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MS in Information Systems Information Session at Miramar

Join us on Saturday, October 25 to to learn more about our Masters of Science in Information Systems program.

Date: October 25, 2014
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: 1930 SW 145th Avenue - Room 424, Miramar, FL 33027.

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Analytics, business intelligence, data management, and other Management of Information Systems (MIS) specialties rank among the fastest growing fields, and the most in-demand, secure jobs, in today’s career marketplace.


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When Monica Chiarini Tremblay gave an assignment this spring to her health informatics class in the College of Business at Florida International University (FIU), her instructions were vague—on purpose. The students, all working on a Master of Science in Information Systems (MSIS), were given current nationwide health rankings and told to develop a dashboard (at-a-glance communication tool). The dashboard’s purpose is to help people in a decision-making situation factor community health information into their process.


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Master of Science in Information Systems

Developing Future IT Leaders

Our top-ranked Chapman Graduate School of Business in the College of Business at Florida International University delivers a unique Master of Science in Information Systems (MSIS) program, a graduate Information Systems and Technology program designed with guidance from the top IT professionals and CIOs in South Florida. The courses are taught by world-renowned faculty. Students can choose various career IT paths such as project manager, e-commerce developer, systems analyst and designer, network and security administrator, business intelligence analyst, IT manager, CIO, and database architect.

Curriculum

The Chapman Graduate School of Business has designed, with the guidance of IT and management professionals, an innovative curriculum to prepare future IT professionals with a graduate Master of Science in Information Systems, a full-time, one-year program.

NOTE: Students should have minimum IT knowledge in the following: introductory level programming languages, HTML, introduction to databases, and Microsoft Office. Students with no background in programming are strongly encouraged to gain some familiarity with an object-oriented programming language (e.g., Java or Visual Basic) before beginning the program.


ISM 6106 Systems Analysis & Design

This course is focused on the system design process from inception to detailed system design.  Topics a student can expect to be covered in this class include:

  • Requirements solicitation and stakeholder analysis
  • Approaches to software development, including plan-oriented and agile methodologies
  • Object-oriented software modeling, from high-level concept to detailed design
  • Communicating modeling decisions through the Unified Modeling Language (UML)

Student progress in this course is evaluated through a set of individual assignments and exams, as well as a major group project.  Individual exams and assignments are designed to allow students to demonstrate mastery of the foundation concepts and skills presented in the course.  In the group project, students work together to apply the foundation system design concepts and skills to a complex problem scenario; final project deliverables are evaluated based on the extent to which the design addresses the complexity inherent in the problem scenario, as well as the design quality (including both correctness and consistency). 


ISM 6205 Database Management

The course takes a data-oriented view that is embedded in the larger processing view of systems. The course emphasizes data modeling, database query languages, physical database design and basics of a few database administration topics, and is primarily driven by problem-solving exercises and several case discussions.  Topics a student can expect to be covered in this class include:

  • To design a conceptual data model using the entity relationship (ER) model
  • To integrate the rules and heuristics to enhance and improve an ER diagram
  • To design a logical data model using the relational model
  • To gain proficiency in a data base query languages (DBQL) such as SQL
  • To evaluate the tradeoffs in making physical database design decisions (e.g., indexing)
  • To learn the basics of database recovery and concurrency control

Student progress in this course is evaluated through a set of individual laboratory and problem solving assignments and exams, as well as a major group project.  Individual exams and assignments are designed to allow students to demonstrate mastery of the foundation concepts and skills presented in the course.  In the group project, students work together to apply the foundation database design concepts and skills to a complex problem scenario that includes a reengineering exercise; final project deliverables are evaluated based on the extent to which the design addresses the complexity inherent in the problem scenario, as well as the design quality measured primarily by correctness. 


ISM 6136 Business Intelligence Applications     

This course focuses on data mining techniques used specifically for business problems. Topics a student can expect to be covered in this class include:

  • Overview of data mining
  • Supervised data mining techniques: customer/employee churn, targeted mailing, fraud detection
  • Unsupervised techniques: customer profiling
  • Market Basket Analysis: cross selling/upselling
  • Text Mining
  • Geographic Information Systems

Student progress in this course is evaluated through a set of individual assignments and quizzes, as well as a major group project.  Individual quizzes and assignments are designed to allow students to demonstrate mastery of the foundation concepts and skills presented in the course.  In the group project, students work together to design a targeted mailing campaign.   Project includes a competition which looks for the most profitable team.  Winners receive extra credit.


