The dual MSIST/MAM degree offers robust foundations in technology and management that prepare graduates for IS&T leadership roles in business, government, education, and other areas.
Designed for recent college graduates or early-career IS&T professionals seeking to expand competencies in management and business practices, the MS in Information Systems & Technology/MA in Management readies graduates for innovative roles in technology-related industries. The MSIST offers a distinctive blend of practice-based IS&T courses within a renowned research environment, while the MAM fast-tracks students toward achieving essential management knowledge and specialized training in a functional area. A jointly offered program from the Drucker School of Management and Center for Information Systems and Technology (CISAT), the MSIST/MAM degree gives you the technical and managerial skills needed to succeed in the Information Systems & Technology realm now and in the future.
- You earn two degrees simultaneously from expert faculty in both areas, increase your marketability, and gain a distinct competitive advantage in the professional IS&T marketplace.
- Applicants for fall, spring, and summer admission are strongly encouraged to submit complete applications by the priority deadlines in order to assure maximum consideration for both admission and fellowships.
- The program consists of 14 courses and 56 total units. MSIST and MAM coursework can be undertaken simultaneously and provides the full scope of coursework offered by both schools.
- Well-equipped research clinics and laboratories offered by CISAT enable you to work directly on applied and academic research, including:
- IDEA Lab
- Intelligent Systems Lab
- Advanced GIS
- Social Learning