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Career Services

The EY Center for Career Advancement here at the Foster School of Business is a hub that connects students with industry professionals and the resources needed for career exploration, discovery of opportunities, and engagement in the community to foster new networks to shape your professional journey.

Recent Outcomes:

Class of 2020 Average Salary:
$116,326
Common Roles:
Product Manager
Cyber Security Consultant
Business Intelligence Engineer
Top Employers:
Microsoft
Amazon
Tableau
Deloitte

Common Roles and Employers

Artificial Intelligence Consultant
Business Analyst
Business Analytics Supervisor
Business Intelligence Consultant
Business Intelligence Engineer
Cyber Security Consultant
Data Analyst
Data Engineer
Data Scientist
Data Warehouse Engineer
Design and Integration Specialist
DevOps Engineer
Digital Analyst
Financial System Analyst
Information Technology Consultant
Information Technology Director
Information Technology Manager
Information Technology Risk and
Compliance Consultant
Product Manager
Product Intelligence Manager
Program Manager
Senior Consultant
Senior Risk Manager
Software Developer
Software Engineer
Systems and Network Administrator
Strategy Analyst
Technical Program Manager
Technology Strategist
Accenture
Adobe Systems
Amazon
Apple
Avanade
Blackrock
Boeing
Capgemini
Capital One
Costco Wholesale
Dell Inc.
Deloitte
Expedia
Facebook
HBO
Lyft, Inc.
Microsoft
Nike
Nordstrom
Oracle
PACCAR Inc.
PriceWaterhouse Coopers
Providence
REI
Salesforce
SAP
Stripe
Tableau Software
The Boeing Company
T-Mobile

Career resource services

Foster’s EY Center for Career Advancement offer career management services to Master of Science in Information Systems students. Access to career services include:

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Career Coaching

Our diverse team of dedicated career coaches actively guide and coach students on their career path and put together a plan to achieve their goals.

MSIS students on computer
Career Ready Learning Modules

A series of short online learning modules to introduce students to the key job search skills needed to be successful in their job search. Modules can be accessed at any time through the Specialized Master’s Career canvas page.

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Professional Networking Events

Students will have the opportunity to meet with professionals in a variety of settings to build their network. Events include company treks, career fairs, industry nights, and alumni mixers.

students in a workshop
Career Workshops

Workshops covering a variety of career skills are offered throughout the year for students to attend and build their career toolkit alongside their academic curriculum.

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Portfolio and Resume

Students will have the opportunity to work one on one with career coaches to build a strong resume and portfolio that demonstrates your story, skill sets, and strengths.

MSIS students in class
On Campus Recruitment

Foster connects top talent with IT Recruiters and Seattle based tech leaders. MSIS students have been recruited from top companies like PwC, Microsoft, Boeing, Amazon, and more.

MSIS career resource services

MSIS student
Professional mentorship

MSIS leads a high-impact mentoring program connecting students with unique one-to-one relationship with top leaders that can bridge the gap between academic concepts and real-world practices.

MSIS students networking
Mock interview event

MSIS invites top employers to campus to conduct mock interviews yearly with students. Students are given the opportunity to refine their interviewing skills and network with a community of Seattle-based IT leaders.

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