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Information Technology and Administrative Management

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Master of Science in Information Technology and Administrative Management Curriculum

This is a professional program that students complete in one year. Cohorts begin in Fall Quarter and continue through the end of Summer Quarter. Students take a common core curriculum that focuses on the skills and knowledge necessary for the modern, global administration; then select a specialization in either administrative management or information technology.

Core Curriculum

ADMG501ITAM Boot Camp2
ADMG525Global Managerial Communications4
ADMG573Global Supervision4
ADMG574Global Project Management4
ADMG545Research and Statistical Analysis of Data4
ADMG531Financial Analysis in IT and Administrative Management4
ADMG571Global Administrative Management Policy4
TOTAL CORE CREDITS:26

 

 

Administrative Management Specialization

ADMG631Organizational Development4
ADMG641Innovative Growth4
ADMG654Customer Relationship Management (CRM)4
ADMG681Social Informatics4
ADMG698Written Capstone Project4
TOTAL ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT SPEC. CREDITS20

Information Technology Specialization

IT632Sustainable IT4
IT642Strategic Management for IT4
IT657Strategic IT Security4
IT682Enterprise Analytics4
IT698Written Capstone Project4
TOTAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SPEC. CREDITS:20

Total Program Credits: 46

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Thesis Option

The Master of Science in Information Technology and Administrative Management is a professional program that culminates in an applied written capstone project. For those students whose career path includes pursuing a Ph.D. after completion of their M.S., this program has a thesis option available. The thesis has prerequisites and requires both the permission of the instructor and the thesis committee. Speak with your advisor to learn more.

2015-16 Proposed Schedule of Classes

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