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The Master of Information Technology (MIT) with a Specialization in IT Project Management degree is a comprehensive program designed to give students the skills and knowledge necessary to be a successful IT professional in today's industry. Students will understand the broad range of projects that an IT professional can expect to undertake and gain experience in the best practices and industry expectations common to IT work in the real world.
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July 20th, 2015
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Successful completion of the MIT with a specialization in IT Project Management provides an advanced level of industry-related knowledge and skills, including how to:
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In this specialized curriculum, you can learn the skills needed to protect an organization’s information assets. The important areas covered include threats and vulnerabilities, cryptography, authentication and access control, security models, network security, trusted computer systems, distributed systems security, World Wide Web security, applications security, information systems audit, and security management and policies.
This real-world specialization offers the opportunity for in-depth study, with half of your courses in your area of interest. It can help you develop a focused, industry-specific knowledge base common to IT professionals in the field of Information Assurance and Security. For example:
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The IT Project Management specialization program strives to bring students' experiences, skills and knowledge grounded in the most current industry practices and needs. Throughout this course of study, students will undertake many of the tasks and challenges that face current IT professionals.
Students can expect professors who are not only well-informed in the industry requirements and current best practices, but who also can bring their specialized skills and practical experience to students in a personalized 1-on-1 setting. On completing this program, students will have demonstrated their ability to not only work and think like an IT professional, but also plan and orchestrate the type of IT projects they can expect to find in careers in this industry.
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The percentage of first-time, full-time undergraduate students who started between
7/1/2008 and 10/15/2008 who completed within 150% of the normal time period: 36%
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