ISM 6489 E-Commerce & Internet Business Applications

This course is focused on web and mobile applications development and management. It is a very hands-on course with emphasis on how to apply critical concepts in the context of leading-edge technologies. Topics a student can expect to be covered in this class include:

  • Design and development web and mobile applications
  • Microsoft .NET technologies
  • Web and mobile application management

Student progress in this course is evaluated through a set of individual assignments and exams, as well as a major group project.  Individual exams and assignments are designed to allow students to demonstrate mastery of the foundation concepts and skills presented in the course.  In the group project, students work together to design and develop small web and/or mobile systems; final project deliverables are evaluated based on the design and development quality.


ISM 6156 Enterprise Information Systems

This course is designed to understand common business processes and how information systems to support these processes.  Topics a student can expect to be covered in this class include:

  • Enterprise-wide business processes (e.g., procurement, production, sales and distribution, accounting, etc.)
  • A commercial enterprise information system - SAP
  • Managerial issues relating to enterprise information systems implementation, organizational change management, process improvement, and integration of processes and data.

Student progress in this course is evaluated through a set of individual assignments and exams, as well as a major group project.  Individual exams and assignments are designed to allow students to demonstrate mastery of the foundation concepts and skills presented in the course.  In the group project, students work together to present about specific topics related to enterprise information systems. 


ISM 6307 Management of IS Function

This course is focused on Managing the S Function with an emphasis on internal concerns. Both operational questions and innovation concerns are discussed. Topics of contemporary relevance in managing the IS function a student can expect to be covered in this class include:

  • IS Leadership
  • Financial Management and Concepts
  • Service Management and Processes
  • Outsourcing Management
  • Knowledge Management

Assessment is evaluated through a series of group and individual case studies and exercises in the relevant topics as well as group assignments including the evaluation of a real IS function, the implementation of a knowledge management and collaboration web site, and the evaluation of a new technology. Through the series of exercises and evaluations, the students get to demonstrate both their abstract reasoning and application of course content as potential IS leaders with the cases and directly apply new knowledge and skills back to their own organizations through the group work, accelerating their journeys as IS leaders.


ISM 6208 Data Warehousing

Design and implement an enterprise data warehouse architecture, utilize ETL tools and techniques to load data into the data warehouse, build and deploy multi-dimensional cubes, and utilize powerful reporting tools to analyze large volumes of data and convert these data to useful information. Topics include:

  • Data warehouse architecture models
  • Dimensional modeling
  • Extract, Transform, and Load (ETL) process, tools, and techniques
  • OLAP cubes
  • Reporting/visualization and dashboards

Student progress in this course is evaluated through:

  • 3 multiple-choice quizzes (individual)

    • Designed to build familiarity with terminology and concepts

  • 2 case-study analyses (group)

    • Designed to focus on high-level business issues surrounding the decision to implement and utilize the technology in alignment with organizational goals and strategy

  • 1 exam (individual)

    • Designed to test each student’s competence with key concepts and skills.

  • 1 project (group)

    • Students work in a team to design a solution for a business application of their choosing. The project includes: describe the business process and information requirements, design a dimensional model, implement the star schema and deploy the cube, create reports/visualizations/dashboards to fulfill the requirements and provide insights.

  • Participation  (individual)

ISM 6128 Business Process Design

This course focuses on the fundamental concepts, frameworks and techniques that can be used to improve business performance through business process redesign that is enabled by information technologies. Topics covered in the class include:

  • Issues, challenges and evolution of IT-enabled business process redesign
  • Strategic mapping between business goals, key business processes and supporting technologies
  • Key business process redesign principles and techniques
  • Analysis and modeling of the current as-is business processes

