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Curriculum

The Master of Science in Information Technology degree program consists of 30 credit hours of course work, including 7 core courses (21 credit hours) and 3 elective courses (9 credit hours).

As you enter the MSIT program, an advisor will review your transcripts to determine what courses may be required for you to complete the MSIT. If you did not have an undergraduate degree in IT area, you may need to take some or all of these foundation or prerequisite courses for the more advanced courses in the MSIT. You may take these courses at the graduate or undergraduate classification to complete requirements.

Foundation Courses (0-9 credit hours, may be waived by advisor):
MBA 5013 – Business Applications of Statistical Analysis
INT 5024 – Business Application Programming
INT 6043 – Enterprise Information Technology
Core Required Courses (21 credit hours):
MBA 7063 – Project Management
INT 6113 – Database Modeling & Administration
INT 6123 – Systems Analysis & Design
INT 6143 – Enterprise IT Infrastructure
INT 7213 – Emerging Technologies
INT 7223 – Enterprise Systems Security
INT 7593 – Information Technology Integration
Specializations Courses (minimum of 9 credits):
Business Analytics
INT 7513 – Business Analytics & Data Mining
INT 7623 – Data Warehousing Analysis & Design
INT 7253 – Business Process Modeling
Information Assurance
INT 7233 – Network Security
INT 7243 – Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity
INT 7263 – IT Audit & Controls
Project Management
MBA 7063 – Project Management
MBA 7173 – Project Risk & Quality Management
INT 6253 – Managing Outsourced Projects
INT 7463 – Virtual Work Environments
INT 7563 – Program & Portfolio Management

Three graduate-level general electives may also count towards completion of the degree if approved by an advisor.