With Broadview University’s MS in Management – Information Technology (IT) emphasis, you will gain the educational background you need to advance your IT career. This fully online master’s degree program can be completed one class at a time—or take classes full time, year-round, and complete it in as little as 18 months. Our strong work credit and transfer credit programs* may even help you complete your degree faster and at a lower overall cost. Broadview is nationally accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS), so your master’s degree will have value in the real world.
This specialized master’s degree will give you the insight, knowledge and skills you need for the hottest IT management careers in the global marketplace, including IT personnel management and information systems and security. With 40+ years in the local community, Broadview has connections that can lead you to your next career.
You will learn all about information technology from industry-experienced faculty members. Your courses will cover case studies and the practical application of processes and systems. You can apply what you are learning to your current position—even before you earn your master’s degree.
This course reviews accountability issues related to control and security of data and information management systems. Students examine contemporary case studies in ethical management of knowledge and decision making systems and analyze outcomes and effects of those systems on the organizations and the public. Finally, students present implications of their analyses.
Students assess and study development of effective information systems. They then map applications of information management systems for their organizations and departments/units. The mapping includes outlining organizational needs, relationships of IT departments within the organization and organizational frameworks, processes for prioritizing service and system implementation.
Students examine project management case studies and implement models that maximize project outcomes, basing selection of strategies on project scope and control, estimates, schedules, and costs. They then develop reports that address project assessment, enhanced revision and replanning.
MS in Management Emphasis
Required baccalaureate degree and major
|Information Technology||Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology (IT), Computer Science, IT Engineering, or relevant technical/professional IT discipline|
|Bachelor of Arts or other baccalaureate degrees in relevant disciplines may be considered equivalent based on evaluation by, and approval of, academic services department personnel|
Upon receipt of the documents listed above, the program administrator (or designee) will conduct an interview to determine your acceptance into the program. The program administrator (or designee) will complete a Student Evaluation Form as an objective assessment to determine whether you will be accepted into the MS in
Management program. You must receive at least the minimum score on the Student Evaluation Form. A copy of this form is available from the admissions department staff.
Based on individual circumstances, the program administrator may grant conditional acceptance to the MS in Management program. Any student admitted conditionally will need to meet all conditions prior to the last day of the student’s first quarter in the program. If the student does not meet the conditions prior to the last day of the first quarter, the student will be withdrawn from the program. Candidates seeking entrance into our master’s programs may not apply more than once per quarter.
*Please see the Broadview University course catalog for details regarding our Transfer of Credit, Prior Learning Assessment, and Professional Work Experience policies.Request More Information