The Master of Science in Information Technology Assurance Administration (ITAA) program provides a broad technical understanding of current and evolving technologies in Information Assurance with an emphasis on applying concepts to business fundamental needs. The information assurance specification provides a thorough knowledge base for managers and technology professionals concerned with the design, development, implementation, operation, and management of secure information systems and with the protection of an organization’s information assets. The specialization provides students with a practical understanding of the principles of data protection, network security and computer forensic. The specialization also introduces students to the ethical, legal, and policy issues associated with information security. Laboratory exercises are included in courses to enhance the learning experience.
|What is special about ITAA?|
|Our flexible program plans allow students to start in either the Fall or the Spring semester. Scholarship opportunities are available to qualified in-state, out-of-state, and international students.|
|ITAA Certification Pathway|
|The ITAA Program Plans and courses are designed and structured to guide students through industrial certification exams on various levels.
|Who should enroll in our M.S.-ITAA program?|
|With the growing concern for information and network security, this new program will provide an in-depth program focusing on the roles of a network administrator who manages information assets in a small, mid-sized and even larger corporation.|
|How does this degree prepare me for a career?|
|The Master of Science in Information Technology Assurance Administration program would serve careers at the entry, mid-, or upper-level positions, depending upon the prior level of experience of the candidate.|
|Demand and Careers|
|This degree will help you move into IT management roles within any organization. Business is experiencing an ever-increasing reliance upon information technology in conducting their affairs. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics cites the need for managers of computational information systems to grow at a much faster rate than the average rate for all occupations.|