Our online program provides individuals with the business and technical skills and knowledge needed to advance their career in information systems. A MSIS degree prepares you for over half of the top 20 jobs, according to Glassdoor.com.
As an information systems professional, you’ll use technology and data management to benefit businesses and other organizations by building databases, improving networks, analyzing data, or designing business applications.
Information systems professionals with an advanced degree, such as a master’s, can use their education to distinguish themselves from others in the workforce, advancing their career and business knowledge.
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According to datausa.io, the average salary for graduates in Information Systems is $92,907.
Launch your career in information systems with an MSIS degree from the University of Cincinnati and open the door to leadership positions within the technology field.
Information systems manager – IS managers possess strong communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills. With an MSIS degree, graduates will further enhance their business and communication skills.
Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) – CISOs are executive-level specialists who focus on maintaining information and data security. These individuals must have a great deal of enterprise business acumen, and need to understand other business disciplines such as finance, HR, and compliance. A MS in information systems provides the perfect mix of business and technical courses for aspiring CISOs.
Chief information officer (CIO) – Key skills for a CIO include a well-rounded mix of expertise in strategic planning, finance, and leadership. An MSIS degree provides the business skills and technical skills needed for an IS professional to move up in the corporate world.
MSIS students come to the program with very diverse backgrounds and professional goals, and they pursue a variety of roles after graduation. The Masters of Science in Information Systems program equips students with broad technical skills to be at the forefront of technological innovation and open doors in many technology management fields.
An example of our alumni job titles includes Data Analyst, Business Intelligence Consultant, Information Technology Consultant, IT Risk and Compliance Consultant, Product Intelligence Manager, Technical Program Manager, and more.
Learn more about the career services offered by the University of Cincinnati Online and the Lindner College of Business, by speaking with an Enrollment Services Advsior today.
University of Cincinnati Lindner College of Business students will learn a variety of skills from their MS in Information Systems. Those skills include:
If you are data driven, and highly analytical, a MS in Information Systems is the graduate degree you’ve been looking for.
The GMAT/GRE is required for the MSIS program; however, waivers are available. Factors determining eligibility are listed below.
We highly recommend applying to your program of choice before taking the GMAT/GRE or sending us your scores.
You may be eligible for an entrance exam waiver if you:
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