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Schools for IT graduate programs in DC metro area (Northern Virginia)

michaelvietmichaelviet 9 replies3 threads New Member
I am an immigrant with a non-technology degree and I am collecting information on IT for my graduate study. The question is the followings:

1. Can I study Master in IT with my non-technology background?
2. If yes, which schools should I go to? For example: George Mason, UMUC, Strayer, etc.
3. What I can do prior to the Master plans? and
4. Which concentrations that I can take? I am in favor with Information Systems, Assurance or Security but I do not have deep knowledge in these fields.
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