Master of Science – Management Information Systems – Delivery Methods:
|Traditional (In-person)||Online||4+1 (Current Mays students)|
|Number of hours||36||36||36|
|Time to complete degree||21 months||24 months||9 months(4)|
|Course length||15 weeks||8 weeks||15 weeks|
|Course term||3 courses per 15-week term||1 course per 8-week term||5 courses per 15-week term|
|Course delivery||Live and in person||Recorded lectures; fully online(2)||Live and in person|
|Courses||8 core courses and 4 electives||12 core courses||7 core courses and 5 electives|
|Students eligible||U.S. residents and non-U.S. residents||U.S. residents||U.S. residents and non-U.S. residents|
|Internship||Option for a summer internship||No||Option for a summer internship(5)|
|Target student||Full-time, living in College Station||Working professionals living in the United States||Students earning an undergraduate degree at TAMU|
|Certificates||Options for Cybersecurity Management -and- Business Intelligence and Analytics||All students earn two (Data Management -and- Technical Development Management)||Options for Cybersecurity Management -and- Business Intelligence and Analytics|
2 The program requires an “Aggie experience” that is two to three days in length, in-person on the Texas A&M campus, prior to the first- and second-year courses. These experiences help prepare the student for the upcoming academic year, including introductions to the faculty and staff, orientation, and learning more about the rich history of Texas A&M.
4 If planned properly, Mays undergrad students can complete the MS degree by adding an additional fall and spring semester to their degree plan. This requires taking up to 15 hours per semester in the additional year, as they will complete six hours of the MS coursework during their final undergraduate semester.