MSc. Information Technology Management produces multi-skilled managers who combine information technology and computing skills in order to ensure the effective deployment of information technology in their organization. MSc. Information Technology Management has successfully operated in a variety of countries throughout the Middle East and Africa for the past 12 years.
Applicants should have a minimum of the following:
An undergraduate degree (2:2 or above) or equivalent in a computing or IT discipline International students must demonstrate a good command of the English language and normally would have to undertake an IELTS examination prior to starting the programme. For more detailed programme and application information visit our website and search the programme database using the following programme ID number: CID131 www.sunderland.ac.uk
The market need for such a programme is demonstrated by the shortage of professional staff with knowledge and skills in information technology management. Moreover, the development of new information technologies creates new jobs. Management of these new technologies requires managers with hybrid knowledge and skills drawn from different disciplines such as information technology, management, software engineering, intelligent systems, decision support, and electronic commerce. Furthermore, it requires managers with research skills to enable them to critically evaluate the trends, tools, techniques, current developments and their effective applications in information technology management.
Duration and Mode of Study
Students enrolling will take the course according to the schedule that follows.