The Information Technology curriculum highlights the critical role of information systems in organizations. Understand the design and development of such systems. Learn how to transform information technology into business applications that deliver sustainable value across the entire organization from some of the world's most intelligent IT management professors.
|Information Technology Management Core Course|
A study in understanding and managing information technology, and strategic uses of IT and electronic commerce.
|Information Technology Management Electives|
|Information Technology Management Concentration|
Advances in information technology (IT) have profound effects on how organizations generate value and how entire industries are structured. The Information Technology Management concentration provides a deep understanding of how to manage the opportunities and threats created from the increasing digitization of organizations, markets, and entire industries. The concentration has two over-arching components:
a) strategies and tactics for competing in fast-moving digital environments, and
Students pursuing a concentration in IT Management should complete nine credit hours (three courses) from the following electives. The core course may not be counted toward a concentration. See elective classes (above) for course descriptions. Students must complete at least:
a) three courses from Group A, or
GROUP A (choose two or three)
GROUP B (choose one if only two courses were selected from Group A)
Concentrations are optional. You have the flexibility to take electives in any combination of areas. Learn more.