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BUSINESS GRADUATE PROGRAMS
CONCENTRATION IN INFORMATION & TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT

MS or MBA in Information & Technology Management

Information & Technology Management

In the growing marketplace, evolving businesses and organizations depend on advancing and developing their products and services through the effective integration of information technology throughout their organizational structures. IT managers build and implement the crucial information and communication structures on which businesses depend. By gaining a strong foundation with a systems view of Information & Technology Management, you'll be a key player in enhancing business strategies through IT development. 

Information & Technology Management Course Requirements

Detailed course descriptions can be found here.

MBA Degree Requirements
In addition to the MBA core course requirements, students who complete TECH 6370 and three Information & Technology electives will receive a Concentration in Information & Technology Management designation on their transcript.

TECH 6370. Process Mapping & Management*
TECH 6375. Digital Business Profile Management*
TECH 7371. Knowledge Management*
TECH 7372. Enterprise Architecture*
TECH 7374. Program & Services Management*
TECH 7375. Strategy & IT Governance*

Master of Science (MS) Degree Requirements
Core Courses (12 credit hours):
BUAD 6300. Business Analytics
BUAD 6305. The Effective Leader
BUAD 8310. Business & Society*
TECH 8395. MS Practicum*

Required Information & Technology Management Courses (18 credit hours):
TECH 6370. Process Mapping & Management*
TECH 7372. Enterprise Architecture*
TECH 7374. Program & Services Management*
TECH 7375. Strategy & IT Governance*
OPER 6370. Project management
OPER 7370. Project Scope & Time Management

 

* denotes courses with prerequisites

 


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