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Become an Information Technology Leader with an IT Master’s Degree from Webster

Information technology (IT) touches every aspect of business. Its effective management enables seamless communication, efficient operations and innovation. Be the integral leader any organization needs when you complete your Master’s in Information Technology Management at Webster University. Gain a foundation in current and emerging information technology — or add management skills to an impressive resume with Webster’s IT master’s degree.

 

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A Flexible IT Master’s Degree

Learn to integrate people, processes and technologies to support strategic organizational growth with a Master of Arts in Information Technology Management. At Webster, you’ll discover how to effectively oversee all aspects of emerging and converging technologies, from planning and implementation to use and maintenance. Better yet, you can do it with a program that was designed with your needs in mind, including online or on campus classes.

No matter your location, you can start your studies at one of five points during the year and complete this master’s degree in as few as two years.

Designed for working adults, the Master’s in Information Technology Management program offers flexibility. Individuals who take one class every nine-week term without interruption will complete the program in approximately 30 months or 2 1/2 years. Individuals taking more than one class per term will finish sooner. The program can be completed in as little as 18 months for individuals taking two classes every nine weeks without interruption.

Choose Webster for a Master's Degree in Information Technology Management

Study Right Where You Are

In addition to online courses, you can take your master’s degree in Information Technology Management classes at our St. Louis campus or other select U.S. campuses, including military bases.

Connect with Diverse Professionals

Meet information technology professionals seeking management skills as well as varied industry professionals, from nursing to engineering, who desire to learn IT — connections you can carry into your future.

Learn Tomorrow’s Technologies

At Webster, we continuously incorporate the latest technology — from what’s new in social media and mobile devices to artificial intelligence and robotics — into your IT master’s degree coursework.

Earn Credits to Qualify for the PMP Exam

Take specific courses and fulfill a set number of credit hours to join the Project Management Institute. You’ll also qualify to sit for the Project Management Professional® exam for the opportunity to earn valuable certification.

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Earn an ACBSP-Accredited Degree

 

The George H. Walker School of Business & Technology is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) for the MA in Information Technology Management. ACBSP is dedicated to improving the quality of business schools and programs around the world, and ultimately to improving the practice of business in every industry around the world.

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Dual Degree Options

Find Out More About Our Dual Degree Option: MBA/MA in Information Technology Management

On completion of all required credit hours, two separate diplomas are issued at the same time.

MBA/MA in Information Technology Management

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[Music begins and continues through the entire video.]

Text on screen: WEBSTER UNIVERSITY PROGRAM SPOTLIGHT: Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Text on screen: Steve Hinson, MBA Program Director

[Footage of Steve Hinson being interviewed.]

Steve Hinson

The whole curriculum is about value creation, even beginning from the very first course, which is titled Value Creation.

Text on screen: VALUE CREATION

Every course needs to point toward the same goal.

[Lengthy montage of photos with various students learning.]

The marketing class you take, that's all about creating value for customers. In finance, we're talking about how we create value for shareholders, how we measure value. In the capstone, we're looking at how we measure value more broadly, how is it affecting workers, the environment, and of course, how is it affecting the bottom line?

[Another montage, but with unique stock photos intertwined with pieces of Steve Hinson’s interview.]

For a classic MBA program, what you – what you typically find, the courses were very siloed. The finance class really has nothing to do with your marketing class or your work behavior class. And then it's really up to the student after they finish the MBA program to try to integrate this knowledge and figure out how all these pieces fit together.

Having this thematic approach to the program makes the program a lot more coherent.

Text on screen: One global MBA program, MULTIPLE MODALITIES

[Images depicting logging into Webster’s Connections or scrolling Webster’s website on various platforms such as on a laptop or a smart phone.]

We've actually developed all of the course content upfront, so every student is interacting with that online content, and Webster University, no matter what the modality.

[A third montage of students studying in different locations mixed with more sections of Steve Hinson’s interview shot.]

We offer the MBA program in three modalities now. We offer the traditional on ground.

Text on screen: 1. In Person

We offer classes by Zoom, what we call WebNet+. And then we offer fully online classes, which are completely asynchronous classes.

Text on screen: 3. Fully Online

[Another montage of students learning, studying or talking and professors teaching with Steve Hinson’s interview in between shots.]

Regardless of the modality you choose at Webster University, everyone shares the same course content. We've got this really robust platform. We designed it very carefully with the instructional designers. It's very accessible. Go online, you learn it, engage with it, and then come to class, let’s talk about it.

Text on screen: A diverse network of PRACTITIONER FACULTY

Really, what class is about, is the three Cs. We are coming for clarification, for context and for collaboration.

Text on screen: clarification, context, collaboration

Our faculty add context, helping students understand the applicability of the knowledge. The instructor is a subject matter expert. We'll make it make sense, but hopefully we can get passed that pretty quickly because the real value to you is that we provide the context:

How does this apply to my job? How does this apply to what I'm reading? How does this apply to companies I know and experiences as both consumer or as an employee? Really understand how this applies in the real world, so that how it applies for you.

Text on screen: An innovative approach to BUSINESS EDUCATION

[The photos and interview shot montage continues.]

What a business does is it takes existing resources and combines them to create something of greater value. We’re creating value for our customers, creating value for owners and we're creating value for all the other relevant stakeholders.

And everything always points toward that singular purpose. If you're interested in getting an MBA, you're trying to figure out how can I gain a lot of experience and a lot of knowledge very quickly so that I can speed up my career trajectory.

All the courses are really focused on how does business and the activities of business all coordinate with each other synergistically to create value for all of these relevant stakeholders so that no matter where you are in the organization, we want you to be able to see: Okay, how do I fit in? Why do I exist? What it is that I'm trying to accomplish? What are we trying to accomplish together?

[Music swells as the montage ends. The background changes to blue with several photos of Webster University buildings, and a layer of the ACBSP logo on top.]

Text on screen: Proudly accredited by ACBSP, Global Business Accreditation

Text on screen: LEARN MORE AT WEBSTER.EDU

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Or choose an MBA with an Emphasis in Information Technology Management

MBA/Emphasis in Information Technology Management

What Can You Do with a Master’s in Information Technology Management?

With challenges related to big data, the Internet of Things (IoT) and cybersecurity, organizations must have educated and skilled information technology managers. It’s why the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics expects the demand for these roles to increase 11% over the next decade.

Our track record speaks for itself: nearly 90% of Webster graduates were fully employed following completion of the master’s degree in Information Technology Management. IT professionals are necessary in any setting, from education to health care to business to military and beyond, helping broaden your opportunities.

Master’s in Information Technology Management Salary

With so many career possibilities awaiting you with an IT master’s degree, your salary will depend not only on your industry but also your location. However, a look at 2021 figures from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that the median salaries for IT managers across the top industries rise as high as $160,000, demonstrating your potential with this Webster degree.

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