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Master of Science in Information Systems Employment Outcomes

Employment outcomes for Information Systems Masters graduates

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, demand for computer and information systems experts is expected to increase by 15 percent by 2022. Our graduates in the Master of Science in Information Systems program have gone on to start or advance their careers in consulting and information technology with private industry, government, and non-profit organizations.

Masters of Science in Information Systems Graduate Class Profile

Learn about our class profile*.

  • 68 percent male / 32 percent female
  • 3.35 average undergraduate GPA
  • 0.6 average years of full-time work experience
  • 11 percent of students from the U.S.

*Fall 2021 incoming class

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A world map showing average salaries by region, with North America reporting $63,951 and Asia reporting $45,496

Average Base Salary* for Master of Science Graduates by Region

* 3-year average base salary for 2017-2020 graduating classes
** Salaries in Asia tend to be lower than in the United States, due to a lower cost of living and a bonus structure customary to Asia, where a large bonus is offered yearly but is not guaranteed

Our Master of Science in information systems graduates accepted jobs in these industries: 9.1% in Education, 4.5% in Financial Services, 4.5% in Healthcare (Including Products and Services), 4.5% in Manufacturing, 9.1% in Non-Profit, 22.7% in Other, 9.1% in Retail, 36.4% in Technology.
Our Master of Science in information systems graduates accepted jobs with these fuctions: 30.0% in Business/Data Analytics, 5.0% in Consulting, 10.0% in Finance, 15.0% in General Management, 20.0% in Information Technology, 5.0% in Marketing/Sales, 5.0% in Operations/Logistics, 10.0% in Other.

*Accepted offers by industry and by function statistics reflect full-time MS programs only.

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