Master of Information Technology (MIT) Degree

(30 Graduate Level Semester Credit Hours – Estimated Completion Time 20 months)

Create and Manage New Technologies, New Capabilities!

The Master of Information Technology at Atlantis University is an intensive graduate degree program designed to challenge graduates to be innovators and become top performers in this new millennium of technology. Our degree program aligns with what the global I.T. industry seeks to fuel our digital age. Students learn and prepare themselves for careers in technical or managerial sectors in Cloud Computing, Computer Science, Big Data Analytics, Network/Systems Engineering, Mobile Web Development, IoT Research, etc.

Students will have the ability and confidence to put their skills to the test by working with professors in real world scenarios with corporations at internships, hand-on class projects, and peer review. Our program is supplemented by technical and managerial workshops on a bi-weekly base that focus on the latest technological trends. The Masters of Information Technology at Atlantis University brings tremendous value to graduates as AU’s support and curriculum is second to none!

Students enrolled in the Master of Information Technology Program, after the successful completion of all credits within the master degree program (30 credits), may opt for one of the following concentration: Cloud Technology.

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Program Objective

Upon completion of the Atlantis University Master of Information Technology degree program, students will be prepared and have the hands on I.T. experience to operate efficiently and effectively utilizing industry best practices.

Through our unique mentored learning approach and challenging hands on real world labs created by real world industry experts, students graduate with in demand skills that major global corporations are desperately seeking. Our modern curriculum covers critical subjects such as but not limited to cyber security, data analytics, cloud computing, big data, data center design, IoT, and IT governance, and modern web and mobile programming.

Upon graduation, students will be able to:

  • Compete at a global scale for high paying stable I.T. Careers
  • Be able to confidently design, deploy, and maintain critical I.T. infrastructures in the cloud or onsite
  • Be able to effectively and efficiently work with next generation technologies such as cyber security UTMs, Cisco Nexus & UCS platforms, Amazon Web Services cloud appliances, Software Defined WAN’s, and so forth.
  • Design dynamic websites using HTML5/CSS3/JavaScript
  • Implementa automation in the Enterprise through Python programming
  • Bring insight to the Enterprise with data analytics with Tableau
  • Have the confidence to lead technical projects that align with business initiative
  • Bring technological innovation to the enterprise and be a major contributor to society

Program Outline

To receive a Master of Science degree in Information Technology, students must earn 30 credit hours. Program requirements are indicated below.

Graduation Requirements

Effective Fall 2018

Aligned with the University’s Mission to prepare career-minded individuals through quality education, the University reviews and updates its curriculum on an ongoing basis ensuring its academic programs remain up-to-date, respond to the needs of current industry and employment trends, and prepare graduates with the required competencies and skills to remain competitive.

Therefore, and to ensure that students possess the skills to conduct effective discourse, research, and research writing to be successful in their academic programs, effective Fall 2018, all Graduate Students must have completed a Graduate-level Research and Writing Course as a pre-requisite before advancing into any 700-level courses within their graduate degree programs at Atlantis University. The course is not a requisite for Graduation, but it is a pre-requisite for the upper level courses.

Basic proficiency in English is a necessary prerequisite for successful completion of this course. The course is not intended to teach English; instead, it is designed to introduce graduate students to rhetorical and compositional concepts, skills, and practices.

All students from the Class of 2019 must successfully complete all pre-requisite courses before advancing into 700-level graduate courses. In addition, effective Fall 2018, graduate students who have successfully completed less than 21 credits of their academic program must complete the Graduate Research and Writing course. All other students currently attending a graduate degree at the start of Fall 2018, and with more than 21 credits completed, should visit the Registrar Office to find out if this requirement for upper-level courses applies to them.

Although 500 and 600 level courses are prerequisites before 700-level courses can be taken in a graduate degree program, if prior to the Fall 2018, a student was granted approval to take a 700-level course before the completion of all prerequisites, the student can still opt to benefit from taking the Research and Writing course. Students from the Class of 2018 who have not yet completed graduation requirements at the beginning of the Fall 2018 semester, may still opt to benefit from the course. Finally, Graduate students who completed the program requirements prior to Fall 2018 may not enroll in the Research and Writing Course as part of their program.

