Master of Science in Information Technology Management

The College of Information Technology offers the Master of Science in Information Technology Management program that produces graduates who have a thorough understanding of information systems and technologies along with relevant management, communication, and decision-making skills. Students learn how to integrate information systems technology expertise and management skills to effectively implement organizational solutions. This combination of advanced technical knowledge and management skills with organizational strategy put graduates of this program in a position to succeed as IT leaders and technical experts.

Program Objectives

  • Develop in depth knowledge in information systems and technologies.
  • Integrate information systems technology expertise and management skills to effectively implement organizational solutions.
  • Lead IT projects and take a major role in building tomorrow’s economy.
  • Improve their skills and expand their knowledge for life-long learning and professional growth.

Program Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:

  • Demonstrate advanced understandings of the complex body of knowledge that involve the different IT management approaches.
  • Evaluate in depth enterprise architectures for developing and delivering products and services to the marketplace.
  • Develop ethically project work or research that contributes significantly to the current business needs and compliant with cutting-edge technology.
  • Develop enterprise-wide IT management skills and expand the knowledge for lifelong learning and professional development.
  • Critically analyze, synthesize, and make use of management information to solve complex IT management problems
  • Demonstrate advanced oral and written communication skills in a teamwork environment.

Degree Requirements

Required Credit Hours : minimum 30 hours

College of Information Technology


Required Courses (9.00 hours)

Credit Hours
ITCO601Current Emerging Trends in Information Technology3.000
ITCO602Management and Leadership in Information Technology3.000
ITCO603System Analysis, Modeling & Design3.000

 

Information Technology Management


Required Courses (12.00 hours)

Credit Hours
ISBP631Information Systems Strategic Management3.000
ISBP632Data Mining and Business Intelligence3.000
ISBP634Enterprise Computing3.000
ISBP635Knowledge Management3.000

Elective Courses - 3CH for Thesis option and 6CH for Non-Thesis option (6.00 hours)

Credit Hours
ISBP633Managing the Digital Firm3.000
ISBP636IT Legislation3.000
ISBP637E-Governance3.000
ITPG698Special Topics in Information Technology3.000

 

Project or Thesis


Required Course (6.00 hours)

Credit Hours
ITPG690Practicum Project  13.000
1 : Required for Non-Thesis

 

 
 
26-Oct-2017