Master’s in Information Systems Management

Online / On-Campus MSIS Graduate Degree

The Marist College Master’s of Science in Information Systems Management (ISM) Degree Track has a business application focus emphasizing practical applications of information systems in the workplace. Specific career paths for the graduating ISM professional include systems analyst and/or designer, business analyst, project manager, IS auditor, and information systems manager. This course sequence provides the foundation for professionals who aspire to become a Chief Information Officer (CIO)

Contact Marist to learn more about earning your MSIS Master’s degree through the Information Systems Management concentration. The Information Systems Management Master’s degree is available through our on-campus or online curriculum, allowing students to earn their graduate degree through a flexible schedule.

Master’s of Science in Information Systems Curriculum

Master’s in Information Systems Management students will take seven core classes required by all MSIS students. Students will also be immersed in management, policy, analysis and communications classes.  See MSIS full curriculum.

MSIS Graduate Degree Core Required Courses (21 Credits)

Information Systems Management Graduate Degree Track Required Courses (6 credits)

  • MSIS 620 Emerging Technologies
  • MSIS 621 Enterprise Architecture

Electives (9 credits)

  • courses from Information Systems, Business, Software Development

Information Systems Management Graduate Degree Track Prerequisite:

    • MATH 130 Introduction to Statistics

 Information Systems Master’s Degree Career Paths:

  • Systems Analyst
  • Systems Designer
  • Business Analyst
  • Data Administrators
  • Data Processing Auditors
  • Information Systems Managers
  • Information Systems Consultant
  • Teacher or Professor
  • Chief Information Officer (CIO)
  • Information Systems Project Manager

At Marist College, you have the option to earn your Master’s in Information Systems degree online through our flexible iLearn program. We develop all courses using Sakai, an open-source technology developed by a group of leading international colleges and universities, including Marist. The same faculty that teaches on campus teaches all of our online classes.