This specialization focuses on information technology as the primary driver of business strategy.
Coursework focuses on the strategic, technological, financial and organizational issues involved with the effective management of information technology within an enterprise.
Common Body of Knowledge (CBK)
If you do not have an AACSB accredited undergraduate or graduate degree in business, you are required to complete at least 12 credit hours in addition to the 30 credits of required and elective courses. These courses provide a general business foundation upon which your graduate information systems degree will be built.
Choose four of the following courses:
- Data Analysis for Managers, BUSN6530
- Analyzing and Interpreting Accounting Information, BUSN6550
- Marketing Management, BUSN6560
- Management of Operations, BUSN6630
- Financial Management, BUSN6640
- Business Process Management, ISMG6040
- Information Systems Management and Strategy, ISMG6180
Choose six of the following:
- Database Management Systems, ISMG6080
- Internet and Mobile Technologies, ISMG6120
- Business Intelligence Systems, ISMG6220
- IT Governance and Service Management, ISMG6830
- Information Systems Security and Privacy, ISMG6430
- IT Project Management, ISMG6450
- Emerging Technologies, ISMG6460
You need to complete an additional 6 credit hours by completing both:
- An elective course from an ISMG graduate courses OR an Internship
- A free elective selected from any graduate course offered by the Business School, except BUSN courses numbered below 6800
Add a Geographic Information Systems (GIS) option
You can add a GIS option to your Enterprise Technology Management specialization to earn a certificate in GIS from the College of Engineering and Applied Science. The GIS option addresses how map representations can be abstracted in geo-databases to develop intelligent GIS systems. Find out more
Please see the course catalog for course descriptions.