The information technology management major combines aspects of business and computer science — creating a rewarding career where you’ll become a leader and innovator. You’ll build a strong foundation in productivity applications, software development, web design and development, and project management while learning how to impact business operations by utilizing technology from behind the scenes.
Information technology management students have the opportunity to explore an independent study in computer science, meaning you’ll get to dive into the subject of your choice with individual guidance from professors.
Organizations need project managers who can act as liaisons between business stakeholders and technical teams to ensure successful IT projects. They fill this role by developing budgets, identifying resources, building teams, and overseeing development and implementation.
An IT director is responsible for the management, strategy and execution of IT infrastructure for an organization. They oversee technical projects in alignment with organizational goals, supervise a team of employees and work closely with management.
Software developers design, test and develop software to meet user needs, recommend software upgrades for existing programs and systems, design each piece of an application or system and plan how the pieces will work together.
Computer systems analysts evaluate the technology needs of an organization based on its size, function and business goals. They identify gaps in technology solutions and find opportunities to optimize the organization’s current IT infrastructure.
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