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Master of Science in Information Technology Management

Brandeis University



The online Master of Science in Information Technology Management degree from Brandeis University has been created to be a flexible online option for those individuals who are looking to develop the skills that are needed for utilizing to collecting, manipulating and processing, storing and retrieving, communicating and disseminating information relevant to an endeavor.

As a student in this online information technology, individuals will gain the knowledge that is needed for determining the strategic and operational capabilities of any business or organization in order to maximize productivity and profitability.

The focus of this online information technology program is to aid its student in preparing to:

  • Develop and lead teams of technical people toward the achievement of established goals, and manage the development of their product.
  • Identify ways in which technology can be applied to solve both existing and new or anticipated problems.
  • Leverage technology to realize strategic management goals and opportunities.
  • Assure the quality of information as well as its value to those who will ultimately use it for decision making.
  • Think, write and speak cogently and persuasively about ongoing or anticipated work with colleagues, end-users and corporate leadership, and listen carefully to feedback.

Through a combination of technological and managerial components, this online information technology degree program will aid students in learning to effectively with the complexity and variety of issues involved in applying information technology successfully within any business or organization.

The program prepares students for knowledgeable and contextual leadership in information technology and covers foundational concepts across multiple facets: information technology, project management, leadership, communication, operational strategy, and organizational strategy.

Accreditation Information

New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education

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