Graduates are better prepared in every key knowledge area compared to 2013.
73% are confident about the job market.
75% agreed that their job was a good fit.
86% satisfied with job offer.
IS professionals, who apply and develop information technology in organizations, now comprise a significant portion of the labor market.
There are about 3 million IS jobs in the U.S.
The about 1,300 IS programs in the U.S are offered mostly in Business Schools, a few standalone Information Schools, or by Computer Science.
IS programs are classified as STEM and called Management Information Systems (MIS), Information Systems (IS), or Computer Information Systems (CIS).
A bachelor's in IS is in the top 5 business degrees and top 10 degrees overall demanded by employers. (Nace, 2016)
A master's in IS is among the top 10 graduate degrees demanded by employers. (Nace, 2016)