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The people behind the MS in Management and Information Systems program:

The M & IS curriculum promotes growth of knowledge in the disciplines of computer science, business, and information systems. It strives to develop a learning environment that stimulates intellectual curiosity, enhances critical thinking skills, encourages ethical behavior and develops leadership ability. Our faculty- all experts in their field- seek to provide one-on-one mentoring opportunities for students to complete their program. Ask us questions-about the process, about the field, or about your career. We look forward to hearing from you!

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Contact the MS in Management and Information Systems program:

Email: morses@wou.edu
Phone: 503-838-8921
Postal: Edward B. Wright Center for Computing Services, Office #310C
Western Oregon University
345 N. Monmouth Avenue
Monmouth, OR 97361

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The M & IS curriculum promotes growth of knowledge in the disciplines of computer science, business, and information systems. It strives to develop a learning environment that stimulates intellectual curiosity, enhances critical thinking skills, encourages ethical behavior and develops leadership ability. Our faculty- all experts in their field- seek to provide one-on-one mentoring opportunities for students to complete their program. Ask us questions-about the process, about the field, or about your career. We look forward to hearing from you!

Ready to get to know us better? Request more information or start the application process.

 

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"In December 2014 Nathan started a new position in Information Technology at SAIF Corporation. The Management Information Systems program helped him learn to communicate and network effectively internally and externally in his career to overcome workplace challenges. Obtaining his graduate degree has substantially opened opportunities to advance in his career. Nathan Currently resides in Salem, Oregon with his wife who was also a Western Oregon University student."

Nathan Higginbotham '14

MS in Mgt. and Information Systems