N.J. school tops ’30 Best Online Masters in Management Information Systems’ list by OnlineCollegePlan

OnlineCollegePlan has released its latest ranking of master’s degrees in management information systems, and a New Jersey school topped the list.

The field sits on the crux of human and information systems and seeks to optimize them, OCP said.

This year, OCP narrowed its list to 30 schools by surveying more masters in management information systems than any year prior. It also employed a ranking system that was broken down into three categories:

  • Program financial score (33.3%): the percentage of students whose financial need were met as well as the robustness of the financial aid department and offerings;
  • Academic Support Measures (33.3%): including student-to-faculty ratios, average graduation rates and time-until graduation;
  • Academic Quality (33.3%): presence of high profile research opportunities and designations.

Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken was ranked No. 1 on the list due to quality support, financial and admissions standards, as well as the depth and flexibility of the program’s curriculum, OCP said. Students in the program can specialize in project management, software engineering, business process and service innovation, cybersecurity risk management, and business analytics and intelligence.

Here are the 30 Best Online Masters in Management Information Systems:

1. Stevens Institute of Technology;
2. Liberty University (Lynchburg, Virginia);
3. Florida State University (Tallahassee, Florida);
4. Nova Southeastern University (Fort Lauderdale, Florida);
5. Friends University (Wichita, Kansas);
6. Drexel University (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania);
7. University of Michigan-Dearborn (Dearborn, Michigan);
8. Marist College (Poughkeepsie, New York);
9. Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania);
10. Concordia University-Wisconsin (Mequon, Wisconsin);
11. George Washington University (Washington, D.C.);
12. University of Illinois at Springfield (Springfield, Illinois);
13. Mississippi State University (Mississippi State, Mississippi);
14. Florida Institute of Technology (Melbourne, Florida);
15. Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (Daytona Beach, Florida);
16. University of Illinois (Champaign, Illinois);
17. University of the Cumberlands (Williamsburg, Kentucky);
18. Missouri University of Science & Technology (Rolla, Missouri);
19. University of Maine (Orono, Maine);
20. Arizona State University (Tempe, Arizona);
21. Auburn University (Auburn, Alabama);
22. West Texas A&M University (Canyon, Texas);
23. Dakota State University (Madison, South Dakota);
24. Tarleton State University (Stephenville, Texas);
25. University of Arizona (Tucson, Arizona);
26. Minot State University (Minot, North Dakota);
27. Oklahoma State University (Stillwater, Oklahoma);
28. University of Colorado Denver (Denver, Colorado);
29. Bellevue University (Bellevue, Nebraska);
30. Wright State University (Dayton, Ohio).