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Managing Virtualization and Cloud Computing

MS degrees offered in Traditional and Evening formats

Lindenwood University offers an accelerated master of science (MS) degree in managing virtualization and cloud computing. The MS degree from Lindenwood will help you achieve a higher degree of success in the information technology field.

Convenient Locations for Busy Working Adults

We know that you are already involved in your careers, families, and other interests, so we have made the program convenient for you. The accelerated MS in managing virtualization and cloud computing can typically be earned by attending evening classes one night a week. Locations are spaced around the St. Louis area, including our main campus in St. Charles, Mo., our sister campus across the river in Belleville, Ill., and nine additional sites that are near your workplace or your home.

Lindenwood University also offers helpful academic support services to you, including free tutoring, a faculty academic advisor, and a slate of career services.

The accelerated master of science in managing virtualization and cloud computing will accept students who have undergraduate degrees in information technology, computer science, computer information systems, management information systems, the Post Bachelor’s Certificate in Information Technology, or equivalent work experience or professional certifications to be determined by Lindenwood University. 

Master of Science in Managing Virtualization and Cloud Computing Security Faculty

You will have the advantage of learning in a small-group format from instructors who are experienced professionals in various IT technologies. Their experience, along with the experience of your classmates, creates an engaging learning environment.

Earn a Graduate IT Degree through a Fast-Tracked Format

The accelerated degree program uses a “cluster” format, which is small-group instruction comprised of three related courses (such as management theory, personnel management, and organizational behavior). Each cluster contains associated material that can be effectively taught together, giving you an in-depth view of the subjects that you must know to advance in the IT field. Each course is three credits, and each cluster (comprised of three courses) is nine credits, allowing you to finish your graduate degree in managing virtualization and cloud computing in a shorter period of time compared to the years spent in a traditional master’s program.

What Can I Do with a Master of Science in Managing Virtualization and Cloud Computing Security Degree from Lindenwood University?

The students in this program are typically already working as computer network architects and have attained a degree of skill working with cloud computing and networked servers. They are working toward, or have attained, positions as effective managers, supervisors, or executives in IT companies and departments for public, private, and government organizations. For more information on this career path, consult the Occupational Outlook Handbook at the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Lindenwood University
209 S. Kingshighway
St. Charles, MO 63301