MS in Analytics & Information Management Joint Degree
A combined 72 credits for these two degrees (30 credits for the M.S. in Analytics & Information Management and 42 credits for the MBA) is reduced to 67.5 credits through credit-sharing.
How to Apply
Students must apply and be accepted to both programs of study. The GMAT or GRE is required for application (unless waived).
- Students may begin their studies in either program.
- Students who successfully complete all requirements will receive two degrees and two diplomas. The degrees must be conferred simultaneously.
While the student is enrolled in both the MS in Analytics & Information Management and the MBA programs, the Professional MBA tuition rate will apply for all terms except any term during which a student is enrolled exclusively in MS-AIM courses. During those terms, the MS-AIM tuition rate will apply.
Students will earn credits toward the MS in Analytics & Information Management for for ISYS-630 Applications of Data Analysis (3 credits) by taking MGMT-540 Strategy and Implementation (3 credits).
Students will earn credits toward the MBA for ISYS-525 Managing Information (1.5 credits) by taking ISYS-610 Analytics & Information Management (3 credits).
Based on prior coursework, students may also be eligible for advanced standing credits for ACCT-501 Accounting Fundamentals, ECON-501 Economics Fundamentals, FINC-501 Finance Fundamentals, and STAT-501 Statistics Fundamentals, each 1.5 credits for a maximum total of 6 credits.
|Analytics and Information Management||3.0|
|Information Systems Ecosystem||3.0|
|Data Sourcing and Quality||3.0|
|Data Analytics with Artificial Intelligence||3.0|
|Behavioral Analytics with Visualization||3.0|
|Project, Process, & Persuasive Communication||3.0|
|Business Analytics Capstone||3.0|
|Managerial Decision Tools||1.5|
|Accounting for Decision Makers||3|
|Supply Chain/Operations Management||1.5|
|Strategic Sustainability and Models||1.5|
|Strategy and Implementation||3|
*These courses may be awarded as advanced standing credit based on previous coursework.