MS-Information Systems

Learn how to manage IT projects, oversee application development, and develop an enterprise-wide IT strategy.

The Master of Science-Information Systems at the University of Michigan-Dearborn will prepare you to manage information systems and the organizational challenges facing information systems managers.  If you have a background in fields such as information technology management, computer science, electronics engineering -- or even if you simply have an aptitude for information technology -- we welcome your application. 

The MS-Information Systems is a US-government "STEM" designated program. International students in this program are eligible to apply for extended time on their student visas to participate in Optional Practical Training (OPT).

Admission and Enrollment

If you have strong analytical skills and an interest in managing information technology, we welcome your application, regardless of your undergraduate major or previous work experience.

Curriculum

The Master of Science-Information Systems requires 10 courses or 30 credit hours.

Similar Degree Options

If you're looking for a broad degree in management, consider the MBA with the Information Systems Management concentration. 

Interested in math, statistics, or quantitative analysis? The MS-Business Analytics with the Information Management concentration might be the best option for you.

See the MS in Information Systems Technology, in the College of Engineering and Computer Science, if you're interested in a more technical degree.

Program Details

College of Business Graduate Office

166 - Fairlane Center South
19000 Hubbard Drive
Dearborn, MI 48126
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