Earn Your MS in CSIS Quicker & More Affordably
The Computer Science and Information Systems Program (BS/MS) program is designed for University of Michigan-Flint undergraduate computer science students who have an early interest in pursuing an Master of Science in CSIS degree. The joint program curriculum allows students to earn undergraduate and graduate credits at the same time, which then count for both their bachelor’s and master’s degrees.
An additional benefit for undergraduate students is that they will be completing nine graduate credits at the undergraduate tuition rate while they are enrolled in the joint program. The degrees are independent; each is awarded when completed, with specific courses accepted for the MS in CSIS degree after the bachelor degree is awarded.
Admission Requirements can be found here.
Application process can be found here.
The faculty of the College of Arts & Sciences are deeply engaged in research. These scholarly pursuits are diverse in subject matter and allow faculty to engage with students, colleagues, the community, and industry on many projects. Check out some of the current research activities taking place in CAS here.