Learning Objectives

When you graduate with a Masters of Science in Information Technology, you will be able to:

  • Effectively manage IT/IS projects, processes and professionals.
  • Evaluate and analyze the organizational, political, legal, ethical and global ramifications of managing information, technology and IT professionals.
  • Explain complex IT/IS concepts to non-IT/IS persons through effective communication in written, presentation and conversational formats.
  • Evaluate how technology contributes to the enterprise.
  • Assess and apply sound IT security management principles to safeguard organizational assets.
  • Contribute to and collaborate effectively in international team settings.
  • Evaluate business requirements and formulate technology solutions into efficient business processes.

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