The Master of Science in Information Systems program at the University of Washington Foster School of Business in Seattle is a one-year, work-compatible, accelerated master’s program designed to train current and future business leaders in information systems management. Leveraging Foster’s deep relationship with Seattle’s unique, dynamic, and innovative business community, MSIS students will gain hands on experience solving complex, unstructured business problems while learning executive management principles like operations, accounting, and marketing.
Start date: June 19, 2017
Duration: 12 months
Total credits: 44
Quarters: Summer, fall, winter, spring
Tuition (fees not included): $38,000
Program Type: Full-time–weeknights and some Saturdays
Class Type: Cohort-based, in-person
Course Sequence: Lock-step
Classes will take place over four-consecutive quarters on Monday evenings, Wednesday evenings, and some Saturdays. Student coursework includes topics like data analysis, information security, and IT project management. Learn more about courses and scheduling on the curriculum page.
From networking events to guest speakers, MSIS students have many opportunities to gain hands-on experience and grow in the information systems management field. Visit the student experience page for more.
Information Systems careers
After completing the program, MSIS graduates go on to lead fulfilling management level careers in the information systems and information technology management. Visit the Career Services’ page for more information on career paths and support.
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Visit the Admissions page for detailed admissions information.
Class of 2017 profile
|Gender: Female 53% Male 47%||Careers prior to MSIS: 34% Technology 33% Information Systems|
|Average age: 28||Average prior work experience: 4.1 years|
|Domestic: 53% International: 47%||Average GPA: 3.3
GRE: 321 avg | mid 80th | 311-329
GMAT: 661 avg | mid 80th | 570-734