Information and Communication Sciences

  • Innovation: Our innovative education in information and communication sciences is a catalyst for dynamic professional success at any level.

  • Leadership: The Center’s programs will prepare you to manage and lead companies and organizations to grow and prosper in the information economy.

  • Job placement record: Our placement rate for professional jobs is over 90 percent, every year.
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Master of Information and Communication Sciences - On-campus

With thousands of successful alumni working worldwide, our master of science program carries global recognition and value. It’s a breakthrough graduate degree generating top-notch professionals for the technology sector and all technology-enabled organizations. Learn more.

Master of Information and Communication Sciences - Online

Providing the same, high-quality, innovative, and immersive education and coursework of its main campus counterpart, the online MS in Information and Communication Sciences differs in that it is designed for working professionals looking to change careers or seek promotion with a current employer. Applicants must have at least three years of working experience to be considered. Learn more.

Career and Technical Education

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Master of Career and Technical Education

Our program requires only 30 credit hours and no thesis. Our flexible curriculum is offered year round and is designed to help you achieve your degree and professional goals as quickly as possible. Learn more.

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Director of Career and Technical Education License

Our program is designed for students who seek a Director of Career and Technical Education license required for administering career programs and facilities. Learn more.

Computer and Information Technology Undergraduate Programs

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Computer and Information Technology Major

Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science

Our program of study helps you build a strong foundation in the concepts, theories, and practices of information technology, including the design, implementation, and administration of secured systems and networks. Learn more.

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Computer and Information Technology Minor

Our minor in computer and information technology will provide a basic understanding of computer installation, networking, maintenance, and service/repair. Learn more.

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Minor in Network Administration for Non-Computer Technology Majors

Our Minor in Network Administration for Non-Computer Technology Majors gives you an in-depth technical and conceptual understanding of data communications and how you will interact with technology in your given discipline. Learn more.