The University of the Potomac is ranked #2 in the U.S for “Small Colleges that Cost the Least but Reap the Most Earnings” according to The Street, financial magazine. Potomac offers the full MBA degree curriculum at two convenient locations. Students can also choose to take their courses in the heart of Washington D.C. or at the Vienna, Virginia campuses. The Potomac faculty and staff work individually with each of our students to establish an academic pathway that best satisfies his or her needs, and how these needs relate to their course of study as well as their ultimate professional goals.
Potomac’s Masters of Science in Information Technology program gives students an advantageous mix of cyber/network preparation with marketable leadership skills for planning and implementing critical computer activities in an organization and managing IT professionals. Graduates from the MSIT degree program will be prepared in data analysis, data and information systems management, cyber and network security, leadership, and marketing. Graduates will be empowered with both the knowledge and skills required to work as IT managers or cyber security specialists in U.S. business organizations and government agencies, non-governmental organizations, and international entities. You can earn your MSIT online or at one of our convenient campuses.
Time to complete: 36 credits | 18 months
- On-Campus International - $900 per credit
- Approximately $16,200.00 per year (9 months) +applicable fees
- Online International - $721.00 per credit
- Approximately $12,978.00 per year (9 months) +applicable fees
Students with credit from other institutions can submit their transcripts to the Registrar’s Office to determine if transfer credit for graduate coursework can be provided. Due to its accreditation requirements, University of the Potomac must evaluate each transcript on a case-by-case basis before granting any academic credit.
Scholarships: Federal financial aid available to qualified students
- Completed Admissions Application Form
- $100 Application Fee
- ALL Transcripts/Diplomas (translated if not in English)
- Proof of English Proficiency
- Proof of Financial Funds
- Copy of passport with photo
- Two letters of recommendation
- Graduate Essay
- Information Technology Management
- Cyber Security
Course Structure: To receive an MSIT, students must earn 36 semester credit hours.
- Information Technology Core - 24 credits
- Electives - 12 credits
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Last updated June 7, 2017