With Franklin’s M.S. in Information Technology, you’ll build on technology fundamentals, gain holistic theory-to-practice knowledge, and differentiate yourself from other tech professionals to become a highly qualified technology manager or leader.
This degree will help you to:
The instructors in the major are selected from faculty with industrial experience and adjuncts with an active career in the IT industry. This will ensure a practical, pragmatic educational experience.
Students in the Computer and Information Sciences Majors may be required to purchase hardware and/or software with capabilities greater than the standard University technology requirements. There will be software requirements beyond the standard Microsoft Office software, such as software development environments, operating systems, virtualization environments and tools, Web site development and business process documentation tools that will be used in various courses. Students should check the Technology Requirements section of the Academic Bulletin and/or the Course Schedule for the requirements relevant for Computer and Information Sciences majors to ensure they have, and are familiar with, the requisite hardware and software. Courses with specific hardware and software requirements are detailed in the course syllabus under the "Required Materials" section.