Information Systems Technologies M.S. Admission

Please refer to The Graduate Admissions Process section for general graduate admission information and requirements.

1. Submit a Graduate Application

A $35 non-refundable application fee is required.

2. Submit official transcripts

Students without a technology-related undergraduate degree or a sufficient level of technology experience or expertise are encouraged to take IST-5500 (Fundamentals of Technology). This course introduces students from a non-technology background to the concepts and terminology with which instructors in graduate-level technology courses expect students to be familiar.

Official transcripts should be sent electronically or by mail to:

Wilmington University
Office of Graduate Admissions
31 Read's way
New Castle, DE 19720

Any transcripts from institutions outside of the United States require an official course-by-course evaluation by a approved agency.

Note: In order to receive financial aid, a transcript listing a Bachelor's degree conferral must be on file.

3. Submit a Wilmington University Code of Conduct Policy form

4. Program Planning Conference

5. Register for IST 7000

Research is an integral part of graduate studies. The Master of Science - Information Systems Technologies program uses the APA Research Format for all research papers. If you are not familiar with this citation system, please consider taking IST-5000, our introductory academic writing lab.

If you are an international student, please click here for additional information.

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