MS in Information Technology

Our ACBSP-accredited MSIT program provides students with a forward-thinking technical foundation used to effectively plan, design, secure and manage IT systems. 

Earn a general degree or specialize in Cybersecurity, Data Analytics, or IT Management.

 

Quick Facts

Program Units
36 (12 courses)

Average Duration
12-24 months

Format

  • On-campus courses
  • Full-time or part-time course load

Course Availability

  • Four 11-week terms year-round
  • Evening courses

Locations

  • Thousand Oaks
Program Costs

$875 per credit

$31,500 base cost

Scholarships

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Let us know you're interested and we'll reach out to answer your questions. You'll also receive more information about the program and your financial aid options.

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School of Management Coffee Chat

Tuesday, December 6, 2022 from 7:30 - 10:00 am

Join us for complimentary coffee and pastries, and the opportunity to get answers to your individual questions in an informal setting. Talk with faculty and admission counselors to learn more about the School of Management's programs. We’ll also give you a voucher to waive the application fee!


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Choose Your Track

In addition to the eight core courses, you will complete four elective courses to obtain a general MSIT degree or specialize in:

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Access to Big Data

Providing timely and relevant information requires working with real-world data. Lots of data. Big data.

Cal Lutheran students have access to invaluable research resources, including a cloud-based fully functional data cluster and actual, real world data sets.

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Careers in High Demand

A Master’s in IT is considered by Forbes Magazine to be “The Best Master’s Degree,” with a projected employment growth of 11% through 2029.

The Occupational Outlook Handbook places various IT careers in seven of the top 10 positions in Los Angeles County.

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Finding the time for work, life and school is not easy, but Cal Lutheran made it possible for me. The professors bring a lot of real-world experience to the classroom and a lot of insight into issues I face on a day-to-day basis.

Ronald Schultz '14
IT Professional, UCLA Medical Center

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