The MS degree in Information Technology Management provides technology-savvy students like you with the competency and expertise needed to evaluate, structure, manage, and direct high-level IT processes within corporate, nonprofit, entrepreneurial, and government sectors.
Lindenwood University offers you the opportunity to earn a masters of science (MS) degree in Information Technology Management. This program accepts students who have already earned an undergraduate degree in information technology, computer science, computer information systems, management information systems, or a post-bachelor's certificate in information technology. If the student does not have one of these degree, the program will also accept a Bachelor’s degree in any field and equivalent work experience or particular certifications that are in accordance with Lindenwood University’s admissions standards.
To ensure academic success, you will work with a faculty advisor to determine an appropriate sequence of courses. Other professional academic resources, including career services and free on-campus and online tutoring, are available. Our admissions counselors can help you navigate the financial aid options that are available to you as a Lindenwood University student.
Master of Science in Information Technology Management Faculty
Courses are taught by knowledgeable professionals who have worked in the IT field for years, and they share that insight with their classes. Class sizes are purposely kept small to encourage discussion and allow you and your fellow students to make valuable contacts in the IT field.
Earning a Master of Science in Information Technology Management Degree at Lindenwood University
Classes are held at multiple convenient locations throughout the St. Louis area. Your commute will be short, because the class should be close to home or near your workplace. With classes on an expedited schedule, you will be able to earn your degree while working and fulfilling your other responsibilities.
What Can I Do with a Master of Science in Information Technology Management Degree?
This degree can help students who have experience or already have a position as an informational technology specialist, networking and database developer, software engineer, or computer systems analyst. Managing information technology can encompass many job titles and roles. For more information on career paths that focus on managing information technology, consult the Occupational Outlook Handbook at the Bureau of Labor Statistics.