Technology & Data Analytics

Develop the skills to take on emerging challenges with the latest advances in technology, analytics, and processes.

Shape your degree path with interdisciplinary courses to align with your career goals and interests.

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M.S. in Informatics

Build on any bachelor’s degree to advance your career in your current industry or pivot into a new field with concentrations in Cybersecurity, Data Science, Health Informatics, or Informatics Generalist. 

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M.S. in Systems Technology

Gain advanced problem-solving skills and cutting-edge tools to develop solutions to complex systems problems across energy, manufacturing, chemical production, construction and maintenance services industries.  

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Why study data analytics and technology? 

Regardless of your industry, ensuring safe, effective, and efficient processes is critical to operational longevity and success. Depending on your goals, you might approach this through aggregating and processing big data or through new approaches in automated systems management.  

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment in computer and information technology as well as engineering occupations is projected to grow faster than the average for all occupations from 2022 to 2032.  

The median annual wage for these groups was more than 80% higher than the median annual wage for all occupations in 2022. 

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