MS In INformation Technology and Management

Required Core courses

The UNCG MSITM Program is comprised of 30 credit hours. All courses are 3 credit hours each. You can enter in the Fall, Spring, or Summer term and work toward your degree year-round by also taking courses in the summer.

Core Courses – 4 Courses (12 Credit Hours)

  • ISM 671: Organizing Data for Analytics
  • ISM 672: App Design and Programming
  • ISM 673: Designing Secure Computer & IoT Networks for Business
  • ISM 678: Project Management for Dynamic Environment (Capstone)*

*Upon completion of ISM-678, students can apply for the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM), and after earning the minimum project management hours, students can also apply for the Project Management Professional (PMP).

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Elective and Concentration Options

The MSITM program features six elective courses (18 credit hours) for you to focus on your area of interest. Nine credit hours from a specific area are required to declare a particular concentration. Certificates can be completed in twelve credit hours.

Business Analytics

  • ISM 645: Principles of Predictive Analytics
  • ISM 646: Visualizing Data to Design Strategy
  • ISM 647:  Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Applications for Business

The business analytics curriculum is co-sponsored by SAS. Students benefit from access to SAS products and materials through Teradata University Network.

Cloud Computing and Security Analytics (New)

  • ISM-638: Cloud Computing & Security Analytics 
  • ISM-645: Principles of Predictive Analytics 
  • ISM-673: Designing Secure Computer and IoT Networks for Business

Cyber Security

  • ISM 665: Principles of Cyber Security
  • ISM 666: Blockchains and Cryptography
  • ISM 667: Global Cyber Threat Analysis

Generative AI For Business (New)

  • ISM-645: Principles of Predictive Analytics 
  • ISM-663: Deep Learning Applications for Business 
  • ISM-664: Generative AI for Business 

Supply Chain Analytics (New)

  • ISM 635:  Principles of Enterprise Resource Planning using SAP
  • SCM 650:  Principles of Supply Chain Management
  • SCM 651:  Analytics for Logistics and Distribution Management 

Supply Chain Management

  • SCM 650: Principles of Supply Chain Management
  • SCM 651: Analytics for Logistics and Distribution Management
  • SCM 652: Strategic Cost, Procurement, and Supply Chain Finance

Coincide your preparation for APICS’ CPIM or CSCP examinations with your graduate coursework and receive three hours of elective credit upon your successful completion of the examinations.

Other Electives

  • ISM 670: IT Driven Disruptive Innovation Management
  • ISM 677: Information Systems Management
  • ISM 696: Organizational Internship (1-3 credit hours)
  • ISM 698: Project in Information Technology

Sample Curriculum

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If you still have questions regarding our MS in Information Technology and Management program please reach out to our graduate recruitment team by phone or email. You may also schedule a time to meet with one of our recruiters or attend one of our upcoming information sessions.

Jennifer Chapman

Jennifer Kiger Chapman

Assistant Director of Graduate Recruitment
Phone: 336-334-4657
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Savannah Martin

Graduate Recruitment Specialist
Phone: 336-334-4657
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