Dual degree programs allow students to maximize time and money by working simultaneously towards two different programs. The dual degree programs for MIS help students increase their skills and specialize in different areas by combining their Master of Science in Management Information Systems with other related degree programs.
Dual Degree: MS in MIS & MBA
In today's context of a globally integrated and interdependent businesses, ubiquitous information technologies, and mobile workforce, it is critical that graduate education provide students opportunities to develop integrated business and technology skills. Thus, the primary purpose of this dual degree program is to provide this integration by enabling students to complete the Master of Business Administration and the MS in MIS degrees simultaneously.
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Dual Degree: MS in MIS & MPA
In government and non-profit organizations, there is a significant need and a long-term demand for persons with advanced skills in information management technology. The primary purpose of this dual degree option is to prepare students to manage and lead organizations in the future by allowing them to receive their Master of Public Administration and MS in MIS degrees simultaneously.
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Dual Degree: International
UNO has agreements with the Management Center Innsbruck, Austria and Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany to allow students to earn dual degrees. Students in this program get to experience living in two countries and learning from two different teaching methods. The faculty and staff work closely to help students get the most out of both experience and leave with dual degrees that make them marketable for a global workforce.
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