Aug 19, 2022  
2020-2022 Catalog Volume XXX Ver 3 
    
2020-2022 Catalog Volume XXX Ver 3

Information Technology Management, MS


This graduate program is designed for those qualified individuals who wish to continue their academic credentials in the field of information technology management.  The required coursework consists of 45 quarter credit hours mixing core courses from the MBA with advanced IT concepts and deployment strategy centered on project management.

MISSION

The Master of Science in Information Technology Management program is designed to prepare students to leverage personnel, resources, and available technology to meet the demands of IT projects. The goal of the program is to provide organizations with leaders that possess project management skills to analyze, design, and deploy IT solutions.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Graduates completing the program will accomplish the following outcomes:

  1. Analyze business needs, risks, and requirements to design a comprehensive software solution to a set of business problems.
  2. Lead technology initiatives across an organization.
  3. Manage project teams to develop or deploy software solutions in a business setting.
  4. Research computing problems and apply the latest technology and published findings to provide better solutions.
  5. Apply theory, research, and practice to a selected project and plan a software solution.