The online MSIT program offers students an opportunity to examine the many contexts in which information technology is employed, and how to identify opportunities for operational improvement. Students explore how to best apply IT to real-world situations, learning to develop strategies and applications to provide the highest level of value. From managing databases to maintaining the high-level architecture of computerized networks, the MSIT offers students the skills they need to become an invaluable asset to their organization.
LTU’s online MSIT program embraces the IT industry’s evolving landscape by offering a unique three-part approach devoted to three goals: developing managerial skills, practicing technical expertise, and creating a strong foundation in standards and practices. Additionally, students of the program can create a combination of electives and coursework unique to them, building a flexible curriculum that best meets the demands of their personal and professional goals.
The coursework of our online programs reflects the same heritage of relevance, detail, and practicality enjoyed by our students enrolled in on-campus programs, offering distance learners an opportunity to advance their skills and their careers from the comfort of their own homes.
We are proud of the numerous awards and recognition our university and programs have received, including a Top 30% ranking in tuition ROI of universities nationwide by Bloomberg Businessweek, a “Best in the Midwest” designation from the Princeton Review, and consistent high rankings by U.S. News & World Report for the past 20 years.
LTU’s Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT) program is offered online through our College of Management. In addition to the University’s accreditation, the College of Management is accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) and the International Assembly of Collegiate Business Education (IACBE). Lawrence Technological University is also accredited by the Higher Learning commission and a member of the North Central Association.