The following are the top schools that participated in the current IS Job Index. The list identifies U.S. schools that have a substantial IS centric major at the undergraduate or graduate level and have shown excellence in one or more of (a) U.S. News and World Report rankings, (b) programs or faculty ranked on the AIS basket of journals, and (c) AIS student chapters.
- American University
- Arizona State University
- Baruch College
- Bentley University
- Boston College
- Carnegie Mellon University
- Central Connecticut State University
- Clemson University
- Florida International University
- Georgia State University
- Iowa State University
- James Madison University
- Oklahoma State University
- San Jose State California
- The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa
- Temple University
- University of Arizona
- University of Arkansas
- University of Colorado-Denver
- University of Connecticut
- University of Dayton
- University of Georgia
- University of Memphis
- University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
- University of Nebraska at Omaha
- University of Nevada, Las Vegas
- University of North Carolina, Greensboro
- University of Oklahoma
- University of Texas, Austin
- University of Texas, Dallas
Each participant in the 2015 IS Job Index will receive:
- Participation and featured as one of the schools selected.
- A custom excel file report including the raw data for each school.
- $10 amazon gift cards awarded to the first 20 participants from each school.
- Three printed copies of the national report which will be professionally produced.
- (optional) Custom created postcard with logo suitable for local mailing / handing out.
- Listed at http://isjobindex.com
There is a $495 fee payable to AIS. The reason for the modest $495 charge even though there is financial support from AIS and the Fox School’s Institute for Business and Information Technology, is because the project is very labor intensive including data collection, tabulation, analysis, custom reports for each school, professional design, PR strategy, custom postcards, and printing and mailing. The funds will be managed by AIS.