Online Master of Science in Information Communication Technology

Overview
Department: School of Information Science
Specializations/Concentrations: Tracks in Health; Technology and Analytics; Policy and Regulation
Websites: Department and Program

Program Format
Structure: Online program with no required campus visits
Instruction Methods: Program uses asynchronous instruction utilizing the Canvas learning management system
Campus Visits Required: No
Program Length: Full-time: program can be completed in 2 years taking three courses per semester with no summer classes; Part-time: program can be completed in 3 years taking one to two classes per fall and spring semesters
Start Dates: Fall and Spring admission

Curriculum and Graduation Requirements
Thesis Required: No
Capstone Options: Research proposal with written paper and visual presentation
Credits Required: 36 credits (12 courses)
Example Courses: ICT in Society; Research Methods for ICT; Introduction to Leadership in Information Professions; Consumer Health Information Resources; Introduction to Medical Informatics; Health Information Resource Services; Seminar in Health Communication Campaigns; Leadership in Public Health; Human Computer Interaction; Knowledge Management

Application Requirements
GPA Requirements: Minimum GPA 3.0
Testing Requirements: GRE not required (as of Spring 2019)
Admission Requirements: Bachelor's degree; personal statement; three letters of recommendation; resume

Tuition Costs
Estimated Tuition: ~$24,948 + fees (in-state); $61,488 + fees (out-of-state)
Cost per Credit Hour: $693 per credit hour (in-state); $1,708 per credit hour (out-of-state)

State Authorizations: Program accepts students from all 50 states