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Find Masters Programs in Information Technology Management in North America 2019

A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.

Students of information technology management frequently learn a variety of technology-focused information, including database processing, computer languages, and using information systems in business strategies. These programs may prepare students for lucrative careers in the growing field of information technology.

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Master in Information Technologies Management

University of the Americas Puebla (UDLAP)
Online Part-time 2 years July 2019 Mexico Puebla City

This program was developed to satisfy the needs of professionals able to cope with the current trends where information technologies are increasingly integrated.

Mastery in information technology management

Universidad Tecmilenio
Campus Online Full-time Part-time 5 semesters July 2019 Mexico Mexico Online Culiacán Guadalajara Heroica Veracruz Mérida Cuernavaca Mexico City Buenavista Monterrey Villahermosa + 11 more

Choose the University Tecmilenio The information loses validity if it is not used in time. Similarly, academic knowledge must be certified to be implemented in a timely manner. We will certify you.

Mastery in information technology management (online) (mti-v)

Tecnológico de Monterrey - ITESM
Online Full-time Part-time 2 years August 2019 Mexico Monterrey Buenavista Mexico City Zapopan Morelia Santa Fe Santiago de Querétaro Colombia Colombia Online Ecuador Ecuador Online Panama Panama Online Peru Peru Online + 15 more

In today's society the production of value depends largely on knowledge. Thanks to advances in information technology and globalization, access to large volumes of information is available; However, this does not ensure that such information is capitalized in the production of value.