Master of Science in Information Systems

The Master of Science in Information Systems (MSIS) program at MSU prepares students to become information systems professionals who can successfully develop, acquire, and integrate information technology across levels and functions of a firm in the continually changing global business environment. The MSIS degree equips students with critical technical skills, strengthens communication skills, enhances understanding of business functions/operations, and helps develop students' understanding of the link between organizations and information technology.


Admission & Completion Requirements

This 30-hour program can be started in the spring, summer, or fall semester. The MSIS degree includes 18 hours of required BIS courses, plus two BIS and two free elective courses.

For more information, please visit the MSIS Catalog, or contact Dr. Bob Otondo.