Combining sound Computer Science
concepts with real-world skills, our
MSIT program will help you develop your
mind and spirit for the challenges of
Information Technology vocations.
The MS IT degree is a 39 credit program. Depending upon student background and preparation, CSC 501 may be waived resulting in a 36 credit program. While these are the minimum credit requirements, we encourage students to complete more than the minimum to enhance their graduate experience.
Our program is designed to meet the
needs not only of current IT
professionals and new graduates
interested in IT, but also those who
enjoy using technology to help other
people solve problems. It will provide
you with the foundational knowledge and
skills to understand computer systems
and their relationship to business
Job Outlook With an Information Technology Degree - Degreecentral.com
Posted September 20, 2013
Whether it is drafting reports at work, conducting research and writing papers in school, or logging on to your bank account online to pay bills, there is virtually no task today that does not, in one way or the other, utilize information technology. Technology has become a critical part of our public and personal lives. Individuals with an IT education and/or background not only have a great chance of finding immediate and meaningful employment, but also stand at the forefront of some of the most exciting and lucrative jobs in the future.
Computer software engineers rely on their knowledge of computer science and mathematical analysis to develop, design, test, and evaluate the software and systems that operate our computers. Their tasks are evolving quickly and reflect the ever-changing landscape of computer technology.