The Master of Science in Information Technology at University of the Cumberlands focuses on the advanced practice role of the use of predictive analytics to identify cyber threats, employ big data analytics to improving healthcare, and empower smart cities in making data-driven policy changes critical for societal well-being. This program is designed to meet the aggressive demand for qualified data scientists in virtually every sector of the economy, with classes in computer science, data intelligence, analytics, security.
Program of Study
The Master of Science in Information Technology is comprised of the following eighteen (18) hours of core required credit hours and twelve (12) hours in department elective courses:
Core Courses – 18 Credit Hours Required
Elective Courses – 12 Credit Hours Required
Twelve (12) hours in department or related field elective courses (i.e., Information Technology, Cybersecurity, Digital Forensics, Blockchain): With the approval of the Program Director, ISOL 690 Special Topics may substitute for one required course in the program.