View the required and elective courses of the Information Technology Management Master's Degree.
Graduate Certificate Program Requirements for students admitted prior to July 1, 2011
This program is available entirely online with select courses available on campus.
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— Dee Dung, Information Technology Management
Information Technology Management
Information technology is now so closely integrated with business, that business solutions must include the use of technology.
The challenge facing business leaders today is to not simply manage information technology, but to use technology to deliver business value.
The Information Technology Management program in the Division of Graduate Professional Studies combines technological and managerial components to develop graduates who can deal effectively with the complexity and variety of issues involved in applying information technology successfully within organizations.
Graduates with a Master of Science in Information Technology Management are prepared to:
Develop and lead teams of technical people toward the achievement of established goals, and manage the development of their product.
Identify ways in which technology can be applied to solve both existing and new or anticipated problems.
Leverage technology to realize strategic management goals and opportunities.
Assure the quality of information as well as its value to those who will ultimately use it for decision making.
Think, write and speak cogently and persuasively about ongoing or anticipated work with colleagues, end-users and corporate leadership, and listen carefully to feedback.