The Master of Science in Information Systems program serves the needs of current IS professionals who wish to continue their educational path, as well as provides alternative career training for those who wish to earn a professional degree to complement their liberal arts or other non-IS education. The MS-IS is also designed for IS professionals and others who wish to strengthen their competencies, gain greater knowledge and understanding, and further their positions as leaders in the field. The program prepares graduates to become experts in information systems and their uses as a means to further the goals of the organization.
The MS-IS program is right for you if you want to:
- Pursue an MS-IS while balancing your job, travel, or life commitments.
- Expand your network of professional relationships.
- Interact with a talented and experienced faculty as well as talented and experienced fellow students.
You can begin your MS-IS in September, January, or May. Courses will be offered through the COB online program. You can enter the MS-IS with any undergraduate degree.
Business Foundation Courses (choose 3 courses/9 credits)
Developing and Interpreting Financial Information
Computers and Information Systems
Network Application Development
Global Outsourcing of IS Activities
Credits required for MS-MIS degree -- 30 – 48 hours
The Master of Science in Information Systems program consists of 30 – 48 graduate credits, including up to 6 graduate transfer credits and/or up to 33 graduate waiver credits. Regardless of waivers and/or transfer credit received, the MS-IS degree requires a minimum of 30 credits. If more than 18 credits are waived, additional MIS courses must be taken to reach the 30 credit minimum.