Lubar Graduate Students
MS Information Technology Management
The Information Technology Management program is an advanced masters program designed to attract practicing IT professionals. The curriculum provides flexibility to tailor study to individual needs and aims to prepare students to tackle pressing organizational problems using cutting edge technology and approaches.

Students seeking a more technical focus may choose courses on intelligent systems, artificial intelligence, knowledge-based systems, simulation and modeling, groupware, data mining and data warehousing, among others.

Students expecting to work more closely with managers and users may tailor their program through topics such as information systems strategy, behavioral aspects of information systems, end-user development, and planning for information technology adoption and diffusion.

CoursesCore Courses (15 credits)Bus Adm 744 Information Technology Strategy & Management

Bus Adm 747 Service-Oriented Analysis and Design
Bus Adm 748 Managing Information Technology Projects*
Bus Adm 749 Advanced Data and Information Management
Bus Adm 810 - Development of Web-Based Solutions
*designated integrating course

Elective Courses (15 credits)Bus Adm 741 Web Mining and Analytics
Bus Adm 743 Information Privacy, Security & Continuity
Bus Adm 746 Topics in Management Information Systems
Bus Adm 811 Process and Work-Flow Management
Bus Adm 812 Emerging Information Technologies for Business
Bus Adm 814 Enterprise Knowledge & Semantic Management
Bus Adm 816 Business Intelligence Technologies & Solutions
Bus Adm 817 Infrastructure for Information Systems
Bus Adm 818 Information Systems Practicum
Bus Adm 819 Information Technology Management Internship
Bus Mgmt 732 Enterprise Resource Planning
Bus Mgmt 733 Enterprise Simulation Game

Total Degree Credits Required: 30 Credits

Foundation CoursesUndergraduate degree in Information Technology or related field OR minimum three years of information technology experience OR Bus Adm 335 Visual System Development. Foundation courses do not apply as credit for the degree.


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The UWM-Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business makes every effort to ensure that the information on this page is accurate and up-to-date. However, it is the student's responsibility to verify all program requirements with an academic advisor in Graduate Program Services.