Enrich the lives of those around you

Have you recently completed your undergraduate studies? Or has it been years since you were in a classroom? Either way, our Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT) is applicable to your professional development. We have experienced faculty, who are eager to pass on their knowledge. However, what makes us truly distinct is not only our commitment to assisting your career, but also helping you better serve in your chosen vocation.

Cost Per Credit$740
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Program Overview

Our program is designed to meet the needs not only of current IT professionals and new graduates interested in IT, but also those who enjoy using technology to help other people solve problems. This curriculum will provide you with the foundational knowledge and skills to understand computer systems and their relationship to business problems. We emphasize ethical computing; so you’ll learn how a Christian professional responds to the needs of clients, users, and society in general. Because your educational needs as a working professional vary, we provide several learning formats. Courses are offered in an accelerated, on-campus, and online formats.

What to Expect

As a graduate student, you get to learn the core elements of IT, as well as the latest advancement in technology. You’ll receive practical training in professional codes of practice, network-aware applications, safeguarding IT, and data communication. Our faculty take a “hands-on” approach to education; so be prepared to design and configure IT systems, develop effective and usable tools, and create, implement, and maintain database management systems. You’ll also explore the implications and limits of machine intelligence. Overall, the theme throughout your studies will be to use your newfound skills to enrich the lives of those around you.


In addition to our main and online campuses, Concordia has center locations which offer accelerated undergraduate and graduate programs close to where you live and work. The Master of Science in Information Technology program is available at the following:

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