Lubar Graduate Students
Information Technology Management
This track has a dual focus. It prepares students for liaison roles between information systems and functional areas. It is also designed for students seeking to pursue careers as business analysts in functional areas. The track develops skills in several areas, based on intended placement. For business analysts it offers design, technical development, and programming skills. For the IT liaison, it emphasizes managerial and overview IT knowledge. The track is not intended to prepare students for careers in IT.



MIS Concepts and Languages

Web Mining and Analytics

Information Privacy, Security & Continuity

Information Technology Strategy & Management

Topics in Information Technology Management (subtitle)

Service-Oriented Analysis and Design

Managing Information Technology Projects

Advanced Data and Information Management

Development of Web-Based Solutions

Process and Work-Flow Management

Emerging Information Technologies for Business

Enterprise Knowledge & Semantic Management

Business Intelligence Technologies & Solutions

Infrastructure for Information Systems

Enterprise Resource Planning

Enterprise Simulation Game




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