Online Master's Degree in Information Technology Management

STAY COMPETITIVE IN THE TECH FIELD.

If you’re interested in pursuing a career managing information in the technology field, our Master of Information Technology Management degree program at DeVry University’s Keller Graduate School of Management can help you prepare. This program is designed for those who want to advance their knowledge of information systems and network technologies while evaluating technology applications in organizations.

Get to Know Our Master's Degree in Information Technology Management.

Our Master’s in Information Technology Management program will help you gain skills in management and technical knowledge of information systems and networking technologies. You will learn how to apply this knowledge in real-world situations and to recognize opportunities where technology can provide a strategic benefit to businesses.

Customize your coursework by choosing between two program emphases:

Data Administration and Management Emphasis
Learn techniques to develop and manage policies and procedures to prevent system failures as data volumes grow.

Information Security Emphasis
Prepare to manage the safeguarding of sensitive information through controlled information access.

Classes Start Every 8 Weeks


Availability

Master's Advantage: Put your Degree to work sooner! 3 fewer courses and 6 fewer months equals over $6800 in savings

Master's Advantage

If you’ve earned an undergraduate degree in technology, you may be eligible to waive up to three courses. We call this our Master’s Advantage. With these course waivers1, you can take fewer courses and put your master’s degree to work for you even sooner.

What You'll Learn

The Master's in Information Technology Management program at DeVry University's Keller Graduate School of Management covers the following:

  • Data Privacy and Security
    Explore the legal, ethical and security issues involving data and information assets that organizations must address to ensure operational continuity, as well as compliance with standards, policies and laws.
  • Business, Technical and Management Skills for IS Managers
    Develop and apply management and business skills in typical technical environments. Understand the principles involved in infrastructure, security and resource allocation.
  • Database Management
    Learn a variety of database management concepts, including internal and cloud-based information retrieval and storage, capacity planning, database management system (DBMS) architecture, performance tuning, backup, recovery and disaster planning, archiving, reorganization and defragmentation.
  • Analyze Data or Information
    Identify underlying principles, reasons or facts and break down information or data into separate parts.
  • Strategic Use of Information Systems
    Learn to identify opportunities to use information systems to strategically and competitively benefit an organization.

2-in-1

Earn an extra credential with our unique 2-in-1 design. All courses in our Information Security graduate certificate are embedded within this program if you choose the Information Security emphasis. So you can earn a graduate certificate on the way to your master’s2.


20% Alumni Tuition Savings

DeVry University alumni are eligible for 20% tuition savings when they continue their professional education with Keller Graduate School of Management.

Career Opportunities

Graduates of our Master’s in Information Technology Management program at DeVry University’s Keller Graduate School of Management may consider, but are not limited to, the following careers:

  • Computer and Information Systems Manager

  • Data Communications Analyst

  • Database Manager

  • Information Security Analyst

Option 1: Data Administration and Management Emphasis

Program-Specific Courses

MIS561 Database Administration and Management
MIS562 Database Programming and Applications
MIS563 Business Intelligence Systems
MIS564 Enterprise Data Management and Administration

Core Degree Courses

MIS5253 Essentials of Information Systems and Programming
NETW583 Strategic Management of Technology
MIS581 Systems Analysis, Planning and Control
MIS5823 Database Concepts
MIS589 Networking Concepts and Applications
SEC5713 Principles of Information Security and Privacy

General Education Coursework

MGMT5013 Organizational Structures and Business Processes
MIS5403 Innovation through Technology

Capstone

MIS601 MITM Capstone

Option 2: Information Security Emphasis

Program-Specific Courses

SEC572 Network Security
SEC573 E-Business Security
SEC591 Disaster Recovery/Forensics and Security
SEC592 IT Governance

Core Degree Courses

MIS5253 Essentials of Information Systems and Programming
NETW583 Strategic Management of Technology
MIS581 Systems Analysis, Planning and Control
MIS5823 Database Concepts
MIS589 Networking Concepts and Applications
SEC5713 Principles of Information Security and Privacy

General Education Coursework

MGMT5013 Organizational Structures and Business Processes
MIS5403 Innovation through Technology

Capstone

MIS601 MITM Capstone

Academic Catalog

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Program Overview

Information Technology Management: Database Administration and Management

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Program Overview

Information Technology Management: Information Security

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Academic Catalog

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Program Overview

Information Technology Management: Database Administration and Management

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Program Overview

Information Technology Management: Information Security

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1Eligibility and application of course waivers varies based on the type of course waiver credit earned, the student’s enrolled location and/or the student’s state of residence.  For more information, please refer to the Course Waiver section of the Keller academic catalog.
2Program, course requirements and availability vary by location.
3Students may be eligible to waive up to nine credit hours of coursework upon review of their undergraduate degree. Course waiver availability varies by location.

All students enrolled in site-based programs will be required to take some coursework online and, for some programs and locations, a substantial portion of the program may be required to be completed online.