Information Technology, MS
As the Internet continues to impact business and society globally, the demand for professionals with the ability to understand, develop, and apply Internet technology will continue to grow. A 30 credit Pace Master of Science in Information Technology degree gives you the skills and knowledge to lead businesses as they face dynamic challenges.
A highly accessible and supportive faculty enthusiastically share their expertise with you in Java Enterprise Edition technology, Web server technology, e-commerce technology, cyber/Web security, and many other areas.
After fulfilling core requirements, you will embark on a curriculum that requires a concentration in Cybersecurity, and then complete a 3-credit capstone project.
Entering students need not hold an undergraduate degree in a computer-related discipline or have experience in the concentration. You will complete your degree completely online.
|IT 603||Overview of Information Security||3|
|Select two of the following:||6|
|Database Management Systems|
|Systems Development and Project Management|
|Web Development with Contents Management Systems|
|Concepts and Structures in Internet Computing|
|IT 660||Network Security||3|
|IT 662||Web and Internet Security||3|
|IT 664||Computer and Internet Forensics||3|
|IT 666||Information Security Management||3|
|Information Technology Electives|
|Select six credits of the following: 1||6|
|Responsive Web Development with HTML/CSS and jQuery|
|Application Development with .Net and Web Services|
|Introduction to Data Mining|
|XML Application Development|
|Introduction to Cloud Computing Technology|
|Mobile Forensics Investigation|
|IT 691||Capstone Project||3|
Students may choose 2 courses (6 credits) from the list of suggested IT courses for which they have the necessary prerequisite or students may take any Seidenberg graduate course or any graduate Lubin MBA/MGT/MAR course for which they have the necessary prerequisite and the chair’s approval.