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Information Technology and Administrative Management

What is ITAM?

Information Technology and Administrative Management Mission

The Department of Information Technology and Administrative Management prepares students for productive and challenging careers in information technology and administrative management and for a lifetime of creative thinking and adaptive learning as productive citizens. Within our programs, emphasis is placed on developing leadership, communication, critical thinking, and problem-solving competencies. Our mission is accomplished in four ways:

  • Providing students with a caring, creative, supportive, and student-centered learning environment;
  • Promoting education based on industry and skills standards in the areas of
  • ITAM students in network and IT classInformation Technology, Administrative Management, Retail Management and Technology;

  • Supporting faculty in their teaching, academic advising, curriculum development, scholarly research, professional service, and community involvement; and
  • Serving the University and our professional communities with leadership and distinction.

Meet ITAM: Our Students are Central

The ITAM Department comprises over 50 dedicated faculty, instructors, and staff all focused on student success. To learn more about us, our programs, and the people you will be working with, check out our current organization chart:

ITAM Organization Chart effective 9.16.14

Hear about ITAM from one of our students:

Policies and Procedures

Here is a downloadable PDF of the department's most current policies and procedures:

ITAM Policies and Procedures, effective date 3/10/12

Required and Recommended Coursework for Admittance to ITAM Major Programs

Here is a downloadable PDF of the courses we require and recommend prospective

students take prior to applying for one of our majors.

Required and Recommended Pre-Admission Requirements

ITAM is proud to be a department in the College of Education and Professional Studies.