People may be the heart of an organization, but the effective flow and management of data is ultimately what keeps the organization healthy. This requires an astute blend of technical and leadership skills; it’s more than infrastructure and it’s certainly more than administration. The master of science in information systems management program embraces this balance to prepare you for senior leadership roles in a wide range of data-driven environments. The program is intentionally designed to address both the system and the human elements of safeguarding, extracting, and interpreting organizational data. You will also gain valuable experience in communicating results of data analysis to both internal and external stakeholders.
The costs of a data breach are staggering, and it seems that a new incident is in the news every day. With the cybersecurity emphasis, you will learn to create holistic procedures that prevent threats from the competition or from hackers, before it happens.
Data-driven insights are now the norm across every facet of the enterprise. Everybody wants data, from marketing and supply chain to human resources and everything in between. Develop the knowledge and skills you need to gather, analyze, and interpret data that propels the organization forward.
Transfer up to 12 credits toward your degree. Credits need to have been earned from a nationally or regionally accredited institution recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation. You’ll want to be sure to let your Admission Specialist know if you have earned credits previously.
The Master of Science in Information Systems Management is earned by completing 30 graduate credits.
Tailor your education to best suit your career goals with courses based on your selected area of emphasis.
To be considered for admission, you'll need:
Applicants not meeting minimum requirements may gain admission through the comprehensive review process. International degrees are considered on an individual basis. For complete information, view the full admission requirements.
To ensure an admission decision for the semester you intend to start on your degree, you'll want to submit your application and supporting materials by: