The MSIT with a specialization in Network Management is designed for students with a desire to develop professional skills in the main functional area of network management.
Networks provide the infrastructure to securely store, retrieve and transmit information throughout an organization, bringing people from remote locations together to securely, effectively and efficiently accomplish the mission of the organization. This Master's degree in IT with a concentration in Network Management program focuses on preparing competent and ethical professionals who are skilled in analyzing the needs of an enterprise-wide organization, designing the equipment and technologies required, and planning the implementation of the resulting infrastructure.
Specialization courses in this program focuses on a number of substantive areas applicable to the area of network management. Master's in IT - Network Management course content has been designed to help students investigate new changes in technologies, such as cloud computing, virtual servers, wireless protocols, satellites and the Internet. For example:
- In Network Security, students can conduct an in‐depth analysis of privacy, integrity, availability and non‐repudiation within a network environment.
- In Network Administration, students can study user management, backup management and high‐reliability configuration system security while addressing network issues such as addressing and routing and Windows‐UNIX interoperability.