Within the Zeigler College of Business, the MS in IT program empowers you to leverage technology to achieve management objectives, identify business opportunities and solve business problems.
In this accelerated program, you’ll be equipped with the skills needed to integrate and innovate rapidly evolving global information technology within a business environment and gain an edge in this lucrative and growing field.
Accelerated, 6-week courses for working professionals; non-traditional learners
30 credit hours: Complete in less than 1 year or work at your own pace
Application does not require GRE/GMAT test
If I can do this as a mature, adult learner, working full time, while starting down a totally different career path, so can you! All of my professors were wonderful. They genuinely cared about me and made sure I had the tools I needed to be successful. I felt supported and knew if I needed anything, there were people and resources always available to help and guide me. ~ Theresa Bressi '20M
Courses and Curriculum
Required Core Courses - 21 credits
ITM 510 Business Application Development and Evaluation
ITM 512 Web & Mobile Development for Business ITM 522 Data Science for Business ITM 530 Enterprise Networks Architectures, Platforms and Security ITM 570 Managing Innovation and Projects ITM 590 Strategic Information Technology Management ITM 592 Data Management for Business Intelligence
Elective Specialty Courses - 6 credits
Select any two (2) MGMT 515 Principled Leadership, Ethics, & Professional Development MGMT 567 Managing People in Organizations ITM 550 E-Business Technologies for the Global World ITM 598 Special Topics in IT BUSED 521 Business Research INSTECH 548 Learning Analytics
Thesis/Capstone Experience - 3 credits
ITM 594IT Practicum
The Husky Difference
Expected Job Growth
in IT-related fields nationally through 2026
Many top, global corporations only recruit from AACSB-accredited schools. Those grads are offered better, more competitive salaries.
Median IT Salary
According to U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Regionally and across the nation, the need for highly trained Information Technology professionals is vast and growing daily. Our graduates are prepared to advance their careers in: analytics and business intelligence, big data, cybersecurity, software engineering, IT project management, cloud computing, block chain, health informatics, innovation and other rapidly growing IT fields.