University of Arkansas

Walton College

The Sam M. Walton College of Business

Master of Information Systems Degree

Only in the Walton College can you experience this unique combination of curriculum, world-class computing experience, and hands-on approach to learning.

Benefits of the Degree

The Walton College has created the MIS degree to provide you with both the business and real-world perspectives that employers are seeking.

MIS students receive the benefits of a cutting-edge curriculum that is revised and updated on a semester-by-semester basis.

Thanks to technology gifts from worldwide leaders in business, the Walton College provides its MIS students with hands-on exposure to numerous industry tools that are being used in the business world.

Programs Available

Master of Information Systems (MIS)
A full-time program in Information Systems designed for your career needs.

Professional Master of Information Systems (PMIS)
A part-time program for working professionals--earn a masters degree in Information Systems designed for you.

Business Analytics Certificate
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Certificate
Blockchain Enterprise Systems Certificate

 

Learn More

Additional info about the MIS can be found at the Graduate School of Business.

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Requirements

View a list of entry requirements for the MIS program.

Requirements

Curriculum

View course listing for the Full-Time, Professional and Certificate programs.

Coursework Certificate Curriculum

Our Purpose

"The goal in making these resources available is to help our students better understand how data warehousing, e-business and other systems work together. With these facilities, we can teach the concepts of data warehousing and data mining. Students are able to use multiple platforms, large-scale computers and databases and pull it all together."

- Paul Cronan, Professor of Information Systems

New & Noteworthy

Blockchain in Business: What Do Companies’ 10-K Reports Say About DLT?

Blockchain in Business: What Do Companies’ 10-K Reports Say About DLT?

Three researchers from the Walton College at the University of Arkansas – Mary Lacity, Kris Allee and Yaping Zhu – looked at SEC-required reports to “examine companies’ propensity to discuss blockchains in their 10-Ks in order to measure the degree of their investment in this technology.”

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Frizzell Selected as Walton College Employee of the Quarter

Frizzell Selected as Walton College Employee of the Quarter

Along with Frizzell, Karen McDowell and Sandra Cox Birchfield were also nominated for their contributions to Walton College.

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Walton College to Host Artificial Intelligence Course in Little Rock

Walton College to Host Artificial Intelligence Course in Little Rock

Walton College is hosting a lunch and learn course “Harnessing Artificial Intelligence in Organizations” from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, July 25. Register today.

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