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MS in Management Information System
University of Michigan - Ann Arbor

Overview

The degree is offered through the Rackham School of Graduate Studies. As in the cases of existing MS degree programs in the College of Engineering and Computer Science, the course offerings for the MS (IS&T) program are mainly in late afternoon and evening hours to enable students to earn the degree through part-time study.

Courses:

Required courses:

  • Database Management Systems
  • Enterprise Information Systems
  • Object Oriented Systems Design

Choose two courses of the following three courses:

  • Web Information Management
  • Information Systems Engineering
  • Information Security and Quality

Details

NA

Annual Tuition Fee*

18 Months

Course Duration

30

Course Credits

On Campus

Delivery Medium

Course Link

Tuition Link

Admissions

Application Fee

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Application Link

Application Deadline

01/01/2022

Summer

Pre-Requisities

Documents

Submit an Online Application, Statement of Purpose, Resume or CV, Letters of Recommendation, Submit Official College/University Transcripts, English Language Proficiency, Test Scores (GRE/GMAT), International Transcript Evaluation

Min English Scores

TOEFL

84

IELTS

6.5

Academic Pre-Requisites

  • Applicants must hold a four-year bachelor’s degree in a related discipline from an accredited institution and be able to demonstrate a superior undergraduate academic record
  • ILETS minimum score of: 6.5
  • TOEFL minimum score of: 82

Students

23

Yocketers have applied

10

Yocketers got admits

435

Yocketers are interested

Average Profile of Admits

318

GRE

112

TOEFL

8

IELTS

Sush S

Admit

Management Information System
  • fall 2021

Chirag Huria

Admit

Management Information System
  • fall 2021

Shivang Dalal

Admit

Management Information System
  • fall 2020

Sumedh Shah

Admit

Management Information System
  • fall 2021

Dipika Jiandani

Admit

Management Information System
  • fall 2019

Opportunities

The School of Information has long valued practical experience for students. As part of this, internships are highly encouraged and required for some degree programs. Following a model for experience-based learning, internships allow students to apply what they’ve learned in the classroom. This practice leads students to reflect on the experience while considering how this will impact their future actions. Going through this cycle allows students to develop deeper knowledge for their future career. We strive to facilitate this type of integrative learning that will allow students to develop their identity as an information professional.