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Information Technology Track

The Master of Science in Computer Science, Information Technology track, offers a slightly different course requirement than the general M.S. in Computer Science for those students who wish to specialize in information technology. Students can take courses in networking, security, and database.

The Computer Science & Information Technology Department offers all graduate program courses online via real-time virtual classroom - students attend class on campus or remotely as it occurs. A student may earn a master's degree 100% face-to-face, 100% online, or a combination as best fits his/her needs.  

The program is capped by either a thesis or comprehensive examination.

Information Technology Program Checksheet

Career Opportunities

Students who receive a master's degree in the information technology track are not only given the same opportunities that a bachelors of information technology give, but are also given higher opportunities within those same careers. 

For additional information about this program, contact the graduate program coordinator at or (484)-646-4299.