Master of ScienceInformation Technology Management (MS-ITM)

Program Overview

The 36-hour Master of Science – Information Technology Management program is designed for IT workers seeking to advance a career in information technology and/or individuals seeking to deepen their business and IT management skills and knowledge. Students will learn to be effective leaders within the technology environment and gain a firm understanding of how to grow and manage resources in a responsible and ethical manner. The program is offered in a blended format (online and on campus).

The IT field, overall, is one of tremendous future growth and management positions within the field are not an exception. Computer and Information Systems Managers are projected to grow at a fast rate. According to the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment opportunities in IT management are projected to increase through 2022.

The MS in Information Technology Management program prepares students with the business leadership skills needed to successfully lead teams in the information technology workplace. Integrating business management and technical skill development, the coursework prepares graduates with in-demand skills and competencies.  Through experience-based learning, students critically explore and apply leadership theory, business strategy, data analytics, information security, project management, IT innovation and ethics.

Required Courses

View Information Technology Management (MS-ITM) required courses on our academic catalog website.

Career Potential

  • Computer systems analyst
  • Network systems administrator
  • Information security analyst
  • Computer user support specialist
  • Database administrator
  • Software systems developers
  • Management analyst
  • IT project manager