Information Systems Management Concentration

In a world becoming increasingly dependent on computers, professionals who are competent in computer systems play an important role in applying technology to meet corporate strategic goals. Students are prepared with the knowledge and tools needed to integrate people, hardware, software and data for optimal planning, decision-making and problem-solving. The information systems management concentration deals with managing information as a strategic corporate asset and resource. The curriculum is designed to empower leaders with an understanding of how information systems and technologies may be used to achieve the corporation’s mission and vision.

Degree Requirements

Required courses for informational systems management concentration:

ITM Decisions Analysis Elective

4

Two of the following:

ITM 614Effective Project Management

4

ITM 619Enterprise Systems

4

ITM 630Managing the IT Organization

4

ITM 635Managing Innovation

4

ITM(QMB) 660Advanced Business Forecasting

4

Total Credit Hours: 12