Master's of Science in Information Technology Degree
The Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT) program is designed for those students interested in pursuing a career as a senior information technology (IT) professional who can apply accepted standards and best practices to effectively plan, design, implement and manage the various aspects of an IT organization. All the courses in the MSIT program are offered both face-to-face and online.
5000-Level Foundation Courses (0 - 10.5 hours)
Students can request institutional credit for a foundation course if: the equivalent
undergraduate or graduate course was completed within the last ten years in another
accredited college or university with a grade of "C" or better. Other students may
satisfy foundation courses by passing an exam or by taking these courses.
|IT 5101||Introduction to Database Systems||1.5|
|IT 5102||Introduction to Computer Security||1.5|
|IT 5200||Introduction to Platforms & OS||1.5|
|IT 5201||Introduction to Computer Networks (IT 5200)||1.5|
|IT 5303||Introduction to Programming & Software Development||3.0|
|IT 5302||Introduction to Web Development (IT 5303)||1.5|