The MS in Applied Technology is a joint degree between CDM and the School for New Learning (SNL). This degree is designed for working adults and allows students to choose from one of the following five specialization areas.
- Applied Information Systems prepares students to lead and support an organization’s changing needs in the use of information and information technologies.
- Applied Network Technology trains professionals to mediate industry demands for innovative network designs, new network applications and services, and the interactions between business enterprises and the network providers that serve them.
- Applied IT Project Management advances the capabilities of working professionals to fill the growing need for IT project managers.
- Applied Information Technology addresses contemporary needs for understanding and applying the core principles of technology to solve problems, as well as improving effectiveness and increasing efficiencies in corporations, health care institutions and government agencies.
- Applied Human-Computer Interaction prepares students to design, implement and evaluate computer interfaces so they are accessible and easy for people to use.
Prospective students can find more information on this degree at the SNL website.