Program Requirements

To finish in two years, take two classes per semester and a class in the summer. All courses are online.

Your advisor can help you select courses that match your career goals and needs.

Degree requirements

The Master of Science in Information Technology is a 30 credit-hour program. Students typically complete the program in two years when taking two courses in each of the fall and spring semester and one course in the summer semester of each year. A maximum of two graduate-level courses (6 credit hours) taken at an approved post-secondary institution before acceptance into the program may be applied toward the degree if approved by the Program Director.

MSIT course offerings up to 30 credit hours:

Course Code Course Title
ITC 732 Strategic IT Planning
ITC 734 Staffing the Information Systems Function
ITC 736 IT Infrastructure
ITC 738 Information System Project Management
ITC 740 IT System Development
ITC 742 Management of End User Computing
ITC 744 IT System Management
ITC 746 Data Management
ITC 747 IT Legal Issues
ITC 748 Principles of Information Security
ITC 750 IT Sourcing and Procurement
ITC 752 Behavioral and Leadership in IT
ITC 754 Organizational Transformation
ITC 756 Special Topics in Information Systems
ITC 765 Computer Forensics

Research

Research projects with oral or written reports may be required in any graduate MSIT course.