MBA Master of Business Administration Information Technology Management specialization
With the expanded use of information technology in all facets of global organizations, skilled professionals who possess both information technology and business expertise are in high demand. This online Master's program in Information Technology Management helps you develop skills to enhance business competitiveness by leveraging information technology, assessing the impact of technology advances on business, and interacting effectively with executive management as a strategic business partner. You'll also explore various leadership styles and learn to evaluate and select the most appropriate style for managing various IT functions, projects and staff to deliver the intended value of IT to the organization.
To help you build a solid foundation of business knowledge and high level skills, our online MBA program offers:
- Integrated business disciplines to prepare you to excel in a cross-functional business environment.
- Simulation and a personalized capstone project that allows you to blend knowledge gained throughout the program and apply it to a project meaningful to your career
- MBA Central, your gateway to program news and resources, current business information, events, networking and exchanges with experts, faculty and peers
- Mobile access supports learning that fits into your busy lifestyle
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With your Master's in Information Technology Management from Capella, you'll learn how to apply knowledge of information technology concepts and practices within organizations to affect positive change. You'll also learn and understand how to manage the end-to-end process of aligning IT with organizational goals and objectives. Discover specifically what you'll learn — and how you can apply it.
Common jobs with an online program in information technology management include chief information officer, chief technology officer, information technology auditor, information technology manager/director, sourcing manager or technology manager. Potential workplaces include banking/finance, global technology firm, information technology company, insurance firm or software company.
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