The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Management focuses on the problem-solving skills and techniques needed to provide computer-based solutions to practical problems. You’ll be taught how to develop and communicate technological solutions, manage systems operations, improve and evaluate products, provide customer support, and facilitate technology transfer in both the public and private sectors. You’ll also learn to apply ethical judgments and critical thinking to assess the impact of information technology on contemporary social, political, and economic issues. This bachelor’s degree program prepares you for a broad range of IT positions in multiple fields, such as a programmer analyst, systems analyst, database analyst, information systems analyst, network analyst, security analyst, security risk assessor and manager, project manager, or computer resource manager.
Some courses in this program meet the topical requirements for CompTIA Project+ Certification, the MS Office Word 2013 Certification, and the Internet Business Foundations curriculum of the CIW Foundations Certification.
The curriculum for this program follows industry trends to help ensure relevancy to today's marketplace. View all courses.
Note: Some courses in this program have additional laboratory course materials that are not covered by our undergraduate book grant. View the Materials Cost information below for details.
In addition to the institutional and degree level learning objectives, graduates of this program are expected to achieve these learning outcomes:
- Interpret fundamental computer science concepts.
- Use computer applications to enhance productivity.
- Integrate the theory and practice of information technology with the fundamental principles of business enterprise management, finance, operations, strategic planning, and marketing.
- Examine the influences of technology on the conduct of business operations, the rise of e-commerce, the globalization of business, and the increase in telecommuting.
- Apply the principles of Information Technology Management in a modern organization.
- Identify the prevailing cyber and legal principles and issues associated with information technology the workplace and in society at large.
- Appraise the principles and practices of database systems, networks, information systems, information security, and information technology project planning.