Program Options


In light of possible continued testing difficulties amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the UF Graduate School temporarily adjusted the GMAT and GRE testing policy. Through Fall of 2021, a GMAT or GRE score is waived for applicants to one of Warrington’s Specialized Master’s programs. Please contact the program administrators for updated application requirements and to check space availability.

In the age of analytics, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, 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, AI, 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 concentrations (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 concentrations (with a Non-Business Degree):

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

Students in Business Analytics concentration (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