Master of Information Systems
Innovative organizations place high value on cross-disciplinary leaders, and we've
positioned our curriculum to meet that demand.
When information technology expertise is blended with traditional business disciplines, our graduates can 'pull it all together' to make timely, informed decisions for their employers.
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.
The job market for Walton MIS graduates continues to be strong, as the demand for combined technological expertise and managerial skills increases. Close partnerships with our corporate partners facilitate recruiting, networking and career opportunities.
Flexible Course Schedule
Students who choose the full-time program option finish their degree in one year.
Working professionals can complete the part-time schedule in less than two years.
The Department of Information Systems and the Graduate School of Business have structured this program to meet the needs of working professionals as well as traditional full-time students. Do you have questions about your schedule options? Contact us.
Just the Facts: Master of Information Systems
1 - 2 Years
The full-time program can be completed in one year. The "professional" part-time program can be completed in less than two years.
The full-time program begins in Summer session. The part-time program begins in the Fall Semester.
Do I Qualify to Enroll?
Complete your undergraduate degree and meet additional requirements. View Requirements
For 2022 admissions, the Full-Time MIS program requires a valid GMAT or GRE exam.
GMAT/GRE is optional for students of the part-time, Professional MIS program who will
be enrolled in Spring, Summer, or Fall 2022.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Early decision: April 1
Final deadline: July 1
Deadline: November 1
View a listing of current Master of Information Systems Students.
This graduate degree is a STEM designated program.