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BS in Information Systems Management (STEM)

The field of information technology is growing and evolving faster than ever before. With all of the changes occurring, new career options abound for those who are already in the tech industry, as well as those just starting out. Earning the BS in Information Systems Management offers the opportunity to acquire knowledge and develop skills that can be used anywhere in the world. Like many MIS degrees that are offered, this STEM-designated degree will teach you how to design, operate, and evaluate competitive technology options to meet an organization’s needs. You also will delve deep into management information systems, database design, systems analysis, network architecture and administration, while acquiring the NYU degree that will make your resume stand out!

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NEW! Online Degree Completion Option
This entire degree can now be completed online. Be sure to specify when you apply.

Degree Advantage

  • Online degree completion with live instruction or on-site study option
  • Seamless credit transfer and credit for prior learning
  • Foundational courses that build a solid understanding of the key facets of management information systems
  • Advanced courses in areas such as web architecture, disaster recovery, info security, and mobile apps
  • Award-winning career development services
  • Academic advising, tutoring, and mentorship
  • Flexible full- or part-time study options
  • STEM designation
  • Engaging SPS Online Student Experience
Achieve - Awarding Achievement, Ensuring Success

The NYU School of Professional Studies is proud to introduce the Achieve Scholarship, beginning in Fall 2022. Each year, 20 high-achieving applicants to bachelor's degree programs of the NYU SPS Division of Applied Undergraduate Studies (DAUS) will be awarded a $30,000 scholarship package in addition to other financial aid. Achieve Scholarship applicants must have completed their associate degree or the equivalent number of transferable credits prior to enrolling at NYU SPS, have a FAFSA on file for the upcoming academic year, and enroll full-time while at NYU SPS. Apply as soon as possible for priority consideration!

Who Should Earn the BS in Information Systems Management?

If you are working in technology but are interested in advancing to a management-level position or you are just starting out in the field, the BS in Information Systems Management can provide the level of knowledge and experience you will need to succeed in a profession that offers so many opportunities. While this information systems degree can prepare you for a wealth of career options, it also can serve to ready you for the next phase of your education—earning a graduate degree. Information systems internships also are available.

Earn a STEM Degree from NYU

The BS in Information Systems Management is a STEM degree (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) that provides the highly sought-after skills hiring managers find most valuable. In addition to a quantitative/technical focus, it affords students who earn the degree on-site in NYC, the opportunity to participate in a longer optional practical  training (OPT) post-graduation. Those studying online or on-site reap the rewards of an education that fuses technology with the business skills needed to secure computer information systems jobs.

Acquire Knowledge and Skills from Faculty Experts

Faculty members who teach in the BS in Information Systems Management are scholars, seasoned professionals, and consultants who offer insights into a wide range of specialty areas. Many are involved in research and projects that help to inform their teaching and provide concrete examples of the ways in which technology is evolving and being applied across industries.


Faculty Contacts


Antonios Saravanos, PhD
(212) 992-8725
saravanos@nyu.edu

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