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.
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|