What is different between MS,MSIT and MSBA?

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Kimaya Nigam

Kimaya Nigam

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MS: Master of Science or more commonly referred to as MS or MSc is common post-graduation studies pursued by individuals in topics mostly related to engineering, computer science, and general sciences.

MSIT: A Master's of Science in Information Technology is a degree focused on all aspects of designing, building, and managing information and communication technologies.

MSBA: 

The Master of Science in Business Administration (MSBA), is a much more specialized degree. In this one-year program, students focus on an area specific to their needs or ambitions, with the goal being to become an expert in that field.

The MSBA degree combines data science, computer science, statistics, business intelligence, and information theory—all of which are focused on commercial applications. Because of this specialization, it is often recommended that students complete their MBA prior to earning an MSBA—but an MBA is not required.

 

Hope this clears your doubts!


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