The University’s general degree requirements are discussed here.
The M.S. degree in ITM requires a minimum of 36 credit hours, consisting of basic business courses, IT foundation courses, area concentration courses, and electives. The business core courses are designed to provide incoming students with the context to better appreciate and understand the complex issues that occur at the interface between IT and business. The IT foundation courses cover the essentials of IT knowledge that any student must posses before branching out into one of the three concentrations. The concentrations provide in-depth knowledge of the technology and technology management issues in each area. In addition, students may choose approved electives that maximize their individual educational and professional goals.
Students must maintain a 3.0 grade point average in both core courses and in aggregate courses to qualify for the M.S. degree.
AIM 6201 Financial Accounting
AIM 6202 Managerial Accounting
FIN 6301 Financial Management
MECO 6303 Business Economics
MKT 6301 Marketing Management
OPRE 6301 Quantitative Introduction to Risk and Uncertainty in Business
OPRE 6302 Operations Management
MIS 6316 Telecommunications
MIS 6323 Object Oriented Systems
MIS 6326 Database Management Systems
MIS 6308 Systems Analysis and Project Management
MIS 6360 Software Engineering Economics
MIS 6358 Distributed Computing Architectures and Middleware Technologies
MIS 6355 Information Technologies for E-Business
MIS 6330 Information Technology Security and Audit
MIS 6302 Strategic Impact of Information Technology
MIS 6325 Advanced Telecommunications
MIS 6327 Analysis and Design of Telecommunication Networks
MIS 6329 Contemporary Issues in Telecommunications
A list of approved electives is available from Advising. Any course from another concentration area in the ITM degree may be used as an approved elective. Also any course from the set of business background courses may be used as an approved elective.