Experiential Learning

Nothing prepares you for the challenges you’ll face in the boardroom like experiential learning. These opportunities include:

  • Capstone Project: Teams of students work together for one semester to address a problem presented by a corporate client. The teams interview clients and potential systems users, conduct market research, and translate client needs into a requirements document. Company partners have included Batesville Casket, Baxter, Cummins, Deloitte, EY, Hill-Rom, Humana, Mead Johnson, Roche Diagnostics, and Whirlpool.
  • Case Competitions: Multiple case competitions throughout the program hone students’ “soft skills”—presentations, client engagement, and teamwork.
  • Internships: The MSIS program requires all students to participate in a non-credit internship. Learn more about your internship options.

Opportunity is waiting for you at Kelley.

Jumpstart Your Career

The MS in Information Systems will prepare you for a rewarding career in a rapidly growing field. Bipin Prabhakar, chair of Information Systems Graduate Programs, explains how the MSIS curriculum leads to work-ready students, 97% of whom earn a job in their degree field. 

Application Deadlines

Kelley students are encouraged to apply early in their undergraduate careers.

For no application fee and a simplified process, apply by the priority deadline:

U.S. undergraduates in their senior year: January 15

Non-U.S. undergraduates: November 1



Invest in Your Future

More than 97 percent of MS in Information Systems students receive job offers in their degree field.


The Kelley Advantage

Top companies—including Accenture, EY, Deloitte, General Motors and PwC—hire MSIS students because they know our innovative curriculum prepares students for the future of business technology.