Master of Science in Information Systems

your degree, your path, your future

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Your degree, tailored to your goals

Your Master of Science in Information Systems (MSIS) is a 30-hour degree providing advanced education to start or further a career in information technologies. MSIS students focus on technology management, business intelligence, data analytics, database management, IT infrastructure, data mining, basic programming, ERP systems, information security, and system implementation. You also have the option of adding a 6-hour concentration to your degree to further enhance your skills and experience.

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One Degree, multiple paths

Success requires flexibility, and your MSIS degree lets you choose the best path for you. Your MSIS degree can be completed online with limited class meetings or fully online. And when you need to be flexible your MSIS degree flexes with you. Switch between hybrid and online classes depending on what you need each semester. You will get the same cutting-edge classes, experienced professors, and robust degree from each delivery method, or from a combination of both.

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175 years of history, creating a brighter future

When the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor received its charter from the 9th Congress of the Republic of Texas on February 1st, 1845, it was just a small school on the western frontier. Over 175 years later, UMHB is a thriving institution where more than 3,800 students gain the education needed to become leaders in their field and communities. A tradition as old and storied as Texas itself, a degree from UMHB gives you a firm foundation to build a bright future.


According to US Bureau of Labor Statistics, a Masters of Science in Information Systems can significantly increase your salary.

According to US Bureau of Labor Statistics, a Masters of Science in Information Systems can significantly increase your salary.