Both the University of North Carolina and Duke are among the top 35 schools for obtaining an online Master’s degree in Information Technology in 2017, according to College Choice.

According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, careers in computer and information technology occupations are set to grow in the double-digit percentages in the next decade. That’s the result of the growth of cloud computing, “big data,” and the spread of mobile computing. Median pay can start in the six figures, but there’s a trick to it: you’ll need a master’s degree or higher.

“Since this is an especially dynamic and developing field, the potential to advance quickly—both in responsibility as well as earnings—is quite high,” Christian Amondson, Managing Editor of College Choice, said of the ranking. “A master’s degree in the field can go a long way in helping you advance.”

College Choice developed its list by looking at data from the Higher Education Research Institute at UCLA, U.S. News & World Report, the National Center for Education Statistics, and Payscale.

The ranking for the 35 Best Online Master’s in Information Technology for 2017 finds Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the top spot. University of Washington is in second, and University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign rounds out the top three.

The entire ranking, listed in alphabetical order, is as follows:

Brown University

California Institute of Technology

Carnegie Mellon University

Columbia University

Cornell University

Duke University

Georgia Institute of Technology

Harvard University

Johns Hopkins University

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

New York University

Northwestern University

Ohio State University

Pennsylvania State University

Princeton University

Purdue University

Rice University

Stanford University

University of California Berkeley

University of California Irvine

University of California Los Angeles

University of California San Diego

University of Illinois Urbana Champaign

University of Maryland College Park

University of Massachusetts Amherst

University of Michigan

University of Minnesota

University of North Carolina

University of Pennsylvania

University of Southern California

University of Texas at Austin

University of Virginia

University of Washington

University of Wisconsin Madison

Yale University