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Employment of computer and information technology occupations is projected to grow 12 percent from 2014 to 2024, faster than the average for all occupations (Bureau of Labor Statistics). Whether you're considering a change of focus or enhancing your opportunities in your current field, Duquesne has a variety of healthcare-related graduate programs that can help you to meet your potential!
Learn to apply mathmatics, statistics and computer science to solve real-world problems. A 36 credit, interdisciplinary degree applicable to a wide range of careers including: medical imaging research, nuclear propulsion, data analysis and advanced analytics, market research and undergraduate math education.
The Master of Science in Information Systems Management (MS-ISM) is a full-time program that requires 30 credits and can be completed in one year. The program appeals to a number of potential students, including technical professionals who are looking for a relevant management credential, accounting graduates who must complete 150 college credits to qualify for the CPA certification, and non-technical/non-business professionals who are seeking to enter the information systems field.
The 30 credit Master of Science in Education in Instructional Technology provides participants with the necessary knowledge and hands-on experience to effectively integrate technology into their classroom and instruction. The Pennsylvania Instructional Technology Specialists Certification is awarded upon completion of the program.
The 36 credit Master's degree in Media Arts and Technology enables students to navigate technological, cultural and economic opportunities in the fields of Multimedia and Web Development. Students can immerse themselves in the production aspects of these fields or choose a course of study that emphasizes management and strategy. Concentrations include: media management, digital media and web design and development.