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The technology of better business.

The rapid evolution of technology demands a new generation of talented, tech-centric business leaders equipped with the knowledge to anticipate change and leverage it to make their organizations smarter. The Johns Hopkins MS in Information Systems meets that need, challenging technology professionals to integrate their business expertise with the technical components of developing, managing, and deploying information systems.

In the MS in Information Systems program, you’ll use the latest tools and techniques to:

  • Develop the knowledge, confidence, and judgment to lead change in a dynamic industry
  • Use information technology to improve decision-making and increase organizational effectiveness
  • Manage complex business and information system challenges
  • Identify new technologies with market potential
  • Leverage technology to gain a strategic advantage

The MS in Information Systems is offered part-time in Washington, D.C., and is ideal for working professionals with at least two years of experience.   

Learning for the human network.

While the program was designed for technology professionals, it’s not exclusive to them. The MS in Information Systems offers a valuable experience for students from other fields who want to enhance their understanding of technology’s role in business while positioning themselves to stand out in the job market. You’ll connect with faculty—leading experts in the industry—as well as a cohort of peers who are driven to make business better through technology. Many of our graduates have found that the relationships they’ve developed here positively impact their personal and professional lives for years to come.

 

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The Master of Science in Information Systems offers an innovative curriculum, led by Johns Hopkins Carey Business School’s world-class faculty.

The curriculum for this 36-credit program includes the following courses. Course sequence and availability of specific electives may vary. Consult with an academic adviser to ensure you take courses in the approved sequence.

Business Foundations

(12 credits)

  • Business Communication
  • Business Leadership and Human Values
  • Information Systems
  • Statistical Analysis
  • Decision Models
  • Operations Management

Functional Core

(12 credits)

  • Developing Internet Systems and Services
  • Managing Complex Projects
  • IT and Global Sourcing Strategy
  • Telecom Clouds and Mobile Applications
  • Data Analytics
  • Applied IS Architecture

Information Systems Electives

(12 credits)

  • Competitive Intelligence
  • Cybersecurity
  • Digital Data and Business Intelligence
  • Optimization Models
  • Crisis Management
  • Legal Foundations of Health Care
  • Entrepreneurial Ventures
  • Health Care Delivery
  • Global Supply Chain Management

Students who complete the MS in Information Systems between May 2014 and August 2015 are eligible to continue their studies in a complementary new area with Carey's Second Degree Option. More information is available on the Second Degree Option website.

Full-Time

Tuition (AY 2016-2017) Application Fee Matriculation Fee Registration Per Semester Graduation Fee
$64,000 (for entire 12-month program) $100 $500 $0 $0

 

Part-Time

Tuition (AY 2016-2017) Application Fee Matriculation Fee Registration Per Semester Graduation Fee
$1,290 per credit $100 $250 $0 $0

All fees are nonrefundable.

  • Late Registration Fee –$250
  • Late Payment Fee – $250
  • Returned Check Fee – $35
  • Payment Plan Termination Fee –$75
  • Delinquent Account Collection Fee – 25% of the outstanding debt

Learn more about the financial assistance available to students.

We offer a variety of financial aid programs, including scholarships, loans, and work study opportunities.

Learn about the program.

Apply to the program.

  1. Review our application dates. Select the application period that’s most convenient for you. Please note that you may not apply more than once per year.
  2. Organize all application materials. This includes official transcripts, resume, essay, letters of recommendation, any necessary test scores, and application fees.
  3. Submit your online application.
  4. View our frequently asked questions. If you have additional questions, don’t hesitate to contact us at 410-234-9220 or carey.admissions@jhu.edu