Redesign and modeling of to-be business processes

  • Grasp a fundamental understanding of general security concepts
  • Understand different ways of securing Communication
  • Become familiar with the Infrastructure security
  • Understand the basics of Cryptography
  • Understand Operational Security
  • Understand Organizational Security
  • Understand Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery
  • Laws, Regulations, Compliance and Investigations
  • Survey of the broad area of distributed computing for business
  • Concepts and principles underlying enterprise service-oriented architectures (SOA)
  • Designing services for enterprise SOA, and potentially implementing prototype services
  • Analyzing the feasibility of an SOA design from both technical and organizational perspectives, and developing possible solutions to feasibility challenges
  • The top management’s strategic perspective for aligning competitive strategy, core competencies, and information systems;
  • How to define and implement information systems governance to support business / IS alignment and value creation; and
  • The development and implementation of Information Systems policies and plans to achieve organizational goals;
  • IS project management challenges, frameworks, approaches and methodologies
  • Project lifecycle management
  • Project identification and selection; project scope management; project initiation and planning; network and earned value analysis techniques; project execution and control
  • Project quality management; project process maturity assessment
  • Project communications management
  • Project change and  risk management
  • Agile project management.

Student progress in this course is evaluated through a set of individual process analysis and design assignments, case analyses write ups, and a team project. Individual process analysis and design assignments provide the students with the opportunity to obtain hands-on knowledge and skills with basic business process analysis and design modeling tools and principles.  Case analysis write ups provide students the opportunity to apply key concepts and frameworks learned in class to understand and develop insights from a concrete business context. In the team project, the students apply concepts and frameworks related to strategic mapping and business process analysis and redesign principles to analyze and redesign a business process in a real-world business context. The team projects are evaluated based on the quality of a team project proposal, a tracking report, a final project report and project presentation.


ISM 6326 Information Security and Compliance

This course provides the necessary knowledge and skills to protect enterprise's assets by mitigating IS/IT related risks to Networks, Applications, and Databases. An exposure to IS/IT related Laws, Regulations, and Compliance is also provided in conjunction with different techniques to secure the critical information systems. Class topics to be covered include:

Student progress in this course is evaluated through individual short assignments and exams, as well as a major group project.  Individual exams and assignments are designed to allow students to demonstrate mastery of the foundation concepts and skills presented in the course.  The group project aims at having the students present their findings from researching on a specific technology that has potential value in securing IT assets and infrastructure. Project outcomes should demonstrate that course concepts were well assimilated and well applied in choosing and describing appropriateness of the technology.


ISM 6024 Managing Distributed Architectures

This course considers organizational distributed architectures, where multiple independent intra- or inter-organizational systems interact to fulfill a business need.  Topics a student can expect to be covered in this class include:

Student progress in this course is evaluated through a set of individual and group assignments.  Individual assignments are designed to allow students to demonstrate their depth of understanding of the concepts presented in the course, as well as to develop skills in analyzing and making recommendations regarding emerging technologies.  In the group assignments, students work together research existing distributed technologies, and to design services to support a distributed business process in a real business domain, assess the technical and organizational feasibility of the design, and propose potential ways of overcoming technical and organizational challenges for the design.

Student work is evaluated based on the depth and richness of understanding and analysis demonstrated through the assignment deliverables. 


ISM 6338 Information Systems Strategy and Governance

The focus of this course includes understanding the strategic use of Information Systems from the perspective of the CIO. Topics to be covered include:

Students are evaluated through individual assignments and a major group project, which are designed to allow students to demonstrate understanding of the concepts and skills presented in the course. In the group projects, students may complete an IS strategic plan for an organization of their choice or develop and defend a business case for introducing an IS project into an organization.


ISM 6316 Project Management

This course focuses on the concepts, frameworks and tools for managing IS projects in the corporate context.

Topics covered in the class include:

Student progress in this course is evaluated through a set of individual project management software tool assignments, case analyses write ups, and a team project. Individual project management software tool assignments provide the students with the opportunity to obtain hands-on knowledge and skills with project management tools, and learn basic project management lifecycle stages and issues. Case analysis write ups provide students the opportunity to apply key concepts and frameworks learned in class to understand and develop insights from a concrete business context. In the team project, the students apply concepts and frameworks to analyze an IS project in a real-world business context. The team projects are evaluated based on the quality of a team project proposal, a statement of work report, a tracking report, a final project report and a project presentation.

Professional Development Seminars (PDSs)

Seminars will focus on soft skills such as leadership, team building, oral presentation, writing skills and career exploration. There will be team-building activities which include classroom exercises in group decision-making and problem-solving. Challenging outdoor exercises will be included to help participants build the skills they will need to work together in the program and to succeed in today's team-based organizations. Students will also work with a presentation and writing skills coach to improve the communication and writing skills that are critical to managerial success. All Professional Development Seminars are mandatory.

