Megan Soehren (MSIS 2012) got her Master of Science in Information Systems from the Foster School so she could expand her knowledge base. Learn more about her experience in the program by clicking on the image above.
In modern organizations, there are growing demands for professionals and leaders who can harness the power of information technology in a way that can solve problems and create new opportunities. The Master of Science in Information Systems Program at the University of Washington Foster School of Business responds to these demands with a rigorous, yet practical, curriculum that provides professionals with the tools they need to bridge the gap between business and technology.
Expand your knowledge and update your expertise
The four-quarter standardized program trains IS students to understand the role of information technology and identify the appropriate technology solution to either solve an existing business problem or create a new business opportunity. Building on the Foster School’s strong emphasis on strategic thinking and leadership, this program teaches students how to critically analyze business situations and use innovative approaches that suit those situations in a manner consistent with the overall organizational strategy.
Learn while you work
This full-time program holds classes on two weeknights and on some Saturdays. So you can work full-time and still earn your Master’s Degree. As an accelerated one-year program you to learn necessary skills within a short period of time.