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Master of Science in Information Technology - General Information Management

Northcentral University’s Master of Science in Information Technology program is designed to help IT professionals gain management-level knowledge of current technology concepts and tools. The program is designed and taught by experienced technology professionals to ensure it’s aligned with current industry needs. You can tailor the MSIT program to your career goals by choosing a specialization in Cloud and Networking Infrastructure Management, General Information Management, Information Technology Project Management, or Network Risk Management and Control. Throughout the program, you will explore a broad range of topics such as networks, mobile computing, database management, and information security. You will learn about project management, contingency planning, and IP law so that you are prepared to take on technology-related leadership roles in government and private organizations.

Northcentral University’s Master of Science in Information Technology program is designed to help IT professionals gain management-level knowledge of current technology concepts and tools. The program is designed and taught by experienced technology professionals to ensure it’s aligned with current industry needs. You can tailor the MSIT program to your career goals by choosing a specialization in Cloud and Networking Infrastructure Management, General Information Management, Information Technology Project Management, or Network Risk Management and Control. Throughout the program, you will explore a broad range of topics such as networks, mobile computing, database management, and information security. You will learn about project management, contingency planning, and IP law so that you are prepared to take on technology-related leadership roles in government and private organizations.

Northcentral University’s Master of Science in Information Technology General Information Management specialization focuses on developing the skills and knowledge needed to manage and support technical teams by providing a general overview of systems analysis and design, cybersecurity, data integration, and IT asset management. In this specialization, you will conduct technical analysis, design, response, and documentation to support enterprise operations; assess legal, ethical, privacy, and security considerations; and incorporate project management methodology into planning, development, and implementation of IT solutions. The specialization aligns with the knowledge areas required for certification in Network+, Security+, and CRISC.

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