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Information Technology Management

Master of Science


With CSP’s IT management degree, you’ll become an effective leader who can manage and grow resources and examine technical solutions through a strategic business lens.


Program Length

36 Credits


On Campus

CSP’s program offers you the option of an on campus or all-online format led by industry experts who prepare you with in-demand skills and competencies.

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Database Administrator or Database Architect $ 98,860

2021 Median Income

8 %

Job outlook 2020-2030
(As fast as average)

Information Security Analyst $ 102,600

2021 Median Income

33 %

Job outlook 2020-2030
(Much faster than average)

Computer and Information Systems Manager $ 159,010

2021 Median Income

11 %

Job outlook 2020-2030
(Faster than average)

Program Details

Twelve courses focus on how to manage and deliver technology to support Digital Transformation using Agile Methods. They will inform on how a DevOps organization is constructed and operates plus how it is supported by ethical governance. Classes in Project Management, Information Security, Data Analytics and Technology Innovation set the stage for providing students with a modern and forward-looking understanding of how to lead in a modern IT Organization.

The information technology management master’s degree from CSP is 36 credit hours. You’ll study technology management and innovation, project management, information security, and leadership in information technology.


CSP was ranked in the Top 10 “Career Ready” Institutions & Top 10 “Career Ready” Feedback for First-Generation College Students in the 2021 SkillSurvey Career Readiness.

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Career Support

The support system you’ll enjoy at CSP continues far past the day you receive your diploma. Our Office of Career Development helps students and alumni find meaningful work through job & internship assistance, networking opportunities, interview prep, and much more.

Meet our faculty

Our world-class faculty use their decades of experience to nurture your success from the first day of class all the way to graduation— and beyond.

Heather Wegwerth

Department Chair; Computer and Information Science Department

Joel Schuessler, Ph.D.

Faculty, Dept. of Computer & Information Science

Randy Carlson

Associate Professor of Practice, Information Technology Management - BA