Thank you for your interest in our programs, please review the information below on how to apply and please contact Joe Allegra at email@example.com if you need additional assistance.
BBA in MIS
The nationally ranked Fox BBA in MIS program is designed for students who enjoy working with information technology and want to be at the cutting edge of business use of technology. The ideal Fox MIS student has done well in high school, maintained a 3.5 grade point average, ranked in the top 20% of their class, and scored in the top 20% percentiles (average 1200) on SAT or ACT. The ideal transfer student comes from an accredited college, and maintained a 3.5 grade point average. If you fit these criteria, we would like to offer you scholarship and admission assistance, please contact Joseph Allegra at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are currently a Fox School or Temple student, and would like to transfer into the BBA in MIS, you will need to meet minimum GPA requirements, please contact Joseph Allegra at email@example.com
The Fox School undergraduate programs is a great place to get general information about the Fox School or the admissions process.
MIS minors are designed for students who are already at the Fox School, to declare a minor, please select the appropriate link below:
- Management information systems
- Information technology innovation and entrepreneurship
- Digital marketing
MBA and MS programs
- MBA in Information Technology Management
- MS in IT Auditing and Cyber-security
- MS in Healthcare Informatics
PhD in MIS
The Fox PhD in MIS provides students with an opportunity to work with the Fox School’s internationally recognized researchers. The full-time program is designed for individuals who would like to pursue an academic career. If you have a high standardized (GMAT or GRE) test score and at least two years work experience, we would like to offer you scholarship and admission assistance, please contact Joseph Allegra at firstname.lastname@example.org. To get started, please view the instructions on the PhD in MIS site.