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Master’s Degree in IT Management

Indiana University via edX

Overview

Our Master’s Degree in IT Management is designed for working professionals with an interest in information technology (IT) and information systems who are looking to accelerate their careers. We created this online IT Management degree program to meet the growing demand for IT leaders, information systems managers, and IT project managers, developing a curriculum that will prepare students from both business and IT backgrounds to meet current market needs for CIOs and other tech visionaries.

Complete this 30 credit-hour degree in 21 months to three years, and graduate with a Master's in IT Management prepared to:

  • Be knowledgeable about business processes and the integration between business functions and technology
  • Analyze, design, and develop IT systems
  • Lead IT management and strategy—both of people and systems
  • Use data and visualizations to support managerial decisions

The IT Management program is created by the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, the #1-ranked provider of online business graduate programs in the U.S. This online degree program is ideal for both experienced IT professionals and those just beginning their careers in information systems management.

Syllabus

The Master’s degree in Information Technology Management requires 30 hours of coursework. Each of the 10 courses counts as 3 credit hours. Courses in the degree program are:

  1. Enterprise Data Management
  2. Digital Technology and Innovation
  3. Digital Ecosystem Infrastructure
  4. Enterprise Data Management II - Big Data
  5. AI in Business
  6. Platform-based Analytics
  7. AI for Cybersecurity
  8. Enterprise Platforms
  9. Digital Technologies in Operations Management
  10. Capstone

Students will learn from top-ranked Kelley School of Business faculty and build expertise and skills in everything from management information systems and computer systems to project management, business administration, risk management, systems analysis, problem-solving, leadership, and more.

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