Lindenwood University’s Master of Science in Information Technology Management program teaches you how to meet the technological and business needs of an organization. This highly industry-driven program provides the knowledge needed to manage, evaluate, and structure IT processes. You will be prepared to work in a corporate, government, entrepreneurial, or non-profit setting.
The masters of science (MS) degree in Information Technology Management can be completed in as little as 18 months. Courses are offered in an 8-week fully online, hybrid, or on-campus format.
This program accepts students who have already earned an undergraduate degree in cybersecurity, 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 degrees, 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 an 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.
The Information Technology Management (MS) is offered in traditional, hybrid, and online formats.
Lindenwood University Faculty
The Information Technology Management faculty are professionals with extensive experience in the industry. They are easily accessible and willing to help you achieve your goals by sharing their real-world experience with you.
Earning a Master of Science in Information Technology Management Degree at Lindenwood University
Earning a M.S. in Information Technology Management at Lindenwood University requires 36 credit hours. While in this program, you will experience and learn about a wide variety of subjects within the information technology realm. Courses and subjects are industry-driven, relevant topics that are important to your success. Key topics include: management of IT professionals, IT governance, big data analytics, deploying business blockchain technology, new technology integration, enterprise resource planning, and more.
You will also be required to take an Information Technology Management Capstone course that will tie together the components and concepts you will learn throughout your experience in the degree program.
What Can I Do with a Master of Science in Information Technology Management Degree?
Based on the most recent statistics available from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the median salary for Computer and Information System Managers is $151,150/year. 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.