In today's complex global environment, skilled professionals who possess both information technology and administrative management expertise are in high demand. The Information Technology and Administrative Management Master of Science degree (MS-ITAM) provides a one-year degree for post baccalaureate students to develop essential skills to enhance organization competitiveness. MS-ITAM is a unique degree that bridges the gap between information technology and administrative management. The program focuses on leadership, communications, supervision, budget planning, entrepreneurship, and ethics, as well as applied IT management skills in emerging technologies.
Please email JustAskMSITAM@cwu.edu if you have any questions.
MS-ITAM is ideal for:
- Recent graduates seeking a professional degree before they enter the workforce
- Professionals who want a graduate degree to advance their career
- People seeking to move into a new professional field
- People seeking cross-training for advancement
- International students
The MS-ITAM graduate program has a common core curriculum (26 credits), then students choose between three specialization areas:
- Administrative Management - 20 credits
- Cybersecurity Management - 20 credits
- Information Technology - 20 credits
The program is three quarters plus summer quarter and can be completed in as little as one year as a full-time student. Explore the complete curriculum here.
This program operates in a cohort model, therefore, we can only accept full-time students.
Due to high demand, we are unable to accept state/CWU tuition waivers for this program at this time.
Fully online program
M-ITAM's online format allows you to work toward your degree anywhere and any time! Students who are currently employed, place-bound, or facing other challenges to completing a traditional on campus program find it easy and convenient to take the next step in their professional career.
Financial aid and graduate assistantships available
This one-year program is not only convenient but affordable. With many financial aid options including scholarships, grants, tuition waivers, and graduate assistantships, it is possible to attain your goal of a graduate degree.