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  • Why a Masters of Science Information Systems at Le Moyne?

    Computer-based information systems are critical to the creation of products and services, to operations, and to the management of businesses. They are also an integral part of an organization’s overall strategy as they support management processes at all levels and are critical to problem identification, analysis and decision-making.

    Le Moyne's innovative 30-credit master’s degree program in information systems is designed for individuals who manage information technology and the systems development process. You will develop the skills, knowledge and values necessary to succeed in this critical field. 


    Program Highlights

    • The Jesuit approach to teaching and learning that emphasizes experience, reflection and action is central to our program.
    • Full-time or part-time program options
    • Traditional, online and hybrid course options
    • Work on projects in international settings such as India, China and Poland through Le Moyne’s industry partnerships and the network of Jesuit colleges around the world.
    • Engage in unique research projects such as a cybersecurity analysis of a Fortune 500 company and the impact of climate change on global supply chains.



    Through our career track, Le Moyne College students explore professional experiences that meet their career objectives. Graduates of the MSIS program have gone on to work for employers that include: 

    • AXA Equitable
    • BNYMellon
    • Deloitte
    • Ernst and Young
    • Excellus
    • FBI
    • GE Digital Technology Leadership Program
    • General Motors
    • IBM Consulting
    • JPMorganChase
    • KPMG
    • Lockheed IT Leadership Development Program
    • Lockheed Martin
    • National Grid Leadership Development Program
    • PWC Consulting
    • Terakeet
    • U.S. Army

    Degree Options

    The program serves a diverse student body, including people with previous degrees in business and information systems, people with degrees in related fields and professional experience, and people who seek to enter the field.  Students gain experience with: IT infrastructure and networking; analysis modeling and design; enterprise models; emerging technology and issues; project and change management; and, strategy, and policy and risk.