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Arizona State University's Master of Science in graphic information technology targets graphics professionals, supervisors and managers in a graphics or technology-oriented area who need advanced expertise in administering and managing digital content.
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ASU's master of science in graphic information technology is ideal for military personnel, government employees, and graphics or technology educators. Students come to the online program with expertise in digital photography, web design and development, print technology, multimedia, informational graphics, graphic sales and management, technical and scientific visualization, or other creative or technical backgrounds.
The MS in graphic information technology program begins six times per year and a GRE score is required at the time of application.
All students are required to meet general university admission requirements.
Some programs may have additional requirements for admission.