Regardless of your background, you recognize the importance information systems have in business operations. And as you seek to transition into a more challenging managerial role, you want to learn how to best utilize information systems to improve efficiency and effectiveness.
The M.S. in Management Information Systems at Embry-Riddle Worldwide integrates information systems and management principles to provide students with the tools needed for career advancement.
Master of Science in Management Information Systems
Take the next step toward your management information systems career by seeing what our Worldwide Campus has to offer.
Study among the elite — fellow tech-driven students whose passion and expertise span the globe. At ERAU’s Worldwide Campus, you can take courses online at your convenience. And if you opt to take courses on campus or you’re looking for career counseling or administrative guidance, you can select a nearby campus from more than 150 Worldwide locations.
Sure, you can get an M.B.A. But an M.S. in Management Information Systems will give you specialized instruction beneficial to a career in management information systems. The program is centered on the system-of-systems perspective, which helps managers and leaders adopt and adapt the enterprise perspective to meet organizational needs.
Bridging the gap between information systems and management, the program will develop your knowledge, skills, and abilities to manage a variety of information-intensive projects and systems.
Concentrations within the degree program let you choose coursework that best aligns with your career objectives.
Concentration areas include Business Intelligence, Project Management, Information Security, IS Strategy and Governance, or Global Information Systems.
The program is taught by faculty members who have terminal degrees and are subject matter experts in their field, so you’ll learn from both an academic perspective and through firsthand experience.
And with our online educational opportunities and 150-plus Worldwide locations, students have the flexibility to learn at a campus near them or even in their own home.
Once you get your M.S. in Management Information Systems, you’ll be ready to take the leap — lead teams, implement positive changes at your organization, and improve business operations.
Depending on your specific career goals and program specialization, you could work in a number of diverse leadership roles.
Management Information Systems graduates are in-demand candidates for careers in the following professions: