Master's Degree in Business Information Technology in North America

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Business Information Technology

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The business information technology program teaches students how to utilize concepts such as risk management, alignment and corporate governance from a business perspective. An emphasis will be placed on data safety and human resources.

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Master of Management – Information Technology Management

National American University
Campus or Online Full time Part time September 2018 USA Austin

The Master of Management program offers graduates of diverse undergraduate programs the opportunity to expand their knowledge and skills base in the area of management. The program is designed to help the student develop a well-rounded portfolio of management knowledge, skills and abilities along with a holistic view of the organization. [+]

The Master of Management program offers graduates of diverse undergraduate programs the opportunity to expand their knowledge and skills base in the area of management. The program is designed to help the student develop a well-rounded portfolio of management knowledge, skills and abilities along with a holistic view of the organization. Course topics focus on management issues in areas such as human resources, marketing, information technology, finance and accounting, leadership, communication and international business. The degree program consists of 10 courses and successful completion of 45 credit hours.

Emphasis Information Technology Management:

Explores Information Assurance (IA) from the concepts of computer systems foundation, networking, information security policies, standards, procedures, and guidelines. Explore both technology and management issues related to Computer Security Risk Assessment and Management to protect information assets Explore all possible cyber adversaries that could attack on these national critical infrastructure control systems without which our economy could cripple, human lives will be devastated, and the national security would be compromised Security vulnerabilities, exploitations, and attacks are examined in various cyberattack phases. Electives Computer Security Risk Assessment and Analysis Critical Infrastructure Control System Security Computer Forensics and Incident Handling Foundations of Security (prepares student to take the CompTIA Security+ certification exam) Advanced Security Practices and Risk Management (CISSP- This class will prepare students who meet ISC2’s requirements to sit for the CISSP exam.) Career Options IT Project Manager IT Project Director Database Administrator Management Consultant IT Consultant [-]