MA in Information Technology Management
Most companies can't survive without computer technologies or the information technology professional who manage them.
At Webster University, the master's degree in Information Technology Management focuses on emerging technologies and the management of both IT and people engaged in computer technology enterprises.
Graduate students gain an understanding of information technology as a management tool in facilitating the flow of information throughout the business enterprise. The master's degree in IT management program is designed for managers and others with similar responsibilities in the information technology field. IT professionals also fine-tune their computer skills in Webster University's graduate program through the study of the latest computer technology applications, business operations, and communication and management strategies used for technology centers.
Information Technology Management Points of Distinction
- Degree is offered through the Walker School of Business and Technology, which is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
- As a global university, Webster offers you the distinct advantage of benefiting from the collective wisdom of faculty and alumni throughout the world who have knowledge and experience in many disciplines.
- Courses are available online, at 39 U.S. locations and at the Webster University campus in London, United Kingdom.
- Faculty who practice in the field, allow you to take what you learn in class and apply it at work, and to understand diverse informational needs of employees and provide managers with the tools they need to make better decisions.
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