The Master of Science in Management & Information Systems program at Western Oregon University is an interdisciplinary collaboration between the Divisions of Business & Economics and Computer Science. It is designed to provide students with a mature foundation of business concepts and practices together with theoretical knowledge of the fundamental disciplines and practices that enable modern information systems.
Students must complete 48 credit hours of program courses. The program is normally completed in two years of study, but can be finished in as few as four terms.
Students in the program complete a range of required and elective courses from both Business and Information Systems. These include:
- Business Core (12 credit hours)
- Marketing and Strategy
- Organizational Leadership
- Information Systems Core (16 credit hours)
- Fundamentals of Computer and Information Systems
- IT Project Management
- Approved Electives (12 credit hours)
- Exit Requirement
- Two term (8 credit hours total) Professional Project, which includes individual research, development, and writing under the supervision of program faculty.