Information technology is an innovative field that has transformed virtually everything about the way the world works. A master's degree could help you pursue a variety of career opportunities such as a project manager, lead software developer...
With a Master of Science in Information Technology, you could apply your skills to a broad spectrum of occupational environments. Careers for graduates could be found in many industries that feature computer networks, including government agencies, law enforcement, and health care.
Some characteristics that are relevant to a career in information technology include: • Critical thinking • Business aptitude • Collaboration skills • Communication abilities
POSSIBLE CAREER OPPORTUNITIES AND DAY-TO-DAY ACTIVITIES COULD INCLUDE:
• Project Manager: Develop requirements, budgets, and schedules for a firm’s information technology projects • Lead Software Developer: Analyze users’ needs and design, construct, and maintain general computer applications software or specialized utility programs • Senior Programmer: Write programs to handle a specific job or to maintain and control computer systems software for operating systems, networked systems, and database systems • Systems Architect: Design, test, and evaluate systems such as local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), the Internet, intranets, and other data communications systems • Chief Information Officer: Responsible for the overall technological direction of an organization • Chief Technology Officer: Evaluate the newest and most innovative technologies and determine how these can help your organization
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