Master’s in Information Technology
The Master’s in Information Technology (MIT) degree program provides a comprehensive perspective to the field of Information Technology. It is designed to develop the student’s skills to conceptualize, organize and undertake information technology projects of highly competitive value. These skills constitute the necessary foundations for solving practical problems involving information technology that arise in business, governmental, and non-profit organizations. The curriculum provides an array of technical and management knowledge required to properly implement and manage IT solutions in such areas as digital marketing, data science, cybersecurity, and modern applications development.
The UBIS MIT allows our students to personalize their education and specialize in one of five concentrations: Digital Marketing, Data Science, Cyber-Security, Web/Mobile Design & Development, Information Technology Management & Control.
Graduates of the Master’s in Information Technology are able to:
• Develop the fundamental understanding of the technical foundation of information systems to support day-to-day business operations.
• Develop skills to effectively deploy information technology assets in support of business processes, security, or business competitive advantage.
• Apply technical critical thinking and analytic competencies to complex information systems problems.
• Analyze, design, and develop information technology solutions under specific problem situations such as marketing, analytics, and internal controls to allow for implementation of strategic initiatives that incorporate current or emerging technologies.