M.S. Information and Communication Technologies | University of Wisconsin - Stout

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Do you want to be at the forefront of the digital age?
Degree Type Master of Science
Careers and Salary Annual Employment Report
Delivery Online

This M.S. degree in Information and Communication Technologies is designed to further the education of working professionals. UW-Stout's MS-ICT degree can be completed fully online. In today's fast-paced technical world, leaders are needed in the areas of information technology, enterprise systems, digital marketing and e-learning. This graduate degree helps you become that needed leader.

With a student-centered learning approach, self-motivated individuals like you can focus on personal goals while developing an emphasis of study customized to your specific aspirations. We invite you to look more closely, ask important questions, and discover the benefits of earning your master’s degree online from the University of Wisconsin-Stout. At Wisconsin's Polytechnic University we help you succeed.

  • Customized for your future
  • Courses online Fall, Spring, Summer semester
  • Fifteen credits of core courses
  • Fifteen credits of emphasis courses you select
  • Thirty credits total
  • Great salary increase potential
UW-Stout M.S. in Information and Communication Technologies

100% of coursework is online - Work around your schedule

Students develop competencies in:

  • Identifying current issues and information technology trends
  • Planning, evaluating and revising IT systems
  • Understanding organization and application of enterprise systems
  • Conducting and interpreting research on organizations
  • Examining social and economic transformation

This program offers customized curriculum in the following emphasis areas:

  • Networking Security
  • Computer Networking
  • Digital Marketing Technology
  • Enterprise Systems
  • Learning Technologies
Objectives and Outcomes

Upon completion of this program, students will be able to:

  • Discuss the historical, philosophical, social, psychological, multicultural, and political influences of ICT on a global economy.
  • Analyze current issues and trends in ICT.
  • Relate how ICT affects global social transformation.
  • Plan, evaluate, and revise ICT systems.
  • Evaluate and use ICTs appropriate to one's own career.
  • Analyze the philosophy and principles underlying the organization and operation of ICT enterprise.
  • Interpret and conduct research to improve the body of knowledge relating to ICT.

In addition, each student will develop at least five specific learning outcomes, aligned to their emphasis courses. All students develop a portfolio of course-related exhibits to align to the program objectives and the student's selection of emphasis courses. 

EARN WHILE YOU LEARN

Graduate Assistantships

Gain valuable professional experience while enjoying paid employment as a graduate student at UW-Stout.

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