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Applied IT Project Management
This area of specialization within the MS in Applied Technology program is designed to advance the capabilities of working professionals to fill the growing need for IT project managers. The combination of coursework, liberal learning seminars, and independent workplace-based projects advance students’ technological, organizational, and personal capacities to lead and manage IT project teams. Students focus on developing and leveraging knowledge and skills in project and risk management, investment financial analysis, organizational and ethical decision-making, and technologies to promote both collaboration and management controls. These and other capabilities reflect the skills to build leadership practices that enable quality work.
|PM/IS 430||FUNDAMENTALS OF IT PROJECT MANAGEMENT||4|
|PM/IS 556||ENTERPRISE PROJECT MANAGEMENT||4|
|MGT 500||MANAGING FOR EFFECTIVE AND ETHICAL ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR||4|
|or IS 500|| INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY LEADERSHIP|
|PM/IS 440||COLLABORATIVE TECHNOLOGIES FOR LEADING PROJECTS||4|
|PM/IS 535||INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INVESTMENT FINANCIAL ANALYSIS||4|
|PM/IS 570||ENTERPRISE SYSTEM IMPLEMENTATION||4|
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