Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Please email the MMIS office with your A-number, course CRN, and the specific error that you are receiving. In most cases, an MMIS staff member will be able to enter an override for you.
Association for Information Systems
The Association for Information Systems (AIS) club competes annually in data analytics, IT security, IT entrepreneurship, and other data-related competitions. The AIS club meets the first and third Tuesday of every month. Their Tuesday events are company information session which provide students an incredible opportunity to network with companies. They also host tech-workshops on the second and fourth Friday of every month. The tech-workshops give students a broad-overview of important tech skills. To join AIS, please follow this link, https://huntsman.usu.edu/ais/join_ais. You will then be added to their Canvas course and receive notifications of events and job postings. For questions about AIS, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Business Intelligence Group
The Business Intelligence Group (BiG) is comprised of both graduate and undergraduate students who throughout the school year will dedicate their efforts (in groups) toward the completion of an assigned data science/business intelligence project. These can be students with or without skills or experience with these type of projects. We encourage students from all types of degrees as data manipulation and prediction can be applied to any field of study. The meetings are tailored toward each group’s availability while measuring the appropriate timetable for their assigned project. Please visit http://huntsman.usu.edu/bigroup/ for more information or email email@example.com for questions.
Qualified applicants should meet the following program requirements:
- 3.0 grade point average (4.0 scale) on the last 60 semester hours completed at a college or university
- 40th percentile on the verbal portion of the GRE or GMAT
- 40th percentile on the quantitative portion of the GRE or GMAT
International applicants must also meet one of the following requirements:
- TOEFL: 59 Paper Based / 79 Internet
- IELTS score of 6.0 (and a minimum score of 5 on each subscale)
GRE/GMAT quantitative: 60th percentile
GRE/GMAT verbal: 41th percentile
Grade point average: 3.51 (4.0 scale)
International Student Deadlines:
May 15 for a fall semester start.
Highly qualified applicants may be considered for a spring semester start, but all application materials must be received by 1 October.
Domestic Student Preferred Deadline:
August 1 for a fall semester start and December 1 for a spring semester start.
For domestic students, applications may be accepted until all program seats are filled.
Yes, funding is available in the form of assistantships, scholarships, and waivers. All students admitted by 1 March are considered for funding. Scholarships and assistantships are competitive and awarded based on test scores and grades. Information about waivers may be found on our Tuition/Financial Aid webpage.
No additional applications are required to be considered for funding; your admission information will be sufficient.
Other (non-departmental) financial aid options are offered through FAFSA. Please contact the USU Financial Aid Office, firstname.lastname@example.org, 435-797-0173, for more information.