Prepare to lead multidisciplinary teams to successfully support IT strategic initiatives in Mason’s MS in Applied Information Technology (AIT) program.
You’ll learn how to justify, design, develop, manage, and sustain mega-systems as you gain extensive knowledge of the top IT fields including:
- Cyber Security
- Data Analytics
- Intelligence Methods
- Natural Language Processing
- Machine Learning
- IT Management
You’ll gain experience in practical, day-to-day IT challenges, learning from highly credentialed and experienced faculty.
The MS in Applied Information Technology offers several tracks, including a concentration in Cyber Security.* You’ll gain experience addressing the most complex security challenges facing society right now through a high-quality, 100% online curriculum that leverages scholarship, academic research, and industry best practices, processes, and methodologies in the field of cyber security. You’ll work closely with research faculty in the Department of Information Sciences and Technology and the Center for Secure Information Systems.
By graduation, you’ll have the ability to analyze local and global impacts of emerging areas of information science and technology. You’ll be ready to form solutions that are ethical, legal, and secure, and that can address specific global IT challenges.
*Soon, the program will also offer concentrations in Data Analytics and Intelligence as well as IT Management. Check back here for details.
Fast Track Option Available for Mason Engineering Alumni
This option is available for Mason Engineering alumni who graduated with a 3.0 or better overall GPA, or current Mason Engineering undergraduates within one semester of graduation with a 3.0 or better GPA (and a final 3.0 or better GPA in the BS must be confirmed prior to first course registration.) Click here for more information or contact your admissions representative. Phone: 703-348-5006 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The online MS in Applied Information Technology accepts applications on a rolling basis and is currently accepting applications. Applicants for the online program should apply here, while applicants for the on-campus program should visit the Volgenau School of Engineering for more information.Request Info