The Information Technology and Operations Management department offers a combined
Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) or Bachelor of Science (B.S.) with Major
in Management Information Systems to a Master of Science (M.S.) with Major in Information
Technology and Management (MSITM) program.
Students in this combined program may count up to 12 credits of approved graduate
coursework (5000-level or higher courses) toward both their bachelor's degree and
their master's degree as long as the combined program totals a minimum of 150 credits
The student has met the minimum of 120 credits for the bachelor's degree; and
The student has taken a minimum of 30 credits in 5000-level or higher courses for
the master's program.
With an approximate duration of five years, this combined program provides attractive
ways for students to continue their graduate work.
Students complete and graduate from their bachelor's degree program first, and continue
coursework to finish their master's degree program.
For this Combined MIS to MSITM program, students must:
At the undergraduate-level, major in Management Information Systems & choose the Information
At the graduate level, pursue the MS in Information Technology & Management (MSITM)
graduate degree program from the College of Business and choose one of the (2) Concentrations:
Information Technology Management
Additional details about program courses can be found in the following documents: