An Information Technology Management (ITM) concentration can prepare you for a variety of careers. Many students who have completed the ITM concentration are hired to work as analysts in companies or consulting firms. Others pursue a more typical IT career as programmers or database professionals. Some others become tech entrepreneurs. While the various IT job types have a core set of knowledge and skills, each job type also has specialized knowledge and skills. The concentration requirements are designed to provide both core and specialized knowledge and skill sets. The courses for the ITM concentration are divided into four groups: Creator, Designer, Analyst, and Entrepreneur. To satisfy the requirements for the ITM concentration, students need to take a total of SIXTEEN (16) CREDITS. FOUR (4) of these credits MUST be from the Creator. The other TWELVE (12) may be selected from any combination of the four groups. Please note that some of the courses are 2 credits while others are 4 credits. Students are guided in their elective selections by identifying a career interest, which more or less corresponds to one IT job type or position.
Sponsored by: Operations and Information Management Division
Faculty Contacts: Donna Stoddard and G. Shankar
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- 4 credits from the CREATOR group.
Electives (choose three)
- Select any combination of 12 credits from CREATOR, DESIGNER, ANALYST, and/or ENTREPRENEUR.