Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT)

The world of information technology is expanding at an exponential rate – and it’s not going anywhere soon. While the demand for IT experts continues to grow, the supply is catching up.

How do you set yourself apart in a world full of “IT Experts?”

The New England Institute of Technology’s Master of Science in Information Technology can help you do just that.

In as little as 18 months, with the convenience of a completely online format and the advantages of a nonprofit university, you can graduate with your Master’s Degree in IT.

The NEIT MS IT degree is designed to prepare you as a leader in your organization through a solid graduate level technical foundation in technologies that are important to businesses today, including:

  • Data Warehousing and Analytics
  • Cloud Computing
  • Information System Security
  • Software Architecture
  • User Interface Design


Why an NEIT MSIT is better than an MBA:

  • Earn a focused Masters that prepares you to be a leader in your organization.
  • Gain a strong technological foundation—cybersecurity, the cloud, data warehousing and analytics.
  • Acquire IT management best practices in finance, law and project delivery.

*BLS – US Government

Tuition Details

New England Tech’s Master of Science in Information Technology program is competitively priced at $550.00 per credit.
  • Additionally, there is a $100.00 administrative fee per quarter and a $155.00 student and tech fee per quarter. There are no lab fees.
  • Financial aid is available for many applicants.
  • 45 credits are required to obtain a Masters Degree.
  • Note: GRE scores are not required for admission.

Acceptance Criteria

  • A bachelor’s degree in a related field from an accredited institution is required before beginning this degree program. You may enroll in this program pending the completion of your current bachelors degree.
  • Significant professional experience may be considered in lieu of an appropriate degree.
  • Cumulative grade point average of 2.5 (out of 4.0).
  • A personal statement.
  • A resume.