Walden is committed to providing the information you need to make an informed decision about where you pursue your education. Please find below detailed information for the M.S. in Information Systems relating to the types of occupations this program may lead to, completion rate, program costs, and median loan debt of students who have graduated from this program.
Program Completion Rate
Median Loan Debt
Occupations—This program generally prepares students to enter the types of occupations listed below. For more information on these specific occupations, visit www.onetonline.org.
In addition to this list, there are other career options that graduates of this program may choose to pursue. To enter certain professions, students may need to satisfy specific additional requirements established by state and/or professional organizations in addition to completing their program.
View examples of our student and alumni accomplishments in their chosen fields.
|Computer and Information Systems Managers
|Computer and Information Research Scientists
|Computer Systems Analysts
|Network and Computer Systems Administrators
|Computer Network Architects
|Computer Occupations, All Other
|Computer Science Teachers, Postsecondary
*The “occupation name” is a general job title. “Occupation code” refers to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Standard Occupation Classification.
Program Completion—This program had fewer than 10 graduates during July 1, 2011 to June 30, 2012. As a result, Walden does not disclose this information in order to protect students’ privacy per U.S. Department of Education guidelines.
Program Costs—The total program costs are the estimated average costs over the duration of the program, excluding any scholarship or tuition reductions, for students completing the program on time. These costs can vary based on the number of credits. Typically, tuition and fees are subject to change annually.
|Tuition and Fees
|Books and Supplies
|Room and Board
View cost per credit in the Tuition and Fees section.
Median Loan Debt—This program had fewer than 10 graduates during July 1, 2011 to June 30, 2012. As a result, Walden does not disclose this information in order to protect students’ privacy per U.S. Department of Education guidelines.