Carnegie Mellon University

The digital world moves fast. You need to be faster.

In the Master of Information Technology Strategy program, you'll study at a top computer science and engineering institution while acquiring the knowledge to apply that technology in today's world. This multi-disciplinary professional degree draws from eleven departments in three colleges at Carnegie Mellon. There is nothing else like it.

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Study with the experts who are changing the game in their fields

When you take our Dynamic Network Analysis course, you'll be taking it with Dr. Kathleen CarleyDr. Carley specializes in network science, agent-based modeling, text-mining, and organizational and social theory framework. In her work, she examines how cognitive, social, and institutional factors come together to impact individual, organizational, and societal outcomes. She uses her expertise to address policy issues including counter-terrorism, human and narcotic trafficking, cyber and nuclear threats, organizational resilience and design, natural disaster preparedness, cyber threat in social media, and leadership. Learn more about our faculty.

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