Marist in New York - Master's Degree
- Average Tuition USD 17,000
- Acceptance Rate 41%
- Students 6,657
- Intakes Fall, Spring
- Application Deadline June 15, November 1
- Campus Setting Residential
Marist College offers 14 master's degree programs in subjects such as Business Administration, Information Systems, Museum Studies, Teaching and Mental Health Counselling. The institute provides small classroom sizes and expert faculty that aim to get to know their students well, ensuring mentorship, joint research opportunities and intellectual guidance. The College is featured in The Princeton Review's Best 382 Colleges of 2018, the fifteenth-consecutive year of this recognition. In addition, the College's notable alumni include former dean of Boston University School of Law Maureen O'Rourke, NBA player Rik Smits and former Scholastic chief editor Bernadette Grey.
- 01Ranked 8th in US News & Media Report's Best US Colleges - Regional North Universities rankings for 2019.
- 02Ranked 99th in Forbes' America's Top Colleges - Northeast rankings for 2018.
- 03Ranked 249th in Time's Money Magazine's Best Colleges for Your Money rankings for 2018.
USD 25,600 Tuition Fee
Prepare students for the challenges faced by professionals in this rapidly changing field. Students may select from a broad base of advanced courses in software design and development, systems programming, database design and programming, computer architecture, distributed systems, artificial intelligence, game design and programming, web technology, networking and computer graphics.
Personalize your degree when you choose an area of specialization - Cloud Computing or Mobile Computing. Use zEnterprise and other top technology systems for your homework and projects.
Students who do not have a Computer Science undergraduate degree in Software Development have two prerequisite courses available to set a solid foundation for the Master's program. Many students start the program with Computer Science or Engineering undergraduate majors.
USD 28,800 Tuition Fee
The primary goal of the Master of Science in Information Systems (MSIS) at Marist College is to help meet the increasing demand for knowledgeable personnel who possess a balanced combination of technical and managerial skills. Work with top technology on campus or off campus.
Personalize your degree by choosing from three concentrations: Business Analytics, Information Systems Management, or Computer Networks and Security. Students can choose to specialize in two concentration areas.
The MSIS graduate degree program places strong emphasis on both the technological and business aspects of systems management and design. Information Systems students are frequently expected to participate in team situations to enhance both their systems thinking and their interpersonal skills. Multiple MSIS graduate degree courses are real-client based in order to enhance the student’s consultative skills and experience.
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- Minimum GPA 3.00
- Minimum incoming TOEFL iBT 79
- Minimum incoming IELTS 6.50
- GRE Required
- GMAT Not required
- Minimum PTE 58
Financial Aid & Scholarship
The College offers a number of scholarships, including merit-based Tuition Scholarships to international graduate students, of up to $4,000.
Scholarships and Campus Employment
Marist international graduate students receive $2,000 - $4,000 USD during their two years of study. More information can be found at https://www.marist.edu/admission/graduate/international-scholarships-and-campus-employment.html
Established in 1929
3399 North Rd, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601, United States
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2008-2011, MPA, Public Administration
James Bradley recommended this school:Marist MPA ProgramI am grateful to the Marist College community, and the Business School particularly, for offering the MPA cohort program in New York City. My graduate degree in Public Administration has granted me the wisdom to understand how much I still need to learn. This is no contradiction. Rather, it is my humble view that the education I received, in the company of my fellow students, opened my eyes to the notion that multiple talents and experiences are all around me. The challenge now is to recognize those talents and allow their presence to drive the greater good. Marist fostered this during my studies, and I miss those classes and experiences
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