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Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems, Internet Technology, MS


The Internet has revolutionized the way business is conducted. Students can move their careers ahead through this innovative and interdisciplinary program that provides students with a solid foundation in Internet Technology and specialization in a complementary discipline or emerging technology. It prepares them to perform well in today's business environment.

Upon completion of core requirements, students declare a 9-credit knowledge area in Internet Technology for e-Commerce, Security and Information Assurance, Open Source Application Development, Network Administration, or Telecommunications Management. A 6-credit capstone project integrating all that the student has learned completes the program.

Both the Internet Technology for e-Commerce and Security and Information Assurance course sequences can be completed online.

Students without undergraduate preparation in a computer-related field may begin their core requirements upon admission; prerequisite course work in the knowledge area may be required.

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MASTER OF SCIENCE IN INTERNET TECHNOLOGY

Campus: New York, White Plains

The Internet has revolutionized the way business is conducted. Students can move their careers ahead through this innovative and interdisciplinary program that provides students with a solid foundation in Internet Technology and specialization in a complementary discipline or emerging technology. It prepares them to perform well in today's business environment.

Upon completion of core requirements, students declare a 9-credit knowledge area in Internet Technology for e-Commerce, Security and Information Assurance, or Network Administration. A 6-credit capstone project integrating all that the student has learned completes the program.

Both the Internet Technology for e-Commerce and Security and Information Assurance course sequences can be completed online.

Students without undergraduate preparation in a computer-related field may begin their core requirements upon admission; prerequisite course work in the knowledge area may be required.

Credits
DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
Core Requirements
12
Knowledge Area
9
Electives
12
Capstone Project
3
Total Credits

36
Core Requirements
Credits
IT 600 Overview of Computer Networks and Internet Technology
3
IT 603 Overview of Information Security
3
IT 605 Database Management Systems
3
IT 607 Systems Development and Project Management
3

Concentration Options/Knowledge Areas

The student is required to select three courses from within one of the following Knowledge Areas for a total of 9 credits or 12 credits for Open Source Application Development.

Internet Technology for E- Commerce
Prerequisite: IS 612 or permission of Chair
IT 604 Web Development I
3
IT 608 Web Development II
3
IT 612 Web Server Setup, Configuration and Security Issues
3
IT 662 Web and Internet Security
3

Security and Information Assurance
IT 660 Network Security
3
IT 662 Web and Internet Security
3
IT 664 Computer and Internet Forensics
3
IS 641 Information Security Management
3

Network Administration
CS 634 Computer Networking and the Internet
3
CS 636 Optical Communications and Networks
3
CS 640 Modern Telecommunications Networking
3
IS 650 Telecommunications Management
3

Internet Technology Electives

Select four from the following, or three for Open Source Application Development**
IS 637 IS Project Management
3
IT 624 Application Development w/ .NET & Web Services
3
IT 626 Concepts and Sturctures in Internet Computing
3
IT 628 The Linux Environment and Security
3
IT 630 Design and Programming of User Interfaces
3
IT 632 Internet Computing with Distributed Components
3
IT 634 Introduction to Data Mining
3
IT 636 XML Application Development
3
IT 638 Introduction to Pattern Recognition
3
IT 680 Managing Information Technology Outsourcing
3
IT 690 Special Topics in Internet Technology
3

**Students may take any Seidenberg graduate course or MAR/MBA/MGT graduate Lubin course from a select list for which they have the necessary prerequisites and the chair's approval.

Capstone Project
IT 691 Capstone Project
3
Total credits
36

Currently, both the Internet Technology for e-Commerce and Security and Information Assurance programs are available online. In addition, all knowledge areas are offered as independent advanced certificate programs with the addition of IT 600 Overview of Computer Networks & Internet Technology and an IT elective.

A student who wishes to continue on in the M.S. in IT after completing one of the advanced certificate programs will be able to do so, provided all other admission requirements are satisfied. An additional course beyond those required for both the certificate and the degree is required.

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