Friends University’s Master of Management Information Systems program is ranked in the top 30 MMIS programs at No. 5 in the nation, according to Onlinecollegeplan.com. Friends University was the only school in Kansas on the list. Friends was specifically noted for quality support measures as well as adult-friendly learning measures at the University. Also noted was the wide variety of concentrations available to students in the MMIS program.
“We’re very pleased our Master of Management Information Systems program continues to garner high rankings,” said Dr. Kenneth Stoltzfus, academic dean of Friends University. “Excellent faculty members with strong academic and experiential credentials prepare our graduates to live out the Friends mission of honoring God and serving others by taking on leadership roles in the information systems field.”
To determine the top online programs, the researchers working for Onlinecollegeplan.com studied each program’s affordability, student support and academic quality.
The Master of Management Information Systems program is offered online and on campus in Wichita and works to prepare students to be responsible and knowledgeable in their professional positions within leadership roles in the information systems industry.
To learn more about the ranking, visit https://www.onlinecollegeplan.com/rankings/best-online-masters-in-management-information-systems-programs. To learn more about Friends University’s degree, visit https://www.friends.edu/graduate/management-information-systems/.
Friends University, a Christian University of Quaker heritage, equips students to honor God and serve others by integrating their intellectual, spiritual and professional lives.