Master of Science in Information Technology Management

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Master of Science in Information Technology Management

The Masters of Science in Information Technology Management (MSITM) gives a strong technical and managerial background to those interested in using information technology (IT) for competitive advantage. It provides business professionals with the knowledge they need to effectively manage information technology in support of their business goals. It gives information systems (IS) professionals knowledge on the latest technologies and their use in application development.

This program is offered by the management information systems (MIS) group within the DIS department of Decision and Information Sciences. The faculty have teaching and research interests in many of the areas around which the program is configured, such as e-commerce, strategy, decision support, and a process view of IS development.

The MITM program is developed to meet the changing user and IS needs in the industry - make users more IT proficient, and systems developers more focused on business issues. To this end, the program is structured around five major components (described below). The first two (management and IS core) provide the student with management and IS basics, the middle two (IT Foundations and Electives) provide the role of IT in support of development of generalized and specialized (or focused) systems, and the last component provides an opportunity to synthesize these concepts through cases or a project.

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