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Faculty of M.S. Computer Information Technology Program:
Computer Science: Joan Calvert (director MSCIT), Bradley Kjell, Neli Zlatareva (Dept. phone: 860-832-2710) Management Information Systems: Marianne D’Onofrio, Michael Gendron (phone: 860-832-3297) Computer Electronics and Graphics Technology: Farid Farahmond, Karen Coale Tracey
(Dept. phone: 860-832-1830 )
 
 M.S. Computer Information Technology: Overview
All students earning the Master of Science degree in Computer Information Technology take a common core of six (6) courses, two (2) from each of three departments— the Computer Science Department in the School of Arts and Sciences, the Management Information Systems Department in  the School of Business, and the Computer Electronics and Graphics Technology Department in the School of Engineering and Technology. Computer science is focused on the study of algorithms, the software that implements them, the properties of computers, and the processes for creating these technologies. Management Information Systems focuses on the importance of knowledge and information as an organizational resource for timely, quality business decision making and for achieving competitive advantage.Leadership, project, and change management are emphasized throughout the courses. Computer electronics and graphics technology focuses on computer networking, telecommunication, electronics, and the integration of technologies in a handson approach to make the computer network run effectively. Students select specializations
in either the Computer Science Department or the Computer Electronics and Graphics Technology Department to complete their degrees.
 
Graduate Programs
  • M.S. in Computer Information Technology with a Specializations in Networking and Telecommunications Technology Electives and Computer Science

 

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