The Master of Science program in Information Systems Technologies provides and advances the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed by perspective and current Information Technology (IT) professionals. The knowledge, skills, and abilities gained in the MS-IST Program can be immediately applied to support and enhance the operation of complex IT systems within a business’s infrastructure.

The M.S. in Information Systems Technologies program includes a concentration, or "career track", chosen by the student. With this option, students are able to tailor their academic study to their current or intended career track. These concentrations are multidisciplinary and may involve courses in a college other than the College of Technology. This allows for a high degree of specialization. The available concentrations are:

  • Information Assurance (Online or Traditional)
  • Management and Management Information Systems
  • Web Design
  • Technology Project Management

For more information about the M.S. in Information Systems Technologies, contact the Graduate Admissions Office.

Center of Academic Excellence (CAE)


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The Computer & Network Security Bachelor of Science program has been designated as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance/Cybersecurity through academic year 2021 by the National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security.

This is a nationally recognized designation that Wilmington University's Computer and Network Security curricula, faculty, outreach and academic activities meet the rigorous standards established by the National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security. The goal of the National Centers of Academic Excellence designation program is to promote higher education in Information Assurance (IA) and Cyber Defense (CD) and prepare a growing number of IA/CD professionals to meet the need to reduce vulnerabilities in the Nation's networks.