The master’s degree in IT is offered with three concentrations.
Student must complete four core courses (twelve credits), one concentration (nine credits), and fifteen elective credits in order to earn an information technology graduate degree. Core courses, concentrations, and electives are listed below. If the thesis option is elected, students take nine credits of elective and six credits of thesis. Plans for the thesis option must be made with and approved by the program office.
MSIT 630 Database Systems
MSIT 650 Platform and Network Technologies
MSIT 660 Software Development
ISEC 615 Fundamentals of Security Technologies (replaces MSIT 670)
Application Development Concentration, Required Courses
MSIT 665 Web Services
MSIT 662 Mobile Application Development in iOS
MSIT 664 Mobile Application Development in Android
MSIT 668 Application Development Capstone
Database Concentration, Required Courses
MMIS 671 Fundamentals of Analytics and Business Intelligence
MMIS 643 Data Mining
MSIT 638 Database Capstone
System Administration Concentration, Required Courses
MSIT 652 System Integration and Administration
MSIT 654 Database Integration and Administration
MSIT 658 System and Database Administration Capstone
Students select any five 600-level courses at the school with prefix MMIS, MSIT, or ISEC except MMIS 630, 653; or ISEC 600, 620, 640, 650, 660.
See the entire program at a glance. The two-year plans of study will assist you in planning your future at NSU. It presents an overall idea of the order in which courses might be taken in a two-year plan.
Master of Science in Information Technology
Application Development Concentration: 2-Year Plan of Study
Database Concentration: 2-Year Plan of Study
System Administration Concentration: 2-Year Plan of Study