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Information & Technology Management

 

MBA or MS?

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The Masters of Science (M.S.) is a 30-hour program in Information & Technology Management that equips professionals with an intensive education in enterprise architecture, strategy and governance, project management, business analytics, ethics, and sustainability.   The MBA Program with a concentration in Information & Technology Management is a 42-hour program that merges a practical experiential MBA with four additional I&TM classes.

Why UD?

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The programs in the College of Business are accredited by AACSB and incorporate practical and experiential learning taught by instructors with decades of real-world relevant business experience.  Many of our adjunct instructors manage multi-million dollar projects while teaching. Our students are working professionals in their field and are able to have immediate application of what they are learning.  

For international students it is a distinct advantage to attend class with currently working professionals in the field and the very businesses where they aspire to work.  The I&TM program is part of the STEM-designated degree programs that qualify graduates for an optional practical training (OPT) extension of 17 months for a total of 29 months.

What are my career options?

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There are a variety of Information & Technology Management career options from a graduate degree in I&TM including

  • Project Managers
  • Program Managers
  • Portfolio Managers
  • Service Desk Managers
  • Analysts
  • Consultants

 

 

 

 

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