Master of Science in Information Technology Management

Build the bridge between information and business by learning to design, build, and manage IT infrastructures.

Students in this Master of Science in Information Technology Management (MSITM) program will learn to develop the skills needed to design, build, and manage IT infrastructures, along with career skills such as project management, software design, database management, cyber security administration, problem solving, collaboration, and critical thinking. The MSITM program combines a rigorous study of protocols and standards along with hands-on learning activities on state-of-the-art devices, students develop both theoretical and practical skills to help them fill the growing need for Information Technology Management professionals around the world.

Program Learning Outcomes

  • Create software and IT project plans.
  • Analyze project plans using software development life cycle (SDLC) and apply them to software and IT projects.
  • Integrate local and remote servers, workstation computers and databases with proper user authentication to preserve user privacy and confidentiality.
  • Administer wired and wireless networking environments.
  • Design IT infrastructures using concepts of best practices in information technology management and security to enterprise processes.
  • Evaluate an integrated system that involves computer applications to satisfy specific business processes.
  • Manage IT projects using written and oral communication skills in collaborative environments by participating on teams that address solutions for IT management challenges.


To obtain the Master of Science in Information Technology Management, students must complete 54 graduate units. A total of 13.5 quarter units of graduate credit may be granted for equivalent graduate work completed at another regionally accredited institution, as it applies to this degree, and provided the units were not used in earning another advanced degree. Please refer to the graduate admissions requirements for specific information regarding application and evaluation. The degree program consists of ten courses plus a two-part graduate project that cannot be taken until all other coure courses have been completed or by approval of the lead faculty.
Requirements for the Major (12 courses; 54 quarter units)
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