Computer Information Tech, M


Computer Information Technology


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Computer Information Technology, Master

In seeking to address the challenges associated with computer information technology as a persistent and pervasive force in society, organizations across the globe are increasingly looking for employees with skills that cross disciplines to effectively manage technology as well as individuals impacted by technology. Northern Arizona University’s Master in Computer Information Technology degree takes the interdisciplinary and global approach needed to prepare you to address technology issues and the changes borne of technical advancements. Here, you can accelerate your career, boost your skill set, and learn to operate more effectively in a variety of professional environments.

Available Emphasis Areas:

  • Data Analytics - Emphasis

  • Mobile and Web Application Development - Emphasis

  • Project Management - Emphasis

  • Information Security & Assurance - Emphasis

The Master of Computer Information Technology (MCIT) program is designed to train students in the information technology domain while also helping students develop highly valued industry-relevant skills.  This 30-credit hour non-thesis based master’s program has been developed in consultation with an advisory board of professionals to ensure the program meets current and anticipated workforce needs.


  • Competency-Based Online Learning

Minimum units for completion 30
Additional admissions requirements Admission requirements over and above admission to NAU are required.
Oral defense Required
Research Required
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