MBA with a Specialization in Information Systems Management

A Different Kind of Networking

The world of information systems management is rapidly expanding, creating a need for industry leaders. Expand your management and technical competencies with a Master’s of Business Administration (MBA) with a Specialization in Information Systems Management from DeVry University’s Keller Graduate School of Management. Our program is designed to help you develop the skillset you need to make an impact in this field.

Get to Know Our MBA in Information Systems Management

Our MBA in Information Systems Management blends management theory with real-world applications to provide a truly well-rounded education. Taught by experienced professionals, coursework emphasizes practical skills and concepts businesses demand from management professionals. You can grow your skillset in areas such as corporate management, directing cross-disciplinary endeavors and integrating functions across the business enterprise. You’ll also explore such topics as implementing computer networks, upgrading information systems, maintaining networks and acquiring and deploying new technologies and software.

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Master's Advantage: Put your Degree to work sooner! 3 fewer courses and 6 fewer months equals over $6800 in savings

Master's Advantage

If you’ve earned an undergraduate degree in business, technology or a degree with a technology specialization you may be eligible to waive up to three courses (or nine credit hours). We call this our Master’s Advantage. With these course waivers1, you can take fewer courses and put your master’s degree to work for you even sooner.

"DeVry University really helped me to understand business and technology and how they work together.”

Thomas Bieser | MBA, 2009

What You'll Learn

The MBA in Information Systems Management program from DeVry University’s Keller Graduate School of Management covers the following:

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    Apply analytical tools and technology applications to develop analyses and solutions to address the needs of an organization and its stakeholders.
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    Work collaboratively in a team environment. Coordinate and share information to achieve a common goal.
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    Problem Solving

    Use business and management principles to problem-solve a variety of workplace challenges.
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    Use data modeling concepts and tools to design and implement a relational database that meets the business needs.
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    Networking Concepts

    Demonstrate an understanding of the design, development and operation of a data communications system and computer network and the ability to use a networking software tool to build and analyze network models.
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    Business Information Systems

    Apply appropriate concepts and tools of systems development and implementation, emphasizing the life-cycle approach to effectively manage business information.
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    Human Resources Leadership

    Analyze and demonstrate an ability to implement and oversee middle to senior level Human Resource Management (HRM) functions, including change management, employment regulatory concerns and employee legal matters.
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    Management Theory and Practices

    Demonstrate in-depth knowledge of enterprise-wide functions relevant in the global economy.

Accreditation Matters

Accredited* by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP)

Career Opportunities

Graduates with the MBA in Information Systems Management may consider, but are not limited to, the following careers:

  • Database Management

  • Information Systems Analyst

  • Information Systems Management

Core Degree Courses

ACCT503 Financial Accounting: Managerial Use and Analysis
ECON545 Business Economics
FIN510 Corporate Finance
MGMT591 Leadership and Organizational Behavior
MIS5402 Innovation Through Technology
MKTG525 Strategic Marketing

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HRM591 Strategic Human Resource Management
HRM587 Managing Organizational Change
HRM595 Negotiation Skills

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INTL500 Global Perspectives for International Business
FIN565 International Finance
HRM584 Managing International Human Resources

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MGMT520 Legal, Political and Ethical Dimensions of Business
MGMT550 Managerial Communication

Program-Specific Courses

MIS581 Systems Analysis, Planning and Control
MIS582 Database Concepts
MIS589 Networking Concepts and Applications

General Degree Courses

ACCT5002 Essentials in Accounting, Finance and Economics
MATH5342 Applied Managerial Statistics
MGMT5012 Organizational Structures and Business Processes


MGMT601 MBA Capstone

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Related Programs

Programs vary by location. For specific program details for Pennsylvania, refer to:
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Coursework - MBA in Information Systems Management for Pennsylvania residents
*Conferral and Assessment Data - Available for all of DeVry and Keller's ACBSP accredited programs. For a full list of DeVry University's business and accounting degree programs accredited by ACBSP, please see the Accreditation page.
1Eligibility and application of course waivers varies based on the type of course waiver credit earned, the student’s enrolled location and/or the student’s state of residence. For more information, please refer to the Course Waiver section of the Keller academic catalog.
2Students who hold an undergraduate business degree, a technology degree or a degree with a technology specialization may be eligible to waive up to three courses (nine credit hours). Students with undergraduate degrees in other disciplines may also be eligible to waive select courses upon review of their undergraduate transcript. Course waiver availability varies by location. For more information, please refer to the Course Waiver section of the Keller academic catalog.

All students enrolled in site-based programs will be required to take some coursework online and, for some programs and locations, a substantial portion of the program may be required to be completed online.