September 8, 2021

Master’s Information Technology vs Master’s Computer Science with Specialization in Networks and Security

Of these two Master’s degrees, which one seems the better and more robust?

A. Master in Information Technology

Courses:

– Information Technology and Management
– Operating System Management
– Data Collection and Modeling
– Architecture and Network Management
– IT Services Management
– Data and Information Analysis
– Leadership and Ethical Issues in IT
– Strategic Systems Analysis and Design
– Security in IT
– Management of IT Projects
– Virtualization and Cloud Computing
– Information Technology Audit
– IT Seminar (Capstone)

B. Master of Science in Computer Science with Specialization in Networks and Security

Courses:

– Network Analysis and Design
– Principles of Research
– Routing Technologies I
– Network Switching Technologies I
– Routing Technologies II
– Network Switching Technologies II
– Firewalls
– Security and Forensic Computing
– Hacker Detection Systems
– Security Design in Networks
– Assessment of Security in Networks
– Research Project
– Cryptography in Networks
– Network Troubleshooting Techniques
– Satellite Communications Systems

My thinking is the Computer Science route is the better one, and the IT Master is too general.

But what do you think and why?

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