MS in Managing Information Technology
The Master of Science in Managing Information Technology will accept students who have undergraduate degrees in information technology, computer science, computer information systems, management information systems, the Post Bachelor’s Certificate in Information Technology, or equivalent work experience or professional certifications to be determined by Lindenwood University. It serves students by providing them with the background necessary to become effective IT managers.
LU IT students meet once per week from 6-10 p.m. to earn 9 credit hours per quarter. The LCIE Master of Science degree in Managing Information Technology provides a wide range of courses for students interested in the information technology. Classes are taught by experienced professionals in the various technologies. The student will work with a faculty advisor to determine an appropriate sequence of courses.
The Master of Science in Managing Information Technology requires:
Graduate Project Management Cluster
Graduate Managerial System Integration Cluster
Graduate Management Cluster
Electives (Choose 2)
Graduate Data Forensics and the Law Cluster
Graduate Information Security Management Cluster
Graduate Data Acquisition and Management Cluster
Graduate Virtualization Architecture Management Cluster
Contact IT Program Director Dr. Tom Cupples with any questions about our program:
Tom Cupples, EdD, CISSP