Our program serves a diverse student body. There are people with degrees in business and information systems, degrees in related fields and professional experience, and those who are new to the field. Students gain experience in areas such as:
- IT infrastructure and networking
- Analysis modeling and design
- Enterprise models
- Emerging technology and issues
- Project and change management
- Strategy, and policy and risk
Many of our MSIS students work full time while studying part-time in the program. Students can attend class on campus, tune in virtually live or watch recorded sessions post class-time. This "HYFLEX" format allows you to manage your other work and life commitments alongside your studies.
If you are just seeking additional certification, we offer graduate certificates in Enterprise Systems and Health Information Systems. These certifications give our students the tools they need to be competitive in these rapidly growing fields.
The Madden School of Business is rooted in the belief that pursuing an Information Systems graduate degree is a life-changing experience. The program is supported by the Jesuit ideal of Cura Personalis (care of the whole person), so you will feel supported every step of the way.