Master of Science in Accounting & Information Technology
The Master of Science in Accounting and Information Technology (MSAIT) degree develops accounting and information technology competencies needed in modern organizations. As today's companies accumulate stores of data, they are increasingly looking for people with the ability to secure, analyze and utilize data in ways never before possible. The MSAIT program provides the knowledge and hands-on experience in information security and control, regulatory reporting, business intelligence and enterprise information management.
STEM Designation & Hybrid Learning
The MSAIT program is STEM Designated. According to the data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median annual wage of STEM occupations in 2019 was $86,980.
The program offers full-time students the ability to graduate in two years and working professionals the flexibility to enroll part-time. Classes are offered in evenings at both the San Marcos and Round Rock campuses. A majority of the classes are delivered online or via technology-enhanced formats that provide both face-to-face and distance learning.
Why Texas State?
The required course work covers the core AIT areas of management accounting, accounting information systems, database management, information security, project management and business consulting.
- data warehousing
- enterprise resource planning and business intelligence
- IT auditing
- financial statement reporting and analysis
For complete course descriptions, please check the University Catalog.
The MSAIT program provides conceptual knowledge and hands-on experience to meet the need for trained professionals who are comfortable with accounting and advanced information technology.
Careers such as:
- IT auditors
- business intelligence analysts
- information security specialists
- information systems consultants