Your Program

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Prepare for a leadership position at the forefront of technology and business. 

With a Master of Science in Management Information Systems, you'll leverage technology and realize strategic opportunities in any organization or industry worldwide. Developed with input from corporate recruiters, alumni and industry experts, the UB MS MIS curriculum provides the optimal balance of technical and managerial skills to meet the challenges of our interconnected world.

The Skills You Need

The use of artificial intelligence, cloud computing, machine learning, predictive analytics and business intelligence tools are creating new methods to conduct, operate and manage business in every industry. The technical coursework is infused with the broad perspective you need to advance your career in a rapidly evolving environment. 

 Information Systems
 Overview Gain the broad-based knowledge and skills to transition into management or consultant roles in such areas as cybersecurity, product management and data science.
Number of months 10-12
Number of credits/semester 15-18
Areas of focus Business analysis and process management

Cybersecurity, information assurance, audit

Product or program management

Management consulting and strategy
Pedagogical emphasis Become a technology leader with advanced information systems management skills
Capstone experience each semester? No
Internship Optional

Contact Us

Admissions
150 Jacobs Management Center
Buffalo, NY 14260-4000
Tel:  716-645-3204
som-apps@buffalo.edu

Student Services
203 Alfiero Center
Buffalo, NY 14260-4000
Tel:  716-645-3200
mgtgsrv@buffalo.edu

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International Students

UB's MS in MIS qualifies as a STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) program, which provides an additional 24 months Optional Practical Training (OPT) for F-1 visa holders who began the program in fall 2015 or later. For more information, visit the Department of Homeland Security Study in the States website or UB's International Student Services Office.