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The Information Technology Management concentration addresses the increasing reliance on technology among business professionals.

It will teach you how to leverage technology solutions to solve complex business problems and improve operations. This program is ideal if you want to better understand today’s technology trends and how to make technology work for – and not against – the business objectives. 

This program focuses on the benefits IT systems bring as well as the challenges they pose to business today. You’ll explore topics about data analytics and how to best leverage the current data explosion, how to weigh security risks, the importance of building security into your systems, and the importance of weighing IT systems as assets that can help – or hurt – how your business operates. 

IT systems managers plan, coordinate, and direct computer-related activities in an organization. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, a career in the field of information technology management typically requires only a bachelor’s degree for an entry-level position and is projected to remain in high demand with 13% growth from 2020 – 2030. Some typical role titles include computer and Information systems manager (median salary of $151,150), administrative services and facilities manager (median salary of $98,890) computer support specialist (median salary of $55,510), computer systems analyst (median salary of $93,730), and network and computer systems administrators (median salary of $84,810).

Program Highlights

  • This program is a business-first approach for students interested in ensuring IT systems are managed in a way to support - not hinder - business.   

  •  IT management is a fast-growing field as businesses increasingly rely on IT systems to run their operations efficiently. 

  • You’ll get experiential and hands-on instruction from experienced professionals with deep knowledge about the complex role of IT Systems in business operations. From them, you’ll learn how to best leverage systems to manage and protect data. 

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