Academic Programs

Undergraduate

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Information Systems

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In 2012, the department’s undergraduate program was ranked 8th in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.

Undergraduate Minor in Information Systems

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Minors combine with your major to enhance your marketability. Typically, a minor can be earned by taking five courses in another discipline. Any undergraduate student at Georgia State University can have a minor in information systems.

Graduate

Master of Science in Information Systems (MS IS)

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The Master of Science in Information Systems (MS IS) is designed to meet the needs of students who want to build a strong background in information systems and the application of information and communications technology in business.

Master of Science in Information Systems Audit and Control (MS ISAC)

This program is designed to meet the needs of students who want to build a strong background in application, auditing and assurance of information, and information and communication technology (ICT) in accounting.

Master of Business Administration in CIS (MBA)

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The MBA with a major in computer information systems offers the choice of two different orientations: managerially oriented CIS courses with no programming prerequisite or a more technically focused concentration. The difference between the MBA and the MS is in the core offering…the MBA has a core of all business courses, where the MS degree has a core of all information systems courses.

Nantes, France, Exchange Program

An exchange program between the Robinson College of business and the Institut D’Economie Et De Management De Nantes at De L’Universite De Nantes (University of Nantes) in France. The city of Nantes is located two hours from Paris and one hour from the Atlantic coast.

Doctoral

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in CIS

The doctoral program prepares individuals for careers as researchers and educators. Graduates typically take faculty positions in colleges and universities.

Non-Degree Programs in Computer Information Systems

Graduate Certificate in Information Systems

The Graduate Certificate in Information Systems program is designed for students in any graduate major who wish to prepare to meet business and personal challenges through the use of information technology. From biology and the health sciences through the arts, social sciences, legal and business disciplines, information systems are a fundamental enabler.