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Undergraduate Record 2006-2007 [ARCHIVED RECORD]

Information Technology


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Information Technology is an increasingly critical and costly organizational resource, making the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively leverage business value from information technology investments essential to managers in today’s organizations.

The concentration in IT prepares students to become effective business analysts and consultants who can apply skills in project management with knowledge of how to apply leading edge information technology to solve business problems in finance, accounting marketing, and related functions. Important areas for IT-related knowledge and skill development include project management, consulting, systems development, database management, e-business, financial systems, innovation, organizational change, and data communication.

Requirements


To complete the IT concentration students must take COMM 420 Project Management plus six credits of approved IT and Management courses from among the following three-credit courses:

Students may count only one of 462F, 462K, 466, or 467 towards the IT concentration. These courses may be used to fulfill the requirement of the Management or IT concentration but not both.

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