Master of Science
Due to the growing complexity of data-storing systems – IT professionals are found in virtually every industry. From mom-and-pop shops to multinational corporations, businesses need IT. Over the next decade, career opportunities in IT are expected to grow faster than average. From healthcare to sports, from retail to government—no organization can function without employees who have the skills and credentials of an IT professional. You can become one of those most-sought-after experts by completing a thirty-credit (30) Computer Science master's degree in the Information Technology track.
The program is capped by either a six-credit thesis or Program of Study Summary.
Sample Career Options
*Applicants with a undergraduate GPA of 3.5+ may request a test waiver.
Fall semester: August 1st
Spring semester: December 1st
Summer sessions: May 1st
Student Learning Outcomes