The graduate programs in Information Technology prepare students for a career as a computing professional and for preparation for doctoral work.

Your Future Opportunities

Obtaining a major in Information Technology prepares students for a variety of career opportunities.

Careers in this field

  • Computer Forensic Investigator
  • Data Modeler
  • IT Consultant
  • Mobile Application Developer 

Department of Computer Information Science

The Information Technology program is part of the Department of Computer Information Science.

Information Security and Risk Management, Professional Science Master's (PSM)

Program requirements for Information Security and Risk Management.

Information Technology, Master of Science (MS)

The Master of Science in Information Technology is geared towards practicing information technologists who want to continue their training in software development, networking, information security, databases and research methods.

Data Science, Master of Science (MS)

The M.S. in Data Science program provides a strong foundation for developing, implementing, and evaluating data analytics solutions to transform raw data into meaningful and actionable insights.

Cyber Risk Analysis, Graduate Certificate

The Graduate Certificate in Cyber Risk Analysis is designed for full-time students, part-time students, and working professionals who want to position themselves towards the cybersecurity field.

Database Technology, Graduate Certificate

Program requirements for the graduate certificate in Database Technology.

Information Technology Faculty & Staff

Meet our Information Technology faculty and staff.