MS - Information Communication Technology

The Master of Information Communication Technology (ICT) is housed within the College of Communication & Information.

**This is a new program, becoming active in the 2015-2016 Academic Year**

Here you can view the department homepage.

Here you can view the Mission Statement for the College of Communication & Information.


Assessment Plan

Here you can review the Assessment Plan for the Master of Information Communication Technology (ICT) program.


Student Learning Outcomes

The Student Learning Outcomes for the Master of Information Communication Technology (ICT) are:

1. Articulate the history of ICT and define its importance in contemporary society.
2. Evaluate emerging policy issues and how they impact the ICT landscape.
3. Retrieve and evaluate relevant information.
4. Demonstrate best practices related to processing information.
5. Evaluate and apply technology resources.
6. Prepare students for leadership positions in the ICT field.


Assessment Schedule

ASSESSMENT SCHEDULE

ASSESSMENT YEAR

ACADEMIC YEAR

STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES ASSESSED

                    1

2015-2016

1 & 2

                    2

2016-2017

3 & 4

                    3        2017-2018

5 & 6


Annual Reporting

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