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Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT) On Campus Program

The 36 hour MSIT program includes 24 hours of required courses covering broad technological areas, such as database management, cloud computing, electronic commerce, and enterprise architecture. The MSIT master program is a STEM program and organized in such a manner so that students will be exposed to all areas of information technology. The degree is aimed at providing a comprehensive perspective of the technology profession, and as such, will prepare students for the technological challenges in today’s industries.
You can qualify for a GMAT waiver with a Bachelor's degree in business from a regionally-accredited college of university with a 3.5 GPA or higher, a previous Master's degree, or three or more years of leadership/managerial experience (with resume submitted).

 

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Admission Requirements

Prospective students will have a bachelor degree in the field of Business, Engineering, Computer Science, or any technology related field.
Students without appropriate educational background will be required to take additional pre-requisite courses.
Admission to the program requires a bachelor’s degree with a grade-point average of at least 2.75 (A = 4.0) and a GMAT score of not less than 450 (depends on your grade- point average) or equivalent GRE score. International students must score at least 550 on the TOEFL. The GMAT/GRE requirement will be waived if the student has an overall GPA of 3.50 or better from an AACSB- accredited program.

Major Requirements

IS 813 Information Technology Project Management 3 hours
IS 823 Systems Analysis and Design 3 hours
IS 843 Electronic Commerce4 3 hours
IS 873 Info. Syst. for Managerial Decision Making 3 hours
IS 824 Database Management 3 hours
IS 825 Cloud Computing & Management 3 hours
IS 826 Application Programming 3 hours
IS 828 Enterprise Architecture 3 hours


Electives: (choose 12 hours)

CS 564 Network Defense & Countermeasure 3 hours
CS 565 Computer Forensics 3 hours
IS 504 Data Mining 3 hours
IS 805 Special Topics in Information Systems 3 hours
IS 827 Advanced Application Programming 3 hours
IS 853 Business Analytics 3 hours
IS 863 Enterprise Resource Planning 3 hours

For a complete list of General Education and other degree requirements, please refer to the course catalog here.