Technology touches every aspect of business today through innovative tools, platforms, analytics and data. Be one of the professionals framing it, fueling it and driving it further.
What You'll Learn
Solve the challenges of today’s tech-driven business world by learning to use IT to support business processes and strategic needs. You’ll gain valuable skills in enterprise data management and will learn to analyze business and rethink business processes.
Complete 30-33 credits, including your core courses and the electives to fulfill your concentration of choice—Security and Information Assurance, Business Intelligence and Analytics or Managing Business Operations.
ranked public graduate information systems program
U.S. News & World Report
months to complete the MS MIS program
of program students pursue a dual degree
MBA, MS in Business Analytics, MS in Accounting
Add to Your Master's in MIS
You’ll need a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college with a GPA of 3.0 or higher. You’ll also need to provide GMAT or GRE scores plus official transcripts, resume, letters of recommendation, graduate college application and a video recorded statement of purpose.
International students will need a comparable degree to a U.S. bachelor’s. Copies of TOEFL/IELTS scores are required for students whose native language isn’t English, with a composite test score of 7 and no subject area below 6.
January 15: Fall Admission
Return on Investment
Return on Investment
Gain future employers’ notice with a graduate degree from a program that’s ranked in the top five nationally for more than 30 consecutive years. You’ll join the 96 percent of our graduates who are employed six months after graduation. They’re innovating in their industries already—and changing their lives for good.
Resident: $12,272 per semester
Non-resident: $22,447 per semester
Tuition and fees subject to change.
Most of our MS MIS graduates receive employment offers by the time they graduate, with the remainder following suit within the next six months. You’ll be highly in demand anywhere information systems matter—enterprise businesses, government and private organizations.