Information Technology – Executive (M.S.)

Information Technology – Executive (M.S.)

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As an IT professional, you already understand how integrated today’s digital landscape is with our everyday lives. IT leaders who can capitalize on tech initiatives, mitigate cyber risk and effectively communicate with C-suite management are desperately needed.

It’s time for you to take an IT leadership role in your organization and take charge of your career with an Executive Master in Information Technology from University of the Cumberlands.

In your executive graduate degree program, you’ll take an in-depth look at computer science, data intelligence, analytics and IT security. You’ll learn how to use predictive analytics to identify cyber threats, and you’ll take advantage of hard data to analyze IT issues and make sound policy decisions. Bottom line, in a program that combines practical technical abilities with leadership “soft skills,” you’ll gain the foundation you need to explore leadership opportunities in every industry with IT needs.

Your program begins with a mandatory residency weekend each semester* followed by online classes to learn how to:

  • Identify cyber threats
  • Make data-driven policy changes
  • Lead cloud-computing initiatives
  • Extract actionable intelligence using business data applications

Are you ready to take your IT career to the next management level? Learn what an Executive-level master’s degree in Information Technology can do for you. Fill out the form on this page to begin exploring your IT leadership potential.

*Residency & Class Attendance Policy
Full attendance to the residency weekend sessions is mandatory to receive credit. If you miss any part of the session, you will be counted absent for the entire session. No exceptions. If you miss a single class session, you may make it up at the end of the semester and be required to pay a make-up fee. Missing more than one residency session will result in dismissal from the University.

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