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Information technology management (ITM) continues to evolve at breathtaking speed. Advances in information technology (IT) have profound effects on how firms generate value and how entire industries are structured. Understanding the opportunities and threats create by advances in IT is critical for modern-day managers, and this understanding will grow in importance as more and more business is conducted in "virtual" domains in the future.

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Full-time MBA

Evening MBA

MBA Certificate in MOT

Executive MBA


Current Areas of Research
  • Business analytics
  • Business value of information technology
  • Data warehousing and visualization
  • Distributed network and database design
  • Economic and behavioral implications of electronic commerce
  • Emerging technologies
  • Enterprise and supply chain systems
  • Information technology outsourcing and off-shoring
  • Platforms and open innovation
  • Project management
  • Strategic and innovative uses of information technology
  • Social media
  • Software development
  • Technologies enabling electronic commerce
  • Virtualization of business and societal processes

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Information Technology Management Faculty

Dean, Professor 
Senior Academic Professional 
Professor, PhD Coordinator 
Associate Professor 
Senior Associate Dean, Term Professorship 
Assistant Professor 
Associate Professor 
Professor, Special Chairholder 
Area Coordinator, Professor 
Assistant Professor 
Associate Professor, Term Professorship