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Information Technology Management

Master of Science

Develop your technical management skills. 

In an era when a streamlined information technology system is critical to the productivity of workplaces and organizations, companies rely on leaders who understand the impact of technology and make the most of technology for improvement of local and global societies.

The Master of Science degree in Information Technology Management (ITM) program is designed for leaders, programmers, developers, engineers and other tech professionals who aspire to lead technical teams.

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Program Snapshot

Program Format
Online
8-week terms

Credits for Completion
36 credit hours

Cost of Tuition
$845 per credit hour

Sample Information Technology Management Classes

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MSCI 600: Strategic Information Technology

Explore the evolution of information technology from an enabling tool to a competitive business strategy.

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MSCI 680: IT Project Management

Investigate prevalent project management approaches such as Agile and Scrum and how blended best practices may support project success.

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MSCI 685: Emerging Technologies

Covers the impact that emerging technologies, products and organizational structures with innovatinve management have on an organization.

Program Details

Get all the details on our M.S. Information Technology Management program, including course requirements and application materials. 

Information Technology Management Career Paths

IT Project Manager

Information technology project managers oversee technology projects of a company or organization and are expected to be informed on how much the project will cost and how long it will take. IT Project Managers should have good time management and budgeting skills as well as be capable of building a team that is reliable and hardworking.


Director of IT

Directors of information technology are responsible for managing the technological framework of a company or organization. In addition to overseeing the technological framework, directors of information technology should expect to lead a group of IT staff and troubleshoot all IT systems within an organization.


Database Manager

Database managers are in charge of a company or organization's data storage and retrieval system. Additional responsibilities include minimizing the amount of data lost, curating disaster plans if data is lost and updating all databases.


Enterprise Systems Manager

Enterprise systems managers are responsible for managing a company or organization's computer and information systems. Enterprise systems managers should also expect to manage a group of IT workers and make sure that the company or organization is reaching its technology goals and needs.


Chief Technology Officer (CTO)

The primary responsibility of a chief technology officer is to make all technology decisions for a company or organization. Responsibilities of a chief technology officer usually include writing with the technology mission, finding ways to best utilize technology for the company and making sure that the company's technology needs are being met.


Business Technology Analyst

Business technology analysts create partnerships with businesses or organizations to help with the integration of technology. In addition to technology integration, Business technology analysts should expect to look at a business's or organization's pre-existing IT systems and make sure that the company is meeting their technology needs.


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Not quite ready for the full degree?

Start with a certificate in Agile Technologies and see what you think.

Classes taken as part of the Agile Technologies graduate certificate can be applied toward the Agile Technologies specialization within the master’s degree in Information Technology Management, so you can decide to keep going without skipping a beat.

How to Apply

To apply to the M.S. Information Technology Management program, you will need: 

  • Completed online application
  • Official degree-bearing transcript
  • Resume
  • Essay
  • Relevant work experience or bachelor's degree

The first step in the application process is to contact an admissions counselor, who can evaluate your prior learning credit, provide information regarding financial aid and tuition assistance and help you through the entire application process. 

Tuition and Fees

Program tuition: $845 per credit hour
Total program credits: 36
Fees: $75 technology fee per course

Curious about financial aid options? Regis also offers a variety of scholarships, grants and other programs to help you pay for school. Visit Financial Aid for more information.

Rolling Admissions

Applications are accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis. It is recommended you apply to this program at least 4 weeks prior to your desired start date.

Starts are offered in January, March, May, July, August and October. Students wishing to take classes as part of the on-campus cohort begin the program in August.

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