Being a MIS Master's Student

A big “thank-you” to students in Eve Cran’s spring MIS Project Management class who produced videos on being an Eller international student. These videos will help potential international students gain perspective as to the Eller experience at the University of Arizona.

Jay Fielder (project manager) shares, “We needed a project for our project management class and thought about Eller’s prospective international student population. We knew that there was great interest in Eller programs because of its excellent education, but international students have no idea what it is like to live in Tucson and be a part of our community. So we made these videos, showcasing our current international students, to help demonstrate what is so great about being a part of the Eller community."

Most Interesting MIS Class

Highlights include

"I discovered that learning in the U.S. is very different from my country. This program helped me to adjust to the differences and become a better student."
"I learned how U.S. corporate world works which I had no idea about."
"I liked the use of cases that put you in the "shoes" of a CIO, CTO or IT manager."
"The team projects and working together were awesome."


What Will I Learn at Eller MIS?

Highlights include

“This is a once in a lifetime experience. I’m learning not only about MIS theory but also how to live and learn in a new country.”
“The MIS program is the bridge between you and the real world.”
“I’ve learned the most since I’ve been here. More than my other schools and when I was working and actually in all my 23 years!”
 “It’s a great diverse community.”
“I’ve learned how to manage school, family, friends.”


A short introduction to the MIS department, University of Arizona, Eller College of Management.