University of Arkansas

Walton College

The Sam M. Walton College of Business

Master of Information Systems

Employers around the world seek to recruit and retain top talent who can assume technology leadership roles.  The Master of Information Systems degrees offered by the Walton College are designed to groom these leaders.

Selective Enrollment

Admission to Walton College MIS programs is highly competitive and selective. Enrollment in each program is limited.

Two Degree Options

The full-time MIS program can be completed in one year. The part-time program, designed for working professionals, can be completed in less than two years.

 


Master of Information Systems
Masters Degree (MIS)

This 30-credit-hour program is designed to provide the skills and knowledge necessary to be successful in today's highly competitive, constantly changing world of business technology.

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Professional Master of Information Systems
Masters Degree (PMIS)

Designed for working professionals, this 30 hour program is completed in less than 2 years. Students take 6 hours each semester and meet approximately one Saturday every month.

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New & Noteworthy

Three New Business Graduate Degrees Created to Meet Industry Demand

Three New Business Graduate Degrees Created to Meet Industry Demand

Walton College now offers three new graduate degrees: Master of Professional Accounting, Master of Applied Business Analytics and Master of Science in Supply Chain Management. Classes begin fall 2020.

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Walton College to Host 2020 Women in IT Conference

Walton College to Host 2020 Women in IT Conference

Walton College is hosting the 2020 Women in IT Conference on April 8 at the University of Arkansas.

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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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