The Management of Information Technology focuses on communications networks, project management, database management, information system management, design and systems analysis. Graduates can have careers in international corporate management, positions related to online commerce, system integration, computer security and digital business strategy. Graduates will be able to lead technical teams to reach set goals, effectively apply technology to solve business problems, leverage technology to complete set goal and be persuasive writers and communicators in the field of business.
Bircham University’s Information Technology program inspires the engineering principles of the information technology changing our economic and social systems. The program looks at the need arising from the influence that information technology has had on all professions. Subjects dealing with understanding of information science and engineering in addition to underlying high-performance computing and communications are appropriate for students from all disciplines today.
Subjects covered on this course include: Computer Technology, Operating Systems, Information Technology, Computer Science, Computer Networks, Internet Technology, Telecommunication Technologies, Technological Management, Network Systems Management, Software & Hardware Management, E-Commerce Solutions, Internet Ethics & Legal Issues, Management Information Systems and Management Information Technology.
The Information Technology module is available at Specialist, Expert, Bachelor's, Master's & Ph.D. (Doctoral) Degree levels.