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        Dual Degree Options

        Greatly increase your perceived value and earning potential among employers by getting a dual degree in Information Systems and Business Administration. This program requires a total of 55 credit hours, and with planning, you can choose to add a graduate certificate in addition to the master’s degrees.

        Admissions Requirements

        • Minimum undergraduate GPA of 2.75
        • GMAT preferred, GRE also accepted
        • Official transcripts from all institutions attended
        • Personal statement
        • Résumé
        • Two letters of recommendation

        Curriculum

        Core Courses

        • BUSI 7110: Financial Analysis
        • BUSI 7120: Quantitative Decision Making
        • BUSI 7130: Strategic Analysis and the Competitive Environment
        • BUSI 7140: Organizational Leadership, Ethics, and Change
        • BUSI 7150: Operations Excellence
        • BUSI 7160: Advanced Professional Development
        • BUSI 7210: Marketing and Consumer Theory
        • BUSI 7220: Information Systems for the Competitive Advantage
        • BUSI 7230: Cost Analysis and Systems
        • BUSI 7250: Global Business Experience
        • BUSI 7310: Integrated Business Project and Case Analysis
        • ISMN 7660: Information Systems Analysis and Design
        • ISMN 7830: Advanced Database Management
        • ISMN 7980: MIS Project

        Electives

        • 15 credit hours of graduate-level information systems or business analytics courses

        Program Requirements

        MSIS

        In addition to completing the coursework listed, all MSF students are required to complete a major project in their last semester. Students will work with a faculty advisor to complete their project on an approved topic and present it near the end of the semester. The project and presentation can be completed and presented at a distance.

        MBA

        All MBA students are required to take BUSI 7310: Integrated Business Project and Case Analysis (TRAC) near the end of the program. TRAC students work on a live case for a local, regional, national, or international client and present findings at the end of the semester.

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        April Hurley

        April Hurley

        Student Services Coordinator

        Harbert College of Business Complex

        Renée Pratt

        Graduate Programs Officer