The Master of Science in information technology program prepares students for a professional IT or computing-related career and for advanced studies in a computing discipline. Focusing on project-based education – including the use of cutting-edge tools – and hands-on work in the field, the flexible program features full- and part-time options.
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What is information technology?
Information technology is an extensive field that touches all technological aspects around us, from mobile applications, social platforms and virtual reality to cloud services, data centers, high-speed networks and automation. IT professionals work in a range of industries to develop, adapt, integrate and manage computing technologies that solve complex problems and enable innovations. Designed for people with a strong interest in computing as well as working professionals, the flexible M.S. in information technology (M.S. IT) program at UNH Manchester is rooted in project-based and applied learning.
Why choose UNH Manchester’s Information Technology program?
UNH Manchester’s M.S. IT program combines learning activities with authentic project experiences and the use of cutting-edge tools and platforms. Through applied, real-world learning in the field, M.S. IT graduates are prepared for a professional IT or computing-related career and for advanced studies in a computing discipline. The program is designed with flexibility in mind, offering full- and part-time enrollment. Housed at UNH’s Manchester campus, M.S. IT students are in the heart of the state’s tech, corporate and financial activity, which opens doors to a wealth of internship and job opportunities.
- Cloud solutions architect
- Computer network architect
- Database developer/administrator
- Development operations engineer
- Full stack developer
- Information security analyst
- Information technology manager
- Mobile application developer
- Network administrator
- Software engineer