Advanced Information Technologies Program Requirements

The curriculum for the M.S. in Advanced Information Technologies consists of three components: The core courses, selected elective courses, and capstone courses. The program includes:

Core Courses (15 credits)

AIT 601

Information Technology and the Organization (3 credits)

AIT 602

Open Systems and Enterprise Computing (3 credits)

AIT 604

Cognitive Science for Requirements Analysis (3 credits)

AIT 606

Creativity in Information Systems (3 credits)

AIT 644

Project Management (3 credits)

Elective Courses (15 credits)

Students select five courses from the two groups.

Group A—Infrastructure Design Electives

AIT 608

Design Theory (3 credits)

AIT 618

Network Technologies (3 credits)

AIT 620

Internetworking (3 credits)

AIT 622

Message Handling Systems (3 credits)

Group B—Application Development Electives

AIT 630

Object-Oriented Technology and C# (3 credits)

AIT 632

Client Server Computing with ASP.NET (3 credits)

AIT 634

Enterprise Data Management (3 credits)

AIT 638

Enterprise Application Development Using XML (3 credits)

Capstone Courses (6 credits)

AIT 701

Systems Integration (3 credits)

AIT 702

Master's Project (3 credits)