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Graduate Program

Master of Science in Information Systems Technology

Since the program was first offered in 1980, it has earned the reputation of producing graduates who have a thorough understanding of information systems and technologies along with relevant management, communication, and decision-making skills. Through dynamic, hands-on, laboratory and classroom-based courses, students learn how to integrate information systems technology expertise and management skills to effectively implement business solutions. This combination of advanced technical knowledge and management skills with proven business strategy put the MSIST graduates in a position to succeed

Executive Master of Science in Information Systems

The Executive Master of Science in Information Systems Technology (Executive MSIST) program hand selects talented IT leaders and technical experts from both public and private organizations to establish a cohort of peers who complete the program in 15‐months without career interruption. Since the cohort format was first offered in 1990, it has earned the reputation of producing graduates with a keen understanding of the strategic use of IT in business and the management issues surrounding the implementation of technology.

MPS in Molecular Biotechnology

GW’s Professional Master’s Degree in Molecular Biotechnology is the up-to-date response to the challenge of entering this expanding field. GW’s innovative program combines critical elements of science, technology, and business to prepare its graduates for a variety of jobs in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical sectors. Students in the MMB program will learn to design, commercialize, and employ biotechnology devices. Students will work in state-of-the-art labs, collaborate in innovation project teams, and get real-world experience through structured internships in the biotechnology industry.

MBA Concentrations

The current focus for students in IT courses is management-oriented on the implementation of information systems in organizations.

Graduate Courses as listed in the University Bulletin