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Master of Science in Information Technology and Management

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The Master of Science in Information Technology and Management is a 36-hour STEM degree (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) program designed to prepare managers to be successful servant leaders in the modern data driven marketplace. This program helps students stay relevant in this age of disruption while giving them strong foundations in technology and business. The program helps students develop effective problem solving, planning, management, and technical abilities integrated with a leadership approach that focuses on the application of technology to create business value.

Program Degree Requirements

The Master of Science in Information Technology and Management consists of 24 hours of core courses and a 12-hour concentration. 

Degree Requirements Credit Hours

Information Technology and Management Required Core Curriculum

Credit Hours - 24

Technology Core

Credit Hours - 12

MISM 6320 Systems Analysis and Design

MISM 6330 Database Management Systems

MISM 6335 Networks and Telecommunication

MSITM 6340 Object Oriented Programming (JAVA)

 

Management Core

Credit Hours - 9

Choose 9 hours (3 courses) from the following:

ACCT 6321 Managerial Accounting (Prerequisite ACCT 5311 or undergraduate equivalent)

FINA 6301 Corporate Finance (Prerequisite FINA 51.521 or undergraduate equivalent)

MANA 6302 Quantative Analysis for Managers (Prerequisite MANA 3305 or MANA 6303)

MANA 6314 Org. Change and Development (Prerequisite MANA 51.521 or undergraduate equivalent)

MRKT 6341 Advanced Marketing Strategies

MSITM 6330 Digital Ethics

 

Leadership Core

Credit Hours - 3

Choose 3 hours (1 course) of the following:

MAL 6301 Christian Worldview of Leadership

MAL 6303 Leadership in Conflict and Adversity

MAL 6304 Leadership Communication

MANA 6310 Leadership in Management

MANA 6330 Leadership Development

 

M.S. in Information Technology & Management Concentrations

Credit Hours - 12
Select one concentration from the following:
Business Intelligence and Analytics*
MSITM 6301 Business Data Warehousing
MSITM 6302 Business Intelligence & Data Mining
MSITM 6303 Data Visualization
Choose one course:
MSITM 6304 Captstone Project
MSITM 6305 IoT & Big Data
IT Security for Managers**
MSITM 6311 Introduction to Information Security Management
MSITM 6312 Information Security Policy & Governance
MSITM 6313 Information Security Program Management and Development
MSITM 6314 Information Security Risk Management
Project Management
MSITM 6320 Software Project Management
PROJ 6302 Project Planning
PROJ 6303 Project Execution & Closeout
PROJ 6304 Advanced Project Management Strategy & Simulation
Recommended Certifications: CAPM, CSM, PMP
 
Total Additional Graduate Hours Required 12
Total Credit Hours Required 36
Degree Requirements Credit Hours

Note:  Refer to course descriptions for course prerequisites.

* Available Fall 2018

** Available Spring 2019

(S-L) = Course(s) with field-based service-learning component.

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