In a technology-driven world, information systems are more important than ever. Business leaders are increasingly called upon to use data and technology to innovate, transform, and drive business decisions. Because of this IS professionals are in-demand across a variety of industries—from consulting, finance, technology, retail, and more.
The Carl H. Lindner College of Business Master of Science in Information Systems degree will provide you with the knowledge and hands-on experience to effectively design and implement technology, manage projects, drive business decisions, and communicate data insights.
UC’s online Master’s in Information Systems program provides a flexible, innovative curriculum, accommodating students with diverse educational backgrounds and work experiences. The program is known for its strengths in the areas of ERP, business intelligence, database design and modeling, and project management. Flexible class options accommodate working, part-time students.
We understand the importance of hands-on learning. That why you won’t just learn about business and technology, you’ll gain real-life experience that will set you a part in the workforce. To meet the credit hours for the industry practicum (also known as the experiential component of this program), MS Information Systems students have three options:
For students with undergraduate business degree (36 credit hours)
For students without undergraduate business degree (44 credit hours)
Students must take 20 hours of core courses.
Students must take 14 hours of electives.
Students must complete an industry practicum.
These courses are required for students without an undergraduate business degree accredited by AACSB.
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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