Minot State University
Master of Science in Information Systems
The online Master of Science in Information Systems is designed to develop technologically sophisticated business executives who forecast technology needs, develop information systems infrastructures, manage existing systems, and communicate inter-departmentally. This program provides opportunities for graduates to assume greater management responsibilities within their organizations.
Graduates will be prepared to pursue career opportunities, such as, consulting, data administration, systems integration, networking, telecom and infrastructure, managing sourcing and global projects, consumer products and services, project management and software development.
Degree Level: Master
Delivery Format: 100% Online
Accelerated Degree: No
Accreditation & Licensing
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
Proof of completion of undergraduate degree from accredited institution. Have an undergraduate degree in CIS or MIS or, Have an undergraduate degree in business, plus additional undergraduate MIS courses or, Have an undergraduate degree, plus additional undergraduate business and MIS courses, or, Have an undergraduate degree, experience in MIS, plus additional undergraduate courses depending upon undergraduate degree. Official transcripts. Minimum cumulative undergraduate GPA of 2.75; if not met, GPA of 3.00 or above for the last 60 hours of coursework will be considered. Resume or CV. Statement of purpose. Three letters of recommendation. Satisfaction of Minot State University’s English proficiency requirement.
Minot State University is a public, four-year, liberal arts institution of higher learning located in the rural town of Minot, North Dakota. Originally, Minot State university was a two year normal school, assisting in the preparation of teaching services in the northwestern region of North Dakota. By the 1920s, the school began granting bachelor’s degrees, and in 1964 the school adopted a new title, Minot State College. Minot State became a University in 1987, and today, the public, four-year institution includes a graduate program awarding master’s degrees.
Minot State University offers degree and certificate options, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Distance education programs are housed in the Center for Extended Learning, and students can earn online degrees at all levels. Most coursework is offered in asynchronous 24/7 formats.
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