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Master of Science in Information Systems

Be Part of the Future in the Tech Capital of the World

 

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Information systems drive business. All the way from the companies that build the technology itself to disparate disciplines such as construction, education, and banking—the speed of business is dependent on Information Systems. Our Masters of Science in Information System (MSIS) degree equips you with the knowledge and skills to design, build, and manage the information systems. Renowned researchers and experienced Silicon Valley veterans teach you how to apply cutting-edge information technology to solve important challenges in business, technology, and society.

Our MSIS program is accredited by the Association for Computing Machinery and Association for Information Systems. We regularly refresh our electives to offer you both the fundamentals that you need for success and the latest technology. Your program concludes with a capstone project that allows you to either solve an important problem for one of our Silicon Valley company partners or to pursue your own idea that may end up to be the nucleus of your own company. 

Program Overview

 

Fulltime and
Flexible part-time
 
Program Duration
 
Cohort style with
elective options
 
Course Delivery
 
Evening and
Saturday classes
 
Class Schedule
 
STEM-Designated
Degree
 
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Class Profile

 

Average Age

25 

Male

25% 

Female

75% 

Average GPA

3.30 

Average GMAT

648 

Average GRE

315 

Average Months of Work Experience: 30

 
Bronco Career Outcomes
100%
OF GRADUATES FELT THAT THE PROGRAM MET THEIR CAREER GOALS
 
90%
OF GRADUATES WERE EMPLOYED WITHIN 6-MONTHS OF GRADUATION
 

Tuition and Financial Aid

 

48
 
Number of Units
 
Merit Scholarships
 
Available 
 
$1,193
 
Cost per Unit (2020-21) 

For details on payment options and schedules, visit the Bursar's website here  »

Financial Aid
Federal and Private Loans
The University Financial Aid Office can help in locating and applying for these types of aid. You may visit the staff in Patricia A. and Stephen C. Schott Admission and Enrollment Services Building; call (408) 551-1000, or email onestop@scu.edu.

Federal financial aid is not available for non-US citizens, except in cases where they have attained Permanent Resident status and have made application for citizenship. International students are eligible for scholarships.

Scholarships
All applicants to an MS program are considered for a scholarship if they submit their completed application by the posted deadline. Awards are based on professional accomplishments and outstanding scholarship as demonstrated in collegiate transcripts, GMAT or GRE score and recent coursework. The Graduate Business Office does not award need-based scholarships.

Scholarship recipients are awarded at the time of admission. Scholarships are awarded each term (except Summer), through graduation, conditioned upon quarterly and cumulative 3.3 GPA throughout the program.

Students are eligible to receive only one Leavey School of Business Scholarship. Students who are receiving the Food & Agribusiness scholarship are not eligible to receive a second LSB scholarship.

The Graduate Business Programs office can help with applying for scholarships. For questions, call (408) 554-4539 or send your questions to msadmissions@scu.edu

Curriculum

MSIS Curriculum falls within four broad clusters: Core IS coursework is comprised of 16 units, Business Core is 6 units, electives consist of 16 units and Integration consists of 10 units, totaling 48 units. Click here for the most recent courses offered in the MSIS program.

MSIS course descriptions here »

MSIS Graduate Bulletin here »

MSIS Information Sheet »

Note: Courses are subject to change and availability in a given quarter is not guaranteed.

Object Oriented Software Design

Information Systems Analysis and Design - Systems Modeling

Information Systems Analysis and Design - Software Dev. Life Cycles

Database Management - Fundamentals of SQL

Database Management - Design, Development & Administration

Data Analytics

Financial and Managerial Accounting
Information Systems Strategy and Management
To complete your MSIS degree, you will apply your knowledge and skills on a real-world project.  Ten (10) units are required. See more about integration and application here »

MSIS Faculty

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Assistant Professor, Information Systems & Analytics, Program Director for MSIS

Michele Samorani

 
Haibing Lu

DEPARTMENT CHAIR, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, INFORMATION SYSTEMS & ANALYTICS

Haibing Lu

 Ghiassi, Manoochehr

PROFESSOR, INFORMATION SYSTEMS & ANALYTICS

Manoochehr Ghiassi

Adjunct Lecturer Alan Tan

ADJUNCT LECTURER, INFORMATION SYSTEMS & ANALYTICS

Alan Tan

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Questions?

Our MSIS program makes you a tech expert in the tech capital of the world with its project-based curriculum.

Meet with us in an Advising Appointmentvisit a class or attend an information session, check our updated and relevant curriculum as you consider the Masters in Information Systems program that connects best to Silicon Valley. Need more information or have any questions? Contact us at msadmissions@scu.edu or call us at 1-408-554-4539.



MS Programs Admissions

MS Admissions, Assistant Director, Susan Macias-Gutierrez Head Shot

Assistant Director, MS Admissions

Susan Macias Gutierrez

MS Program Management

Senior Assistant Dean, Graduate Business Programs, Toby McChesney Head Shot

Senior Assistant Dean, Graduate Business Programs

Toby McChesney

Senior Director, MS Programs, Ramie Fernandez Head Shot

Senior Director, MS Programs

Ramie Fernandez

MSIS Faculty Director

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Director MSIS

Michele Samorani

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