IT Management

The Information Technology Management Track develops business leaders who understand the concepts and methods required to define, design, build, manage and evolve information technology. In addition, students will learn to align technology goals to strategic business goals, design client server applications, develop data communication and networking strategies, assess the business risks and rewards of new information technology, apply reengineering principles to business processes, and understand the role of the technology manager in business planning.

Prerequisite Core Courses:
  • BUS 581 Management Concepts for Information Technology

Choose three from the following:

  • BUS 503 Project and Change Management
  • BUS 532 Distributive Systems and Applications
  • BUS 534 Relational Technology
  • BUS 535 Information Security Management
  • BUS 539 Global Information Technology
  • BUS 583 Business Systems Development
  • BUS 584 Data Communications and Networking
  • BUS 586 Information Systems and Business Strategy
  • BUS 587 Management Concepts for eBusiness

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