M.S. Information Technology Administration and Security
The IT Administration and Security program educates students in the concepts, principles, techniques and practices needed to administer a modern IT environment and its security. Students will gain extensive practical experience doing IT administration. Security will be a component of core courses in addition to a specific security course. Those who complete the program will be well prepared to play leadership roles as database, network, security and web services administrators, as enterprise application administrators and IT administration managers.
Students in the M.S. IT Administration & Security degree program will learn a wide range of leadership and management skills in addition to the following skills:
• Network systems design, management and security.
• Network services administration.
• Wireless networks security and administration.
• Database administration and management.
• Auditing for computer security and information systems.
• Internet and higher-layer protocols.
View the CurriculumCourse listing and prerequisites
Provost and Senior Executive Vice President
Halper, Michael H.
IT Program Director
Hoover, Amy K.
Kehoe, Michael D.
Manager of CoAD Computing Resources
Kettering, Joan M.
Prof Computer Science IT Program Director Emeritus
Nersesian, Eric W.
Senesy, Stanley J., Jr.
Senior University Lecturer
Sequeira, Marc T.
Sr. University Lecturer & CIP Director