Highlights

To better prepare you to become an outstanding IT professional, our twelve-month Master of Science in Information Systems program at the Chapman Graduate School of Business offers you an integrated curriculum that combines both technical and IT management skills, including management of the IS function, database management, systems analysis and design, project management, business process design, and business intelligence. This combined business-focused and technical approach enables you to understand the complexities of today’s most critical business systems and to manage your organization’s IT resources to produce the best results.

Unique Features

Our Chapman Graduate School of Business, top-rated for its excellence in graduate business education, helps facilitate your transition from the Master of Science in Information Systems program to a great position in the field, one in which you can apply your newly acquired IT and management knowledge, by providing an experiential learning environment with lots of opportunities to interact with our world-renowned faculty, collaborate with other students, and get familiar with the latest information technology applications in our state-of-the-art labs.

No other program has this unique combination of benefits. As a student in our program, you will:

  • complete the program in 14 months.
  • begin the program in August at main Modesto A. Maidique Campus or in January at FIU at I-75 in Miramar.
  • acquire a unique combination of technical and IT management skills.
  • learn high-demand information technologies such as .Net, SAP, Rational, Microsoft Project, PL/SQL, UML, XML, and more.
  • improve your soft skills by taking Professional Development Seminars focused on leadership, team building, career development, writing and presentation skills.
  • gain hands-on application experience in computer technology labs.
  • build a future network of highly qualified professionals and peers in the IT field.
  • be in a cohort-based, lock-step program that our students and alumni indicate is very supportive and helps them improve their ability to work in teams.
  • learn from faculty with international reputations for research in business intelligence, databases, project management, knowledge management, globalization and e-business who take great pride in their teaching. Ninety-two percent of students we surveyed also are satisfied both with instructor accessibility and responsiveness.

Student Learning and Program Outcomes

At the Chapman Graduate School we care very deeply about how well we are accomplishing our mission, how our programs contribute to our overarching goals and how we assure that the institution conforms to specified industry and academic norms.  Consequently we are committed to measuring the effectiveness of our programs using a well defined Assurance of Learning process that ensures “accountability and transparency”. 


Student Learning Outcomes

In recent times there has been a preponderance of student learning-based models which emphasize that Faculty should model the learning process in consultation with all our stakeholders.   Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) detail what we aim for our students to know, what they can actually do, and what are their vocational attitudes.  These are:

  • LO1: Conceptualize how IT enables business strategies and operations in functional areas.
  • LO2:Demonstrate proficiency in the analysis, design, and technical aspects of IT projects, including how to elicit, interpret, and document the information needs of clients, users, management, and other stakeholders.
  • LO3: Evaluate current and emerging technologies and advise organizations on their application.
  • LO4: Solve problems and make decisions, singly or in diverse groups, and communicate recommendations in a professional manner.


Program Outcomes

Given our mission, this program has defined the benefits to students as you gain new knowledge, increase your skills, change your values, and modify your behavior through the following program outcomes:

  • PO1: Graduating students are satisfied with program value and potential for career advancement.
  • PO2: The program will admit well qualified students who will successfully complete the program.
  • PO3: The curriculum is relevant, coherent, and improves skill development in human resource management.

    Curriculum will be reviewed and updated. 
    Feedback on the curriculum will come from several sources: 

    • Students
    • Advisory board
    • Faculty
    • Program review
  • PO4: The program will provide quality instruction. 
  • PO5: The program will provide quality advising, program administration, academic and student support services, and facilities.
  • PO6: Maintain sufficient gross revenues to cover all program expenses and be self sustainable.
  • PO7: Graduating students will see an increase in salary as a result of obtaining degree.

Class Time & Location

Fall (August) start of the program
Classes are offered at main Modesto A. Maidique Campus (11200 SW 8th St, Miami, FL 33199) every
Saturday from 8:00 AM to 12:30 PM and 1:30 PM to 6:00 PM.

Spring (January) start of the program
Classes are offered at
FIU at I-75 in Miramar every Tuesday and Thursday from 5:30PM to 10:00PM.

FAQs

What kind of undergraduate degree must I have to qualify for this program? 
FIU requires you to have a four-year bachelor degree from an accredited university.

