Program Options


In the age of Big Data, the challenge for organizations is to gather and analyze an ever-increasing amount of data for decision making. Organizations today, more than ever, need professionals that possess a distinct combination of diverse skills.

The Master of Science in Information Systems and Operations Management (ISOM) Program delivers a learning experience that emphasizes analytics, technology, business, and communication—with a focus on problem solving. Our graduates are sought after by firms in a variety of sectors such as consulting, financial services, technology, and energy.

  • Traditional Master’s
  • Combined Bachelor’s/Master’s

Traditional Master’s

The traditional option requires students be on campus, increasing opportunities to work as teams and network with peers. Students can complete the program in one and a half or two years, based upon academic background.

Data Science, Information Technology or Supply Chain Management tracks (with a Business Degree or Minor):

  • Length: 1-1/2 years
  • Credits needed: 36
  • Starting semester: Fall or Spring

Data Science, Information Technology or Supply Chain Management tracks (with a Non-Business Degree):

  • Length: 2 years
  • Credits needed: 40
  • Starting semester: Fall or Spring

Students in Business Analytics Track (for all majors):

  • Length: 10 months
  • Credits needed: 36
  • Starting semester: Fall only

Combined Degree

Any current UF undergraduate with at least a 3.0 may pursue the ISOM Combined Degree option. Up to 16 credit hours may be counted as dual credit toward both the undergraduate and graduate degrees, saving time and money.

  • Length: Approximately 1 year beyond bachelor’s degree
  • Credits needed: 36–40