The Master of Science in Information Systems program focuses on technical, managerial and policy issues associated with constructing and managing computer-based information systems for modern organizations.
Similar to an MBA or Law degree, this program is explicitly designed to accommodate students from wide ranging undergraduate degree backgrounds. No thesis is required. We also offer a Graduate Certificate in Information Systems that requires half the course work of the MS program.
These graduate programs are offered both on campus and in entirety by distance methods.
To discover more about the graduate programs in Information Systems, please explore the menu items. For specific information, please contact Information Systems Graduate Coordinator, Associate Professor Silvia Nittel (firstname.lastname@example.org).