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Applied Information Technology

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​This area of specialization within the MS in Applied Technology program addresses contemporary needs for understanding and applying the core principles of technology to solve problems, improve effectiveness and increase efficiencies in corporations, health care institutions, and government agencies. With the combination of coursework, workplace-based projects, and liberal learning seminars, students advance their technological, organizational, and personal capacities. Individuals who serve or are moving into positions of serving as liaisons between the Information Technology department and a functional business unit are likely to benefit from this graduate program. The program also serves those who work within departments that are information dependent, rely heavily on information technology, and/or seeking to advance their careers through project management or information technology management positions.

Foundation Courses

Course Title Quarter Hours
PM 430FUNDAMENTALS OF IT PROJECT MANAGEMENT4
or IS 430 FUNDAMENTALS OF IT PROJECT MANAGEMENT
IS 483INFORMATION SERVICES AND OPERATIONS4
ECT 424ENTERPRISE INFRASTRUCTURE4

Advanced Courses

Course Title Quarter Hours
CNS 440INFORMATION SECURITY MANAGEMENT4
IS 535INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INVESTMENT FINANCIAL ANALYSIS4
IS 451DATABASE DESIGN FOR INFORMATION SYSTEMS (FORMERLY CSC 451)4

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