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The MS in Management: Information Technology program is designed to provide you with an overview of computer systems and practices as well as provide you with general management theories. Read more about this Kaplan University IT program here.
This Kaplan University online degree program is designed to develop technically-savvy managers who understand how information technologies affect the larger business organization. The MS in Management: Information Technology curriculum is intended to teach students foundational skills in computer systems programming and development. In addition to basic IT training, students have the chance to examine personnel, resource, and fiscal administration practices. Other topics to be covered include data collection and analysis, action planning, organizational behavior, workplace diversity, employee recruiting, and workforce training. Students have the opportunity to learn through field-specific projects, case studies, and individualized learning plans.
You may have professional work experience as a manager or IT worker and seek a degree to strengthen your existing qualifications. You may also enjoy working with computers and keep up to date with technological trends. Applicants to Kaplan University's programs should have a high school diploma or GED and be a citizen or permanent resident of the U.S. Since the program is offered online, applicants should have access to a computer.
This program requires the completion of 56 credits: 40 core and 16 specialization area units. Courses are intended to develop your strategizing, problem-solving, and professional communication skills.
Management Core Requirements
Information Technology Specialization Requirements
After completing Kaplan University's MS in Management: Information Technology program, you could go on to work in public or private sectors. You could seek opportunities with government agencies, businesses, colleges, or retail corporations. Tasks that you could undertake might include business analysis, budgeting, project coordination, or team building.
Examples of positions that you could seek to pursue include, but are not limited to:
* Kaplan University's programs are designed to prepare graduates to pursue employment in their field of study, or in related fields. However, the University does not guarantee that graduates will be placed in any particular job or employed at all.