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Master of Science in Technology

Area of Study: Computer Technology

The graduate program in Technology prepares students to become more effective leaders in today’s technological and global environment. This area of study in Computer Technology provides students with knowledge and skills in current computer technology.

Key areas include data communications and networking technology, advanced database technology, multimedia and web technology, management of computer technology, data acquisition, industrial system simulation, advanced computer integrated manufacturing, automatic identification, and other applications of computer technology.

Curriculum

Required Core (12 Hours For All MS Students)

TEC 5001 — Seminar in Technology (for all new students starting Fall 2014)

TEC 5103 — Science and Technology of Leadership

TEC 5133 — Total Quality Systems

TEC 5143 — Research in Technology

TEC 5173 — Global Technology

Highly Recommended Computer Technology Core Coursework (12 Hours)

TEC 5313 — Networking and Advanced Data Communications

TEC 5323 — Advanced Database Technology 

TEC 5333 — Management of Computer Technology

TEC 5343 — Multimedia and Web Technology

 Electives (7-9 Hours)

AET 4813 — Advanced Digital Media Technologies

AET 4833 -- Automatic Identification and Data Capture

MAT 5035 -- Topics in Computer Science: Cryptography

MAT 4870 — Data Structure and Algorithm Analysis

MAT 4970 -- Principles of Operating System 

TEC 5353 — Cyber Security

TEC 5363 — Database Security and Reliability

TEC 5373 -- Java Application in Technology

TEC 5413 — Biometric Security

TEC 5513 — Advanced Computer Integrated Manufacturing

TEC 5523 — Systems Simulation

TEC 5970 — Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Integration, and Execution