Bentley's masters of information technology degree is a STEM-designated program that requires the completion of 30 credits (10 courses of 3 credits each). Graduates often start work as consultants, risk analysts, business analysts, systems analysts, project managers or systems architects — and advance quickly in technical and managerial careers. Program graduates are ready to join or lead teams that analyze, architect, integrate and implement IT-based business solutions in an increasingly diverse, globally interdependent, and technically complex environment.
The masters of information technology degree aims to instill:
- Working knowledge of the theory and current practices in distributed systems, communications networks, object-oriented analysis and development, and database technologies used in implementing state-of-the-art business solutions
- Thorough understanding of IS development processes at the individual, team and project levels to execute distributed IT development projects effectively
- Keen appreciation for the collegiality, ethical standards and social responsibility that guides their work as IT professionals
- Cultural sensitivity for succeeding in a global IT sourcing environment
Candidates with five or more years of professional work experience may be eligible to waive the GMAT/GRE exam. Contact the admissions office for more information.
For more information about the application or financial aid processes, contact Mary Thompson at 781.891.3419 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Masters in Information Technology
For specific questions about the masters in information technology, contact program director Wendy Lucas at 781.891.2554 or email@example.com.