Master of Science in Information Systems Audit & Control
Robinson’s Master of Science in Information Systems Audit and Control will prepare you for a wide variety of professional IT-related positions including information systems auditor, information systems security professional, risk professional, chief information officer and internal auditor. These professionals work in nearly all industry sectors.
You’ll hit the ground running.
This hands-on experience and the curriculum in your classes will expose you to topics ranging from auditing the physical security of data centers to auditing the logical security of databases and from cybersecurity to computer forensics.
You’ll learn enterprise-wide approaches for managing growing international risks and emerging regulations plus know how to identify and mitigate information risks, effectively manage security-related incidents, and reduce the impact of these on people, profitability and property.
Graduates of this program qualify for one year of work experience toward the Certified Information Systems Auditor™ (CISA) designation.
The demand for information technology audit and security compliance professionals is there – and we’ll prepare you to be one of them.
The Department of Computer Information Systems
The Master of Science in Information Systems Audit & Control program is administered by Robinson’s Department of Computer Information Systems,which U.S. News & World Report ranked #8 for graduate education among public schools and #9 for undergraduate education in the nation in 2019.