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Explore new topics and gain further knowledge in your field with one of our master’s in technology degrees including cybersecurity, information technology management, business analytics and more.

What Could You Do With an Online Technology Master's Degree From GCU?

With a technology master's degree from Grand Canyon University, you can learn to apply technology solutions to manage and support an organization. Some career paths you may choose to pursue could be one of the following:

  • Systems Integrator
  • Database Administrator
  • Network and Computer Systems Administrator
  • Computer Systems Analyst
  • Computer Network Architect

Online & Evening Degree Program Options

  • Information Technology Manager
  • Information Security Specialist
  • IT Project Manager
  • Network Support Specialist
  • Systems Administrator

Online & Evening Degree Program Options

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GCU has no out-of-state or international tuition, keeping education costs affordable for students across the country and around the world. We are here to help you through every step of the process, from calculating your educational costs per year to applying for financial aid.

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Grand Canyon University has been accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) since 1968. GCU is also authorized in Arizona by the Arizona State Board for Private Postsecondary Education.

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GCU offers the flexibility and convenience for working professionals and students with busy schedules with online, evening or campus degree programs.

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Online Technology Master's Degree Programs

Our technology-driven world continues to demand innovative, highly tech-equipped professionals who specialize in areas like software development, programming, networks, systems administration and cybersecurity. By earning a technology master's degree, you develop the skills for critical thinking, as well as hands-on, applicable and project-based experience to further your career. Take this educational opportunity to impact the future of technology and develop solutions to take enterprise systems to the next level through a challenging career.

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MIS-602: Innovation in Information Technology and Data Management Total Credits: 4
Course Description
This course introduces key issues in managing information technology and data within contemporary organizations. Students examine the role of leveraging IT and data analytics to drive innovation and add value to organizations through addressing business and market needs. Challenges regarding technology adoption and best practices for utilizing data for organizational decision making are also addressed.
CST-520: Design and Analysis of Algorithms Total Credits: 4
Course Description
The course covers the theoretical fundamentals of computing, and analysis of the inherent capabilities and limitations of computation. Topics include advanced techniques in formal algorithm analysis, classical and modern algorithms, P and NP, polynomial-time reduction, NP-completeness and NP-hardness.
DSC-510: Advanced Probability and Statistics Total Credits: 4
Course Description
This course reviews probability, distributions, statistical methods, and data analysis, in the context of computational science. Students use statistical computing software to analyze, visualize, and communicate results.
CST-560: Research Methods in Computational Sciences Total Credits: 4
Course Description
This course prepares students for the research process in computational sciences, while developing an appreciation for the philosophy and ethics related to how research is conducted. Students learn how to design experiments, how to test the results using statistical methods, and communicate the findings.
MIS-660: Descriptive and Predictive Analytics Total Credits: 4
Course Description
This course examines foundational analytics concepts with an emphasis on descriptive and predictive analytics. Students work with selected industry tools and methods for describing, summarizing, and presenting data and make predictions using statistical analysis. There is also emphasis on interpreting business requirements in the design of analytical models and effective communication of findings through data visualization.
CYB-515: Enterprise Security Infrastructure Design Total Credits: 4
Course Description
This course introduces enterprise infrastructure design; including hardware, software, policies, and business processes. Emphasis is placed on integrating security solutions and theories in alignment with business objectives to achieve sustainability, reliability, and availability while deterring threats from cyber-attacks. This course also introduces students to the NIST Cybersecurity Framework, providing a foundation to formulating a strategy for cybersecurity program design.

GCU's computer science, information technology and other technology-related degrees provide hands-on training and key competencies to enter into in-demand careers with the potential to earn a good income.

Courses within these degree programs challenge students in areas such as statistics, databases and business applications, programming languages and many other interesting topics.

If you are up for a challenge that could earn you a big reward, one of GCU's technology degrees may be right for you! Take the next step by filling out the form above today!

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Do These Classes Sound Interesting To You?

GCU's computer science, information technology and other technology-related degrees provide hands-on training and key competencies to enter into in-demand careers with the potential to earn a good income.

Courses within these degree programs challenge students in areas such as statistics, databases and business applications, programming languages and many other interesting topics.

If you are up for a challenge that could earn your a big reward, one of GCU's technology degree may be right for you! Take the next step by filling out the form above today!

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MIS-602: Innovation in Information Technology and Data Management
Total Credits: 4
Course Description
This course introduces key issues in managing information technology and data within contemporary organizations. Students examine the role of leveraging IT and data analytics to drive innovation and add value to organizations through addressing business and market needs. Challenges regarding technology adoption and best practices for utilizing data for organizational decision making are also addressed.
CST-520: Design and Analysis of Algorithms
Total Credits: 4
Course Description
The course covers the theoretical fundamentals of computing, and analysis of the inherent capabilities and limitations of computation. Topics include advanced techniques in formal algorithm analysis, classical and modern algorithms, P and NP, polynomial-time reduction, NP-completeness and NP-hardness.
DSC-510: Advanced Probability and Statistics
Total Credits: 4
Course Description
This course reviews probability, distributions, statistical methods, and data analysis, in the context of computational science. Students use statistical computing software to analyze, visualize, and communicate results.
CST-560: Research Methods in Computational Sciences
Total Credits: 4
Course Description
This course prepares students for the research process in computational sciences, while developing an appreciation for the philosophy and ethics related to how research is conducted. Students learn how to design experiments, how to test the results using statistical methods, and communicate the findings.
MIS-660: Descriptive and Predictive Analytics
Total Credits: 4
Course Description
This course examines foundational analytics concepts with an emphasis on descriptive and predictive analytics. Students work with selected industry tools and methods for describing, summarizing, and presenting data and make predictions using statistical analysis. There is also emphasis on interpreting business requirements in the design of analytical models and effective communication of findings through data visualization.
CYB-515: Enterprise Security Infrastructure Design
Total Credits: 4
Course Description
This course introduces enterprise infrastructure design; including hardware, software, policies, and business processes. Emphasis is placed on integrating security solutions and theories in alignment with business objectives to achieve sustainability, reliability, and availability while deterring threats from cyber-attacks. This course also introduces students to the NIST Cybersecurity Framework, providing a foundation to formulating a strategy for cybersecurity program design.
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