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        Dual Degree Options

        By earning a dual degree, you can greatly increase your value and earning potential among employers, giving you an edge as you enter the professional business world. That’s why we offer a dual degree option that allows you to earn an MBA and Master of Science in Information Systems (MSIS) in just 54 total credit hours. With careful planning, you could even add on a graduate certificate to expand your credentials.

        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


        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: Strategic Marketing Management
        • BUSI 7220: Information Systems for the Competitive Advantage
        • BUSI 7230: Cost Analysis and Systems
        • BUSI 7310: Integrated Business Project and Case Analysis
        • ISMN 7660: Information Systems Analysis and Design
        • ISMN 7830: Database Development and Design
        • ISMN 7980: MMIS Project


        • 15 credit hours of graduate level Information Systems or Business Analytics courses

        Program Requirements


        All MSIS students are required to complete a major project in their last semester of the program. Students work with a faculty advisor to complete the 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. More information on the major project is provided after admission.


        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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        Yen-Yao Wang

        Yen-Yao Wang

        Director of Business Analytics and Information Systems Masters and Certificate Programs
        Associate Professor

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        April Hurley

        April Hurley

        Student Services Coordinator