Bachelor's: 85% | Master's: 74%
Bachelor’s: $62,820 | Master’s: $72,517
IS salaries have increased 9% since 2015.
IS professionals who apply and develop information technology in organizations comprise a significant portion of the labor market.
Master's in IS is among the top 10 graduate degrees demanded by employers.
Bachelor's in IS is in the top 5 business degrees and top 10 degrees overall demanded by employers.
IS programs are STEM and called Management Information Systems (MIS), Information Systems (IS), or Computer Information Systems (CIS).
1,300 IS programs in the U.S are offered mostly in Business Schools, a few standalone Information Schools, or by Computer Science.
There are about 3 million IS jobs in the U.S.