Master of Science in Information Technology

Program Curriculum and Course Description

The Master of Science in Information Technology prepares students to pursue technical, as well as management careers in all employment sectors. The program emphasizes acquisition of sound theoretical concepts with intensive “hands-on” experience in the area of information technology. The courses are taught by faculty with high level expertise gained through their research activity, affiliations with industry and professional experience. For more information, click on Program Curriculum and Course Description.

Research Areas:

  • Cloud Computing

  • Computer and Network Security

  • Enterprise Computing

  • High Performance Computing

  • Information Retrieval

  • Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining

  • Wireless Networking

Funding Opportunities

The University currently funds some assistantships and may have financial assistance for tuition remission and stipends. The University's Office of Financial Aid may also have assistance opportunities. Financial aid is based on merit and availability of funds.

Employment Opportunities

Our graduates work in a variety of positions, which include Database and Network Administrator, System Analyst, IT consultant, and Project Manager. Our graduates are employed with EMC, Accenture, AT & T, General Electric, IBM, Northrop Grumman, and state and federal agencies. Students also have the opportunity to pursue Doctoral study.


For Admissions requirements, please visit the Graduate Schools website.

For Additional Information

Dr. Agrawal Rajeev


Dr. Clay Gloster