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Photo by Cliff Hollis/ECU News ServicesECU student Dallas Puett, center, works on a cyber defense project in the computer lab in the College of Technology and Computer Science. The college has received approval for a new master's degree in network technology, which will begin accepting students this fall.
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Photo by Cliff Hollis/ECU News ServicesECU student Dallas Puett, center, works on a cyber defense project in the computer lab in the College of Technology and Computer Science. The college has received approval for a new master's degree in network technology, which will begin accepting students this fall.

ECU notes: New master's degree offered

By ECU News Service

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A new East Carolina University graduate program capitalizing on continued growth in the information technology sector will begin accepting students this fall.

A master of science in network technology was approved in February by the UNC Board of Governors. It will be offered through the College of Technology and Computer Science’s Department of Technology Systems and will be available online to students worldwide through remotely accessible labs.


The network technology degree will meet two specific needs, according to Dr. T.J. Mohammed, chair of the department. First, it will be a degree graduates can easily market to potential employers because of the recognizable name. This differs from the existing master’s in technology systems degree, Mohammed said, which will continue to accept students. 

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