Master in Information Systems


The program consists of thirty-six (36) units of which twelve (12) units are core subjects and eighteen (18) units are specialization subjects. A six-unit independent study completes the program through an innovative development project.

The Master in Information Systems (MIS) graduate program aims to develop among its students the effective use of information technology (IT) to solve problems, and improve or reengineer processes for organizational efficiency and business success. It provides students with theoretical and practical knowledge in various aspects of information systems planning, systems implementation, system integration and project management.

Core Courses
Organization, Management, and Administration of Information Systems
IT Project and Change Management
Managerial Accounting
IS Policy and Strategy

Specialization Subjects
Human Capital Management
Service Management
Business Intelligence
Operations Management
Supply Chain Management
Strategic Management

Independent Study
System Design and Development Methodology: Innovative Development