a master's degree in computer science or management while pursuing this doctorate. Applicants to all of Colorado Technical University's programs must have a high school diploma or equivalent; some programs have additional requirements.
You must complete 96 credits in this program to earn the Doctor of Computer Science degree in Enterprise Information Systems. The curriculum is presented in 12 instructional courses and 12 research and writing courses. Students must also attend two symposia per year and complete a dissertation or research paper option.
Enterprise Information Systems Course Requirements
|Course Code||Course Name|
|CS 801||Research and Writing I|
|CS 802||Qualitative Analysis|
|CS 806||Research and Writing II|
|CS 811||Research and Writing III|
|CS 812||Quantitative Analysis|
|CS 816||Research and Writing IV|
|CS 817||Foundations of Enterprise Information Systems|
|CS 821||Research and Writing V|
|CS 826||Research and Writing VI|
|CS 831||Research and Writing VII|
|CS 836||Research and Writing VIII|
|CS 841||Research and Writing IX|
|CS 842||Business Intelligence|
|CS 846||Research and Writing X|
|CS 851||Research and Writing XI|
|CS 856||Research and Writing XII|
|EIS 800||Strategy, Alignment, and Portfolio Management|
|EIS 805||Enterprise Management Concepts and Databases|
|EIS 810||Managing, Planning and Integrating EIS|
|EIS 815||Enterprise Tools, Concepts, and Databases|
|EIS 820||Enterprise Architecture Technology|
|EIS 825||Information Technology Service Management|
|EIS 830||Governance, Quality, Compliance, and Ethics|
|MGMT 852||Enterprise Change, Innovation and Future|
Graduates of Colorado Technical University's Doctor of Computer Science in Enterprise Information Systems program could choose management careers in corporate IT departments or computer consulting firms. They could work in areas of information systems design, implementation, management, or service and repair. Positions graduates could pursue include:
CTU does not guarantee employment or salary. University grants or scholarships are based on established criteria as published in the University's catalog and are awarded after verification that the conditions of eligibility have been met.