Online Master's in Information Communication Technology


The graduate program in information communication technology (ICT) is dedicated to advancing and evolving information technology. While the undergraduate curriculum is designed to prepare students to assume positions that require basic knowledge and skills commensurate with bachelor’s level preparation, the master’s curriculum is designed to prepare students to assume positions that require more in-depth knowledge of the field. Students in the ICT master's program can earn a dual degree with library science and share nine hours across the two programs.Students in our ICT program can also complete a certificate in instructional communication as part of their degree.

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The Master's of Science in Information Communication Technology

Students in the program will learn to effectively research, apply, use, and manage technology when solving problems specifically related to information and communication.

Incorporating the communication aspect gives students an advantage that is becoming more and more sought after – being able to bridge the gap between the business and technology side of interactions. The program’s core courses allow students to obtain the graduate skills that will serve them well in management roles and prepare them to tackle the technology trends of today. Specialty tracks in the program allow students to take a variety of electives and special topics classes in order to give them more in-depth information on some of the many career pathways ICT can offer as well. Students may also choose to work with their adviser to create a program of ICT that best suits their educational and professional goals. 

Students admitted to the master’s program may concentrate their studies into one of three tracks - health, policy and regulation, or technology and analytics. 


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1. Request More Information

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2. Attend an Online Information Session

Sign up for one of our online information sessions where you will be able to talk with our admissions coordinator about the program and the application process.

3. Start Your Application

Ready to get started? Click here to start your application to the UK Graduate School through Apply Yourself. Instructions for how to apply may be found here.


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