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    Welcome to the M.S., Information Systems Graduate Program!

    About the M.S., Information Systems Graduate Program

    The M.S., Information Systems program is 30-credit, part-time or full-time program designed to develop highly educated information and computer systems professionals, particularly those responsible for information systems development and management. 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 without previous knowledge about information systems.


    M.S., Information Systems (MSIS) Graduate Student Learning Objectives (SLOs)

    Students graduating from the MSIS program in the Madden School of Business at Le Moyne College should be prepared to provide leadership in the Information Systems field. Graduates will be able to: 

    • demonstrate knowledge of a core of IS management and technology knowledge,
    • demonstrate knowledge of the integration of IS and business foundations, and
    • demonstrate knowledge of the ethical, legal, societal and global impacts of information systems.

    Courses & Requirements

    If you would like to learn more about the courses offered within the Master of Science in Information Systems Program, please visit the Le Moyne College catalog. Alternatively, you may also visit faculty pages to see the courses taught by each instructor.

    Contact the Program Director
    Martha Grabowski
    Director, MS Information Systems Program
    Twitter: @GrabowskiMIS201, @grabowsk2

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    Download an application and admission requirements for the M.S. Information Systems program.

    To register for the information sessions, please call the Office of Graduate Admission at (315) 445-5444 or email GradAdmission@lemoyne.edu. Please provide your first and last names and number attending.

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