Information Technology Management Minor
Demand for graduates who are knowledgeable about the design, development, management, and evaluation of information systems continues to increase.
Technology as a background
The ITM minor provides undergraduate students, who are not majoring in business, the ability to specify, select and apply information technology (IT) in their field of study.
The information technology management minor provides the skills and terminology to become a knowledgeable user of IT. Information Technology Management courses require extensive hands-on projects, teamwork, and the use of high-end computer technology. Extensive coursework in computer programming is not required for the ITM minor.
Any of the ITM courses may be waived if appropriate material has been covered in a previous course; however, the waiver will require the substitution of an additional ITM course.
Students are responsible for completing any prerequisites, and a minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA is required in minor coursework.
Information Technology Management Minor for Non-Business Majors
Fifteen (15) credit hours in information technology management coursework must be completed for the information technology management minor.
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Three hours as follows (3 credit hours each):
|ITM 2000||Information Technology with Supply Chains|
Twelve hours chosen from the following courses (3 credit hours each):
|ITM 2500||Spreadsheet & Database Productivity||ITM 2000|
|ITM 3100||Program Development Techniques||ITM 2000|
|ITM 3300||Database Management Systems||ITM 2000|
|ITM 3450||Web Site Design & Development||ITM 2000|
|ITM 3500||Information Security Management||ITM 2000|
|ITM 3550||Introduction to Big Data||OPM 2070|
|ITM 3700||Business Analytics||ITM 2000, & OPM 2070|
|ITM 3800||Project Management||ITM 2000 & junior standing|
|ITM 4100||Systems Analysis & Design||ITM 2000|
|ITM 4700||Business Data Mining||OPM 2070 or ITM 3700|
|ITM 4900||Enterprise Systems Practicum||ITM 2000 & junior standing|