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Master's in Management Information Systems

Started in 1998, the OSU master’s degree in management information systems focuses on providing solutions to business information systems, data and security needs. Consistently recognized for producing outstanding students, the program has increased in size and produced graduates who have been successful in a variety of roles across the business enterprise. To accommodate the changes in the IT marketplace, our curriculum is regularly reviewed and revised.

Curriculum

The STEM-designated program requires 34 credit hours for degree completion, including courses on MIS in business, database management, data warehousing, systems analysis, programming for data science, big data, health analytics, visualization, security, information assurance and professional development.

 

Research and Faculty

Rick Wilson

"Our faculty are actively engaged in cutting-edge, practical and value-added research and are internationally renowned scholars in their specialties."

- Dr. Rick Wilson
Department Head of Management Science & Information Systems

Meet our Departmental Faculty

 

Admissions

Admissions are decided on a holistic approach with successful candidates meeting the following preferences: 

  • A minimum GMAT score of 550 or GRE score of 305, with scores above 51st percentile in each of the test areas.
  • At least a 3.0 undergraduate GPA, and at least a 3.25 GPA in major.

Admissions are for the fall semester only with a July 1 deadline for U.S. citizens and March 1 deadline for international students. 

 

Cost & Assistance

Cost for each program will vary depending on credit-hours taken, scholarship funding, assistantships and financial aid. Complete the Free Application for Federal

Student Aid (FAFSA) to calculate eligibility for aid.

 

Assistantships vary by department. Please contact the program coordinator for information on assistantships and funding opportunities.

 

Cost

Scholarships

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