Schedule an advising appointment to be able to register. All graduate students must meet with an advisor before registration. You can also schedule an appointment to discuss your program if you have questions or concerns.
The MPS advisor guides you as you complete your degree in one of eight option areas.
Your advising comes from a two-person program committee of graduate faculty members, selected by you. These faculty members must come from the program areas combined in your degree.
This committee will help you develop your program of study form for admission into the program.
The MSIS program coordinator can also serve as an advising resource.
If you elect to complete a thesis, the MSIS program coordinator will serve as the third member of your committee.
In the thesis option, your lead advisor must come from the primary area (most number of credit hours) in which your course work is completed.
You identify a faculty member willing to serve as your advisor. This faculty member must be associated with one of the departments included in your certificate plan of study form.
The individualized certificate program coordinator and/or individualized certificate committee can assist you in identifying this advisor, and developing your certificate plan of study form.