Master of Science in Information Systems (PO 2018)


Important information

A new, revised Master Information Systems will start in the winter semester 2024/2025. It is no longer possible to apply for the "old" program. All further information and details on how to apply for the new program can be found under the following link:


Digitalization affects us all. The public discourse is buzzing with a plethora of concepts: digital transformation, data science, and mobile computing are but a few trending topics. Together they represent the many facets of our digital future.
We may not yet know its exact form, but digitalization sets out to transform every fabric of how we conduct business, and how we communicate and collaborate. In short, the very way we live together in a globalized, digitalized society.

This program is designed for those who want to participate in the shaping of our digital future. It is geared towards those who want to know more than a buzzword but also want to understand the underlying mechanisms. It is a program that grants students the freedom to actively compose their own, individual curriculum.

Your education with us can be broad, or specialized. It can prepare you for starting your own business, for a job in a specific industry or an academic career. In short, this program puts you in the driver's seat because it is your journey into the digital future.

Key facts about our program:

  • International: All courses taught in English
  • Quality-approved: Accredited by AACSB
  • Free of charge: No tuition fees
  • Thorough: Four terms
  • Practice-oriented
  • Seven specialization possibilities
  • Flexible: Customizable track structure and a broad scope of electives, ranging from business administration to computer science

For current students of Master of Science Information Systems Examination Regulation 2018: A description of the lecture contents in the Module Handbook as well as your Examination Regulation is available on the Website of the Examination Office of the Department of Information Systems.

On this page you will find information about our requirements you need to fulfill to become a part of it and how the application process works.

You might also want to have a look at our FAQ page.



The following contact details are only for matters relating to the M.Sc. in Information Systems and are not relevant to the application process.

Master Coordination 
Department of Information Systems 
Leonardo Campus 11
D-48149 Münster, Germany

Please also read the FAQs.