M.S. in Information Technology

Data, analytics and management of Information Technology are key skills in today’s marketplace. Our MSIT program provides students with a solid and forward-thinking technical foundation used to effectively plan, design, implement and manage IT systems.

Earn a general MSIT degree or specialize in one of two tracks:

  • Data Analytics
  • Information Technology Management

Quick Facts

Program Units
36 (12 courses)

Average Duration
12-24 months

Format

  • On-campus courses
  • Full-time or part-time course load

Course Availability

  • Four 11-week terms year-round
  • Evening courses

Locations

  • Thousand Oaks
2019-20 Cost

$855 per credit

$30,780 base cost

Scholarships

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Thursday, March 28, 2019 from 7:30 - 9 a.m.
Five07 Coffee Bar and Eatery, Thousand Oaks

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Choose Your Track

In addition to the eight core courses, you will complete four elective courses to obtain a general MSIT degree or specialize in:

  • Data Analytics
  • Information Technology Management

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Access to Big Data

Providing timely and relevant information requires working with real-world data. Lots of data. Big data.

Cal Lutheran students have access to invaluable research resources, including a fully functional data processing cluster and actual, real world data sets.

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Careers in High Demand

A Master’s in IT is considered by Forbes Magazine to be “The Best Master’s Degree,” with a projected employment growth of 30% through 2020.

The Occupational Outlook Handbook places various IT careers in seven of the top 10 positions in Los Angeles County.

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Finding the time for work, life and school is not easy, but Cal Lutheran made it possible for me. The professors bring a lot of real-world experience to the classroom and a lot of insight into issues I face on a day-to-day basis.

Ronald Schultz
IT Professional, UCLA Medical Center

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