Why FUSE's MSIT Degree?
Our graduate project management program with optional specializations in either construction or information technology is tailored to working professionals with bachelor's degrees and taught by scholar-practitioners who manage projects in the private and public sectors. The curriculum encompasses nine core credits, 15 specialty-track credits, and a four-credit capstone or thesis. All courses are developed by subject matter experts to combine both academic rigor and professional relevance.
1 Applied Education
The program is designed for working professionals to apply their new skills to their respective industries.
2 Asynchronous Delivery
This entirely online program provides flexibility to working students allowing them to bring the classroom into their workplace and adjust the coursework to their schedules.
3 Quality and Affordable
FUSE's online format and interactive curriculum combine to provide a high-caliber education at a reasonable price.
Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT) Specializations
Data Analytics and Business Intelligence (DA & BI)
Students apply BI and DA tools and
techniques to interpret and analyze data sets. Students practice the skills needed to work with
stakeholders and understand the framework for making business decisions.
Information Assurance (IA)
Students will learn to integrate and apply the various knowledge areas of information assurance, namely cyber
intelligence, computer forensics, network security, malware analysis, and cybersecurity management, into one capstone project.
Students are expected to identify and resolve problems in a technical and business contexts. This research-based program requires students to create decision criteria to resolve business issues, while taking into account cost constraints, resource constraints, and technical requirements.
Students will apply the knowledge areas of software engineering into one capstone project. Students implement their research on enterprise development using various programming languages and open source software architecture when submitting their final projects.
FUSE's online professional development programs offer practical experience in various aspects of software design and implementation, while providing a comprehensive theoretical background about the current state of information technology.
IT Project Management
In FUSE's School of Management and Leadership, MPM students will learn the core elements of IT project management, including stakeholder engagement, team performance, adaptive planning, continuous improvement, problem detection, and regulation. The mindset required to apply agile principles and utilize adaptive tools and techniques is also presented.