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You'll gain an understanding of foundational theory and how it applies to information technology, as well as the skills and knowledge to research, teach, consult, and lead.
Three doctoral residencies provide the time, resources, and hands-on experience to expedite completion of your dissertation.
You’re busy, but determined. Take up to three courses a quarter and work anytime, anywhere. Take control of your schedule.
This dedicated team helps you understand your financial aid, find the right program, and arrange a leave of absence if duty calls.
Pricing is $965 a credit, up to six credits. Take six or more credits in the quarter and you pay a flat $5,000 tuition rate.
Our distinguished faculty members hold top credentials in their fields. They’re here to teach the concrete skills you’ll need, now.
Our PhD in Information Technology program is designed to remove roadblocks for you and demystify the dissertation process. This unique approach centers on supporting you in three ways: through program structure, a dedicated faculty and support team, and online resources. To help generate momentum toward graduation, you’ll begin your dissertation early in the program. Our faculty, support team, and online resources will help guide you every step of the way.
Learn more about admissions requirements, costs, and courses for your specialization.
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