MMIS Online Program is under consideration.
The MMIS Online program features the same content as our on-campus program but is geared toward the working professional. Starting fall 2017, we are pushing the boundaries of how we deliver education. The two-year, 33-credit program will extend to anyone and everyone interested in merging business and technology. Welcome to MMIS Online.
What do I need to know in order to apply for the online program?
If you are interested in applying for the new, MMIS Online, please fill out the standard application and request the online option. There is a field to add pertinent comments to your application before you submit. Please indicate your desire to study online in those comments.
High Job Placement and High Salaries
There is currently a shortage of employees with technical management information systems skills in the workplace. Recent graduates have nearly a 100% placement rate 6 months after graduation, with a mean salary of $60,000.
As technology spreads across every organizational sector, corporate jobs in this field are generated rapidly. Our 33-credit hour program is designed to enhance your undergraduate education by increasing your analytical proficiencies and business technology skills and strategically preparing you for management positions.
The MMIS Online curriculum mirrors the on-campus program but is delivered in a more convenient format. Please note that curriculum is subject to change.
PREREQUISITES FOR MMIS ONLINE
(All Prerequisites Must Be Completed Prior to Starting MMIS Coursework)
- Business Statistics (or advisor approve equivalent)
- Corporate Finance
- Financial Accounting
- Programming (proficiency in an object-oriented language)
Two-Year Projected Curriculum
|Semester Taught||Course Name||Credits|
|MIS 6230 - Management of Database Systems
MIS 6110 - ST: Tableau
|MIS 6110 - Data Communications
MIS 6110 - Machine Learning
|MIS 6xxx - Web Development
MIS 6860 - Business Intel & Analytics
|MIS 6110 - ST: Lecture Series
MIS 6110 - ST: Data Mining / Data Cleansing
|MIS 6610 - MIS Strategy
MIS 6900 - IS Development / Capstone
|MIS 6800 - Business Securities
MIS 6110 - Database Implementation
NB: All courses and times are subject to change based on faculty availability.
Average Cost of the Program (Estimates) - 33 credits hours
|Residency Type||AY 2017-18
|Estimated Total Program Cost
*Please Note: Tuition Rates for AY 2018-19 and the program total are an estimate only. These estimates are based on an expected 5% increase in tuition for AY 2018-19, actual tuition rates for AY 2018-19 will not be available until April of 2018.
For qualified on-campus full-time students, financial aid assistance is offered through the U.S. Government and the USU Financial Aid Office. To qualify for federal student loans and financial aid packages, students must submit a FAFSA, Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Students are encouraged to apply for government aid after they are admitted to the MMIS program.
Additional MIS assistantships and scholarships are also available. Assistantships and scholarships are very competitive and are distributed to qualified students who have been admitted to the MMIS program by March 1.
USU Financial Aid Office Contact Information:
Mailing Address: Financial Aid Office, 1800 Old Main Hill, Logan, Utah 84322–1800
Location: Taggart Student Center Room 306
Please be aware that graduate students must be enrolled for a minimum of six credits each semester in order to qualify for a student loan.
Minimum Admission Requirements
Qualified applicants should meet the following program requirements:
- 3.0-grade point average (4.0 scale) on the last 60 semester hours completed at a college or university
- 45th percentile on the verbal portion of the GRE or GMAT
- 45th percentile on the quantitative portion of the GRE or GMAT
International applicants must also meet one of the following requirements:
- TOEFL: 213 Computer / 79 Internet
- IELTS score of 6.0 (and a minimum score of 5 on each subscale)
- PTE Academic score of 53
If a grade point average or GRE/GMAT score falls below the minimum requirements, work experience may also be considered after Spring 2016. However, work experience will generally NOT be sufficient to overcome exceedingly low scores or having both quantitative and verbal GRE/GMAT scores below the minimum requirements. Please visit http://rgs.usu.edu/gradguide/htm/apply for more details and international student requirements.
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Last updated December 8, 2017