- Managing Health Information
- Securing IT Assets
- Enterprise Technology Management
- Software Design and Development
- Virtual Management
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Today's most efficient and successful businesses, governmental organizations and enterprises all recognize IT as a strategic business motivator rather than simply as a cost center, and invest in their IT operations and technical personnel to increase their value in the face of rapidly changing conditions.
Designed for working professionals looking to advance their careers along with their educational goals, our online M.S. in Information Technology Management stands apart because it equips students to:
The 30-credit Information Technology Management program is comprised of five required courses and five electives. Required courses provide students with a focused education surrounding fundamental topics in the field, while electives build upon specific professional skillsets and allow students to enrich and round out their studies.
Below is a sample Information Technology Management curriculum. Please note that available courses are subject to change.
RCOM 102: Professional Communications
RMGT 101: Perspectives on Information Technology
RMGT 102: Strategic Information Technology: Operational Strategy
RMGT 103: Strategic Information Technology: Organizational Strategy
RMGT 110: Organizational Leadership and Decision Making
RMGT 125: Managing Today's Technology Professionals
RMGT 120: Legal and Ethical Practices in IT
RPJM 113: Negotiating and Conflict Resolution
RPJM 118: Procurement and Contract Management
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Information technology management professionals transform the way businesses operate.Today's most valuable IT leaders recognize, develop and implement technological opportunities to give their organization and competitive edge in the marketplace.
Our students work or have worked at prestigious organizations such as:
Information Technology Management students often hold job titles such as:
The median age of Information Technology Management students in the program is 37.
The program is 81% male and 19% female.
236 students have graduated from the program since it launched in 2004.
70 students are currently working toward their Information Technology Management degree.
“As an online learner at Brandeis GPS, I found the coursework and support resources convenient and accommodating. In fact, I rarely felt as though my studies were an interruption. What I learned was immediately applicable, and I continue every day to benefit from the understanding the courses gave me.”
— Scott Paddock, GPS Student
Our Information Technology Management instructors understand the challenges of modern industry. Whether they’re spearheading genetics research at leading pharmaceuticals or designing biological models, they structure their GPS curriculum to draw on real-world expertise and connections that ultimately help our students advance their career goals. Here is a sampling of our Bioinformatics instructors:
Visit the Rabb School instructor directory for a full list of Brandeis GPS instructors.
Please join us for our next Online Open House. Check out our Admissions Events to see a listing of upcoming program-specific Online Open Houses, and get connected with program chairs, current students and administrative staff at GPS.
Brandeis GPS is committed to giving you the support you need to succeed. From the moment you begin the application process to the day you graduate and beyond, our advising team is here to support you. Talk to an enrollment advisor today.
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