Do I include my certified transcripts with the application?
FIU requires that official transcripts are sent in directly by the college(s) or university (ies) you attend(ed). You cannot send in copies of these transcripts yourself.
 
If you are an alumnus (ae) of FIU, there is no need to have transcripts sent. If you attended a university outside the U.S. and the transcripts are not in English, they must be translated by a certified translator. The translation and an official copy of the transcripts must be submitted.

Who is required to submit TOEFL?
Applicants whose native language is not English or who did not obtain a degree in the U.S. need to take the TOEFL test. They will need to score at least 550 on the paper-based, 213 on the computer-based, 80 on the internet-based test, or an equivalent score on a comparable examination. Please visit http://www.ets.org/toefl for more information. List of TOEFL exempt countries can be found on the following website:http://gradschool.fiu.edu/TOEFLExemptCountries.html
  
For how many years are my test scores valid?        
          
GMAT scores - 5 years
GRE scores - 5 years
TOEFL scores - 2 years
Institutional TOEFL scores (FIU) - 1 year

How many students are there in the classes?
The average number of students per class is 35-40.
 
Is a thesis required in the program? 
No, there is no required thesis.

Can classes be waived if I took some MSIS classes in another university? 
Classes taken in another university program will not be waived since this is a 12-month, lock-step program. Courses from other programs also are not transferable.
 
Can I pursue two graduate degrees at the same time? 
No. Unfortunately, you cannot pursue two degrees at the same time at FIU. 
 
Can I prolong the MSIS program for more than 12 months? 
No, you cannot prolong the MSIS for more than 12 months. Since it is a lock-step program, you must remain with your class throughout the entire sequence until the program is concluded.

Can I apply for financial aid? 
Yes. You can apply for financial aid online at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/ or pick up an application at any high school, college or university. For specific information regarding financial aid or to find out the status of your application please contact the Chapman Financial Aid Manager at 305-348-0148 or cobfa@fiu.edu. The FIU's Financial Aid Office web site is located at http://finaid.fiu.edu/. It is advisable that you begin the process as soon as possible.

Are there any scholarships available?
Information about scholarships can be obtained from the following sources:

Does FIU offer on-campus housing?
Yes. For more information on on-campus housing options please visit http://housing.fiu.edu/.

Meet our Faculty

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Dinesh Batra 
Knight Ridder Center Research Professor 
Department of Decision Sciences and Information Systems 
College of Business
Florida International University 
11200 SW 8 Street, RB 260 A 
Miami, FL 33199
Phone: 305-348-2645 
Email: batra@fiu.edu

     
.   Monica Chiarini Tremblay 
Assistant Professor 
Department of Decision Sciences and Information Systems 
College of Business
Florida International University 
11200 SW 8 Street, RB 256 A 
Miami, FL 33199 
Phone: 305-348-3741 
Email: tremblay@fiu.edu 
     
.   Karlene C. Cousins
Associate Professor 
Department of Decision Sciences and Information Systems 
College of Business
Florida International University 
11200 SW 8 Street, RB 258 B 
Miami, FL 33199 
Phone: 305-348-2160 
Email: kcousins@fiu.edu 
     
.   David P. Darcy 
Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor 
Department of Decision Sciences and Information Systems 
College of Business
Florida International University 
11200 SW 8 Street
Miami, FL 33199 
Email: dpdarcy@fiu.edu
     
.   Keumseok Kang 
Visiting Assistant Professor 
Department of Decision Sciences and Information Systems 
College of Business
Florida International University 
11200 SW 8 Street
Miami, FL 33199 
Email: kskang@fiu.edu 
     
.   Manoel G. Oliveira 
Instructor, Department of Decision Sciences and
Information Systems 
College of Business
Florida International University 
11200 SW 8 Street, RB 350 
Miami, FL 33199 
Phone: 305-348-6260 
Email: oliveira@fiu.edu 
     
.   Debra VanderMeer 
Assistant Professor 
Department of Decision Sciences and Information Systems 
College of Business
Florida International University 
11200 SW 8 Street, RB 256 B 
Miami, FL 33199 
Phone: 305-348-2931 
Email: vanderd@fiu.edu 
     
.   Weidong Xia 
Associate Professor 
Knight Ridder Center Research Fellow 
Department of Decision Sciences and Information Systems 
College of Business
Florida International University 
11200 SW 8 Street, RB 254 A 
Miami, FL 33199 
Email: xiaw@fiu.edu

