Global Dual Degree Program
In partnership with international educational institutions, the University of Arizona's (UA) MIS Department offers a global track of its MS MIS program.
This global dual degree program offers unique opportunities for international students motivated to tackle increasingly complex information system (IS) challenges and issues and leverage MIS's world-wide reputation in research and its balanced MIS educational curriculum with hallmark emphasis on technical and systems perspectives.
The students entering this program will complete at least 2 semesters of MS or MBA courses at one of the partnering institutions. They will then enroll in the UA MS MIS program to complete the UA portion. UA requires the students complete a 33-credit study plan (identical to that of UA’s regular MS MIS program).
Twelve (12) credits with a grade of "A" or "B" earned in the partner institution will be transferred from the partner's MS or MBA program and the remaining 21 credits will be earned through courses and projects offered in Tucson, Arizona, US.
If you are a student currently enrolled in the MS program of one of the partnering institutions listed below, please follow the instructions on your partner school page.
If you are an MS student from another accredited institute in China or Korea in related fields and would like to apply for this global track of the UA MIS MS offering, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org before submitting your application.
In your email, please include the following information:
- Your name and email address
- The school in which you are currently enrolled and a Web link to your school
- A soft copy of your transcript (an unofficial transcript will be fine for this stage of pre-application screening) and your GPA (calculated on a 4-point scale)
Find out more about these programs below.
|City University, Hong Kong Program information|
|Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) program information.|
|Harbin Institute of Technology|
|Xiamen University, School of Management|