Master’s level programs in Information Systems provide exciting opportunities for schools and departments that are willing to actively engage with their corporate partners and other key stakeholders to develop products that simultaneously address the needs of students, employers, and other stakeholders and build on the core strengths of the IS discipline. This article reports on the results of a panel discussion on master’s level education in IS that took place at AMCIS 2010. The panelists included experienced program directors, curriculum experts, and academic administrators from both North America and Europe. Their contributions brought together descriptions of successful program models, in-depth understanding of how the context for master’s programs in IS is changing, and ideas regarding the future direction for master’s education in IS.
The author team and content has changed since this panel report's publication. Please use the updated version and citation from now on.
Topi, H., Helfert, M., Ramesh, V., & Wigand, R. T. (2011). Future of Master’s Level Education in Information Systems. Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 28, pp-pp. https://doi.org/10.17705/1CAIS.02827