MIT Degree: Program Breakdown by Course

(30 Graduate Level Semester Credit Hours – Estimated Completion Time 20 months)
(Select from the following courses, or from course equivalent offerings)

Course NumberCourse TitleCredit Hours
MIT 501E- Business Technology & Management3.0 credit hours
MIT 522Cloud Computing and Data Analytics3.0 credit hours
MIT 537Risk and Information Systems Control3.0 credit hours
MIT 547Information Security Management3.0 credit hours
MIT 562Programming and Applications Development3.0 credit hours
MIT 570Network Technology Management (N+)3.0 credit hours
MIT 588Software Development and Management3.0 credit hours
MIT 602ITIL Service Oriented Architecture3.0 credit hours
  MIT 622High PerformanceDatabases3.0 credit hours
MIT 710Final Capstone Project3.0 credit hours

Special Certifications Master’s in IT

If your passion is technology, then the IT field offers a number of opportunities and areas to specialize in. As you hone your skills while pursuing your degree, you can validate your knowledge by pursuing specific IT certifications.  AU prepares IT students for important certifications for specific areas of focus as part of their degree or diploma program, but the student must apply for and complete the certification on his or her own.  AU provides the program of study, the courses, the study materials and the instruction towards an IT certification, but it is the responsibility of the student to follow through and obtain the certification from the respective certification organization.

In the current economy, certifications are an increasingly important tool for building skill levels, improving marketability, and pursuing career opportunities. Certifications provide the knowledge needed to gain experience and validate skills to potential/current employers.

A few reasons that certifications in the Information Technology field are important:

  • Certifications help with job retention because the certifications help with skill development that employers are truly seeking.
  • Certifications help with career improvement; certifications help you gain the knowledge needed to learn things that are out of your scope of work that can be applied to higher paying jobs and positions.
  • One of the biggest rewards to these certifications is that they grant the person that is holding the certification the confidence to be capable and useful in stressful times. With a certification, you can be relied upon if workload begins to overflow or you are required to travel off-site or work in an impromptu environment.

IT Certifications: Here’s how it works.

  • Step 1: Choose your certification. Research what’s available, and pick an IT certification that will help you achieve your career goals. Your AU Career Counsellor can help to guide you in this selection.
  • Step 2: Start Learning and Training. Your AU program courses will prepare you to develop the knowledge and skills for a particular certification, based on your area of focus: Network, Cloud or Security.
  • Step 3: Get Familiar with the Certification Exam. Your AU classes will help you do this.
  • Step 4: Register and Take Your Certification Exam. You can take many IT Certification Exams right here at Atlantis University. Ask your AU Career Counsellor for details.


  • Attend class when it’s convenient for you – days, evenings or online.


  • Take advantage of some of the most affordable tuition rates in the nation.

Transfer your Credits

  • Transfer up to 90 credits toward your undergraduate degree.

Learn from experience

  • Get real-world insight from faculty averaging 24 years of professional experience.

Get Prepared for IT Certifications:
AWS Solutions Assoc.
As part of your AU IT Program

AU prepares IT students for important certifications for specific areas of focus as part of their degree or diploma program, but the student
must apply for and complete the certifications on his or her own.


Taking this class:

CIT-382 Cloud Tech Developer

Prepares You For This Certification:

Amazon Web Services (AWS) Solutions Associate Certification

What’s my investment?

We pride ourselves in delivery quality education at a lower cost. Atlantis University is half the cost of other traditional universities.

Academic InstitutionsAverage Cost/Semester Per Semester
(Graduate program = 4 months)
University of Miami$16,700.00
Barry University$14,080.00
Nova Southeastern University$12,200.00
Florida International University$9,200.00
Miami Dade$7,100.00
Atlantis University$6,722.00 *Without scholarship