Master of Science in Information Technology - General
Successful organizations use technology to find solutions to a variety of business challenges, and senior level personnel who understand how to use technology to positively contribute to productivity and the bottom line are highly valued. CTU’s Master of Science in Information Technology - general degree program is designed to prepare students with the professional skills necessary to consistently align an enterprise’s IT strategies and offerings to its business goals and processes. The Master of Science in Information Technology also challenges students to embrace the latest IT technologies in the interest of serving an enterprise’s customers securely and efficiently.
CTU’s online Master of Science in Information Technology degree programs were ranked among the Best Online Programs for 2016 by U.S. News and World Report.*
Relevant Institutional/Programmatic Accreditation
CTU is institutionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission www.hlcomission.org
Online | Colorado Springs | Denver
The following courses are specific to the General specialization. To view courses that must be completed for all Master of Science in Information Technology degrees, visit the Master of Science in Information Technology overview page.
- Information Technology Capstone
Select 4 credit hours from 600-level Business, CS or IT
Select 16 credit hours of electives from the list below:
- Digital Forensics
- Data and Applications Security
- Operating Systems Security
- Network Security
- Security Management
- Database Systems
- Data Warehouse
- Business Intelligence Systems & Methods
- Network Administration
- Enterprise Network Architecture
- IT Governance and Risk Management
- Virtual Systems
- Advanced Research & Study in Data Management
Other elective courses by approval only.
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Master of Science in Information Technology
If you want to achieve more in your career, you have to own every opportunity— starting with the right Master of Science in Information Technology degree. Potential career paths for those who earn a Master of Science in Information Technology – General include: 2
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- Software Engineer
- Systems Engineer
- Firmware Engineer
- Software Developer
- Systems Analyst
- Applications Engineer
- Business Systems Analyst
- Business Analyst
- Application Developer
- Software Development Engineer
- Senior Systems Engineer
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1Students may be required to complete some or all coursework for the program via Virtual Campus
2http://burning-glass.com/job-market-data/; The career titles are provided by Burning Glass. These results are based upon an analysis of over 7 million current job listings compiled from over 17,000 sources – the world’s most comprehensive repository of job openings. Students who earn this degree should not view this list as exhaustive and are not limited to only these options post-graduation. Some career titles listed above may not be entry-level and may require further education or job experience.
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