Admissions

Application Process and Requirements

To apply for admission to the Chapman Graduate School of Business, applicants should submit the following to:

MSIS Program
Chapman Graduate School of Business
Florida International University
11200 S.W. 8th Street, CBC 200
Miami, Florida 33199

  • Official transcript(s) from all previously attended colleges and/or universities. Transcripts must be sent directly to the Chapman Graduate School Admissions by all formerly attended institution(s) in a sealed university envelope.
  • Official proof of degree 
    A notarized copy of the original diploma is required if the degree is not posted on the official transcript(s).
  • Meet either one of the two: 

    • Achieve a minimum score of 500 on the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) or a score of 1000 (combination of verbal and quantitative) on the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) and have earned a minimum 3.0 grade point average (GPA) in undergraduate study. FIU university's code is: 5206
      New GRE scoring scale: http://gradschool.fiu.edu/gre-exam-scores.shtml
    • Have a minimum of four years of professional experience in the IT (Information Technology) field and have earned a minimum 3.0 grade point average (GPA) in undergraduate study.
  • Resume.  Include IT experience, if any, especially if you do not have a Bachelor in Information Systems/Technology.
  • Statement of purpose
    There is not a minimum or maximum word or page count. The document should outline your objectives in pursuing this graduate degree.
  • Recommendation letters (Optional)
  • Proof of US residency/citizenship
  • Florida Residency Form along with two proofs of ID confirming you maintained residence in Florida for the past 12 months: http://gradschool.fiu.edu/downloads/fl_residency.pdf

International applicants and applicants who did not obtain a degree in the U.S. should submit all of the documents above and in addition, those listed below.

  • If official transcript(s) is not in English, a second copy of the transcript must be requested from previously attended institution(s) for translation by an official translation agency. The official translation as well as the requested official copy of the transcript(s) must be submitted.
  • Official TOEFL score (minimum score is 550 on the paper-based, 213 on the computer-based, or 80 on the internet based test) or official IELTS score (minimum score is 6.5). The official score must be sent directly by Educational Testing Service (ETS).  FIU’s university code is: 5206.
  • Submit a completed and signed Declaration of Finances (DCF) form.  Please note that the minimum amount in the DCF must be at least $55,000 for 2013-2014 academic year.
  • Bank letter has to reflect $55,000.
  • Sponsor letter (if applicable).

****Only those applicants who have submitted complete application packets will be considered. Meeting the minimum requirements is not a guarantee of admissions.

Application Deadlines

To begin in the Spring Term (January)
     
September 1   Last day for international students to submit a graduate application.
November 1   Last day for international students to submit all supporting academic credentials, appropriate test scores, and Declaration of Finances.
December 3   Last day for US applicants to submit a graduate application and supporting credentials.
     
To begin in the Fall Term (August)
     
April 1   Last day for international students to submit a graduate application.
June 1   Last day for international students to submit all supporting academic credentials, appropriate test scores, and Declaration of Finances.
    Last day for US applicants to submit a graduate application and supporting credentials.

Please note that admission and enrollment to the program is on the first- come-first basis.

Tuition & Scholarships

Tuition

Tuition for the MSIS program for 2014-2015 academic year is approximately $2,437 per course for Florida-residents and $2,738 per course for non-Florida residents and international students.

The cost of tuition for the entire program for a Florida resident is approximately $28,500; $33,000 for non-Florida residents and international students.

Once you are accepted into the program, you will be required to submit a $875 non-refundable residency fee, which will be applied toward the fees for the first semester in the program.

All fees are subject to change.

Scholarships & Financial Aid

We recommend that you begin thinking about your financial aid needs and options during the initial admissions process to the Chapman Graduate School of Business.

Scholarships

The MSIS program has a limited number of partial scholarships available to most qualified students. These scholarships are merit based and they are usually awarded to student with the highest combination of GPA and GMAT or GRE after all students are admitted to the program. For additional scholarships resources please visit: http://gradschool.fiu.edu/FinancialAidFellowships.html.

Financial Aid

For more information please visit our Financial Aid page.



Contact Us

For more information about the Master of Science in Information Systems program, please contact us via email at msis@fiu.edu or by phone at 305-348-4347.

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