The Master of Science In Information And Communications Technology degree helps IT experts to gain and develop the practical skills considered necessary to succeed within the information and communications technology field through hands−on, practical coaching in specific courses, structured for the busy grown person. The amalgamation of practical skills and strategic business perception, together with the cutting−edge technical skills crucial to blossom in the field, will aid you advance your vocation now and position you for upcoming line of business growth and security.
Prospective and contemporary IT experts will profit from targeted training based on professional needs, such as web design and development, telecommunications technology, or database design and administration. Tailor your Information and Communication Technology master’s degree through the ground-breaking Professional Options curriculum, which permits you to decide on courses that accommodate to the unambiguous requirements of your line of business.
In the speedily developing, converged world of ICT, it is critical to take hold of the varied industry rudiments, while also gaining an insider’s standpoint regarding definite areas of ICT such as web and software design, technology and project management, networking, geographic information systems, and information security. Students will gain knowledge of how and to what extent their area of study come together with others to give them a distinctive and competitive edge all through their vocations.
The Information and Communications Technology (ICT) master’s degree is a two years degree program for students taking classes in the Spring, Summer and Fall semesters. Regular and part-time students are allowed to go above three years, however, students cannot be allowed in the program after four years. The course load will consist of the following:
- Cocompletion of Coursework
- ICT Research Seminars (6 hours)
- Courses in Area of Concentration (27 hours) (Manuscript development)
- Quantitative Research Methods/Statistics (3 hours)
- Qualitative Research Methods (3 hours)
- Master’s degree comprehensive examination or Scientific (theory-driven) thesis and a public defense
- Submission/Publication of three peer reviewed journal and three conference articles (facilitated through one-to-one mentoring of ICT-U faculty members)
This ICT master’s degree Specialties include the following:
- Grow to be talented in the technical specifications of multiple telecommunications technologies.
- Appraise alternative technologies for the fulfillment of communications needs.
- Evaluate current and emerging telecommunications technologies.
- Get ready for a future in which telecommunications, data transfer, and digital entertainment converge.
- Prepare and assess the effectiveness of an enterprise network.Telecommunication Technology Specialty This master’s degree specialty provides students with practical, hands-on education related to the telecommunications industry, including how to assess budding telecommunications technologies, wireless networks and services, and the convergence of voice, data, and multimedia services on the global IP network for the fulfillment of communication needs.Master of Science in Information and Communications Technology with a specialty in Telecommunications Technology requires completion of 48 credit hours (12 courses)This degree prepares students to:
- Software Design and Programming Specialty
The Software Design and Programming master’s degree area of expertise exposes students to applied, hands-on training on classifications, implementation strategies, and cost-effective project management skills. The techniques are functional during lab sessions, where professional instructors lead software degree students to categorize and overcome difficulties presented by designing and programming software. Students engaged in the degree program find out how to develop quality software programs and applications. They also learn about Software Quality Assurance, the Unified Software Development Process, and C# and Java languages.
Master of Science degree in Information and Communications Technology with a specialty in Software Design and Programming requires completion of 48 credit hours (12 courses).
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