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Information Technology Project Management

Information Technology Project Management

At the Mid Florida Technological Institute, we work with industry professionals to keep our business curriculum relevant helping you meet evolving market place demands. Taking a holistic approach our Master’s in Information Technology Project Management program includes courses in areas such as accounting, finance, marketing, and applied statistics to help our students graduate with the skills required to successfully implement new programs or enhance existing ones.

Earning your master's degree in Information Technology Project Management will enable you to successfully lead large projects and immensely grow your career advancement opportunities. You will gain advanced IT management skills while building expertise for project management certification. Your specialization courses can include project risk management, project procurement management, and advanced project methods, while your core IT courses give you the tools you need to take on leadership roles in today's technology-based work environments.

Our degree program can equip you with a broad range of competencies to meet the business, management and technical demands of this expanding field. Because our professors maintain a current, working knowledge of the latest professional developments, their expertise can help prepare you for a career in technology applications and alternatives. In addition, our degree program is designed to enable you to determine and implement your chosen company's goals in computer-related technologies.

Our Master's in Information Technology Management degree program can be enhanced with one of the following concentrations, with which you can tailor your learning to match your career interests and goals.

Through your coursework, you will learn how to;

  • Initiate, plan, track, and close projects
  • Manage the schedule of a complex project on time and within budget, solving conflicts as they arise
  • Perform quantitative analyses and manage risks involved in a complex project
  • Apply advanced knowledge in computer systems architecture
  • Analyze, design, and implement information systems
  • Plan projects, build teams, and create and modify effective control mechanisms

To learn how you can empower your future with a Master of Applied Sciences in Information Technology Project Management degree from the Mid Florida Technological Institute, request more information.

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