M.S. in Information Technology – Network Design and Security
Residential M.S.I.T. – Network Design and Security
Prepare for a successful career with a Master of Science in Information Technology (M.S.I.T.) – Network Design & Security from Liberty University. Here, you’ll get a real-world understanding of networking and database management while learning the concepts of modeling and design.
You’ll also learn about the security measures used to maintain the integrity and confidentiality of transmitted information over communication networks. Get hands-on, practical techniques for securing a network along with an in-depth analysis of network architecture models that are designed to support business strategies in a changing environment.
Academics for the M.S. in IT – Network Design and Security
- 36 total credit hours
Program of Study
Admission Requirements & More
Find M.S.I.T. in Network Design and Security admissions requirements, transfer information, and accreditation on the Residential Admissions site.
Featured Network Design and Security Courses
- Telecommunications and Network Security (BMIS 662)
- Applied Network Security (CSCI 601)
- Network Architecture & Design (CSIS 651)
Start Your Career in Network Design and Security
Career Options for M.S.I.T. – Network Design and Security Graduates
- Database administrator
- Information security analyst
- Network security manager
- Security auditor