MA in Information Technology Management

Advance in today’s technology-driven world

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Hybrid
Online and On-Campus
2 Years
Time to Completion
$700
Cost Per Credit Hour
36
Credit Hours Required

Lead the latest in IT

Gain both the tech and management know-how to succeed in the high-demand IT field with Webster’s MA in Information Technology Management, accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). Earn your degree part-time in just two years.

Upon graduation, you will be prepared to:

Tech meets management

A program built for future technology leaders

Webster’s MA in Information Technology Management is designed to educate the next generation of information technology managers. Graduate prepared to lead IT professionals such as software engineers and programmers, computer systems analysts and computer support specialists.

Focus on emerging technologies

Webster’s MA in Information Technology Management focuses on the latest developments in technology and the management of both IT systems and working professionals in the field.

Classes

You must complete 36 hours to graduate with your MA in Information Technology Management.

Your course list

The 36 credit hours required for the MA must include the following courses:

  • Basic Finance for Managers
  • Final Project in Information Technology Management
  • Information and Communications Security
  • Information and Communications Systems and Networks
  • Information Technology Management: Overview
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Procurement and Contract Management for Information Technology
  • Project Management of Information Technology
  • Systems Analysis, Design and Implementation

In addition, the student chooses 9 hours of electives, to include Issues in Information Technology Management or other graduate elective courses offered in the program curricula of the George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology majors.

Flexibility to fit your life

Finish this program in just two years through a combination of online and on-campus classes at numerous campus locations across the country. Plus, no previous classes, experience or GRE required. Classes for this program are available at the following campuses:

Explore Your Options

Career opportunities abound

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, overall employment of computer and information systems managers is projected to grow at least 11% from 2020 to 2030. Roughly 90% of students who completed an Information Technology Management degree in 2017 were fully employed after graduation. Graduate with your MA in Information Technology Management prepared for positions like:

Database Administrator

$98,860

Average annual salary (National, May 2020)

Management Analyst

$110,140

Average annual salary (National, 2020)

Computer Network Architect

$98,860

Average annual salary (National, 2020)

Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

Tell Us About Your Career Goals

Fulfill your personal and professional goals

Support every step of the way

Webster is committed to your success, and you'll never be alone as you pursue your MA in Information Technology Management.

A nationally recognized, quality education

Earn your ACBSP-accredited MA in Information Technology Management from Webster, a private, non-profit university accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) and ranked #16 in U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Colleges” list in the Midwest Regional University category.

Learn from Fortune 500-experienced faculty

Collaborate with faculty members who practice in the field. They serve as mentors eager to support your career goals and connect you to opportunities.

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