Information Technology (M.S.)

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Want to leverage organizational technology assets at the next level? Advance your IT career with a Master of Science in Information Technology from University of the Cumberlands and take you current IT expertise and experience further. You’ll learn what it takes to use predictive analytics to identify cyber threats, make data driven policy decisions, and analyze issues involving everything from data and cloud computing to organizing IT operations across an enterprise.

This program provides the in-depth look at computer science, data intelligence, analytics and IT security you need to explore IT employment opportunities in virtually every sector of the economy. Potential career opportunities include:

  • Computer and information systems manager
  • Computer systems analyst
  • Database administrator
  • Network and computer systems administrator
  • Network architect
  • Network support specialist

If you’re interested in enhancing your credentials and taking your IT career to the next level, you owe it to yourself to fill out the form on this page! We’ll be in touch soon.

Program Outcomes

Advance your career at your own pace through a convenient online curriculum.

Gain a competitive edge and acquire the skills you need to make a bigger difference.

Network with industry experts and fellow students who share your professional goals.

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