Marist in New York - Master's Degree

Marist in New York provides you with the best technology for your MS in Information Systems and MS in Computer Science - Software Development degrees through our Marist/IBM Joint Venture.

Highly reputed by Princeton Review and U. S. News and World Report

Tuition is competitive for the Northeastern United States, and the cost of living is much lower than in New York City.

Feel at home in our small classes and established international student community.

  • Average Tuition USD 28,800
  • Students 6,569
  • Campus Setting Residential

School Description

Marist College is a private liberal arts college on the scenic Mid-Hudson Valley New York region offering Bachelor, Master, and Doctorate degrees. Small classes and excellent technology provide you with tools you need for success in your undergraduate and graduate degree programs.

Recognized for excellence by U.S. News & World Report, Time, and "The Princeton Review," and by "Barron's Best Buys in College Education," Marist is noted for its leadership in the use of technology to enhance the teaching and learning process.

A well-established international graduate community primarily composed of students from India gives you a home away from home.

Access top technology for your Master's degree:

• The 57,000-square-foot Hancock Center is home to the Computer Science and Math Department
• Marist was the first graduate institution to acquire zEnterprise mainframe computers.
• Center for Cloud Computing and Analytics
funded through a $3 million award by New York State
IBM/Marist Joint Venture offers you top-quality technology for your projects and courses
National Science Foundation-funded Enterprise Computing Research Laboratory lets you access Marist computers and software on and off campus, making it convenient to work on your projects and homework from anywhere with high-speed internet access.
NYS Center of Excellence in Cloud Computing and Analytics, funded by $3 million USD NY State grant provides opportunities to work and study cloud computing and analytics.

  • 01Marist has a Joint Venture with IBM and was the first graduate institution to acquire zEnterprise mainframe computers.
  • 02Marist is commutable to New York City with a 50% lower cost of living in New York City
  • 03100+ international graduate students on campus, mostly from India

Master Programs

  • 3399 North Rd, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601, United States

    MS in Computer Science Software Development

    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.

  • 3399 North Rd, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601, United States

    MS in Information Systems

    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.

Rankings

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    SchoolApply Ranking 255
  • Forbes (USA)
    Forbes (USA) 220

Admission Requirements

  • Minimum GPA 2.90
  • Minimum incoming TOEFL 79
  • Minimum incoming IELTS 6.50
  • Minimum incoming GRE 280

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    • 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

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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