Master of Science in Information Technology
It’s an information-driven world. The ability to lead teams and organizations while solving technological challenges is critical to the career success of IT professionals.
Our Master of Science in Information Technology teaches you to combine your technical knowledge with problem-solving skills to grow your career. Build on your technology expertise while exploring topics like finance, engineering, manufacturing, and logistics. Test innovative ideas about information and data transfer across systems and even globally in our program. And do it by studying online while continuing to work.
Earning your Master of Information Technology from LTU is:
- Convenient – study when and where you want; it’s available Online
- Fast-paced – complete your degree in two years or less
- Collaborative – learn alongside professionals from some of the largest companies in the region
- Engaging – combine technology and management skills
- Relevant – choose optional concentrations in Cybersecurity or Project Management
As a qualified information technology professional, you will be in demand. The MSIT degree from Lawrence Tech’s College of Business and Information Technology will position you for advancement and prepare you for a challenging and rewarding career.
Our two optional concentrations are:
Improve digital security, while examining vulnerabilities, threats, and risks associated with technology applications. This concentration will help you develop a broad range of security-based skills to match the challenge of an increasingly volatile digital landscape.
Explore methodologies on managerial topics including: risk management, organization, and best practices in outsourced project leadership. This concentration will strengthen your ability to lead teams and ensure projects are delivered on time and within scope.
LTU’s College of Business and Information Technology is fully accredited by AACSB International. AACSB accreditation represents the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide.