Doctor of Science in Information Technology (DScIT)

The Doctor of Science in Information Technology (DSIT) program offers a comprehensive research-focused curriculum covering a wide range of areas within computer science, information systems, and information technology.

Geared towards preparing students for careers as professors, scientists, and entrepreneurs, the DSIT program at Middle Georgia State University is renowned for its commitment to equipping students with the skills to solve complex problems and leverage emerging technologies in today's interconnected global landscape.

The 54-hour curriculum integrates theoretical and applied mathematics, providing students with a robust foundation that prepares them for diverse career opportunities.


Required Documents

The Doctor of Science in IT requires every applicant to submit the application and all required documents by the deadline.

 *If you have a college transcript from MGA, you do not have to pay for or send your transcript to Admissions.


Admission Requirements

  • Master's degree from an institutionally accredited university in a related discipline closely related to Information Technology (e.g. Information Systems, Cybersecurity, Computer Science, etc.)
  • 3.0 GPA on all graduate coursework
  • Two years of relevant work experience preferred

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Application Deadline

The Doctorate of Science in Information Technology accepts applications from October 1st to March 1st for the upcoming Summer semester. All admission decisions to this program will be communicated in mid-April.


Application and Required Documents Deadline

Acceptance Decision


March 1 mid-April

Program Coordinator

Dr. Vicky Sandoval


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