IT management program classes & curriculum details
In addition to building a strong foundation in business management and finance, students will have the opportunity to gain valuable skills in computer networking, systems administration or software development, based upon their interests. Students wishing to gain exposure to both hardware and software skills rather than focusing on one or the other may do so through the wide variety of elective courses available in the program.
Graduates have the business credentials and technical capabilities needed to manage systems and direct network technology in today’s corporate setting.
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Program availability varies by location
You may be able to finish the program in less than 3 years by transferring prior credit from technical coursework, either from Herzing or another college or university.
Required Management Core Courses
All courses, 36.00 semester credit hours, are required.
or BU 600 Leadership and Organizational Behavior 3.00 semester credit hours
or BU 630 Project and Operations Management 3.00 semester credit hours
Required Technical Courses
Students must complete at least 24.00 semester credit hours of technical courses. Selection or transfer of courses will be in consultation and with the approval of the student's academic advisor. Any resulting deficiency in the total of 24.00 semester credit hours required may be made up with additional technology or business courses.
Open Elective Courses
A minimum of 21.00 semester credit hours of open electives is required. A minimum of 6.00 semester credit hours must be 300- to 400-level. Note: Completion of BU 345 - Project Management or IT 346 - Information Technology Project Management eliminates either course as an additional elective (see Required Management Core Courses). Completion of BU 482 - Strategic Management will eliminate an additional elective.
Required Capstone or Internship
3.00 semester credit hours are required.
Required Courses in General Education
Students enrolled in this bachelor's degree must complete a minimum of 36.00 semester credit hours in general education distributed among the following disciplines. Refer to the General Education section of the catalog for specific information about courses within each discipline. 12.00 Semester Credit Hours in Communications 9.00 Semester Credit Hours in Humanities (must include 3 semester credit hours of cultural diversity) 6.00 Semester Credit Hours in Mathematics 3.00 Semester Credit Hours in Science 6.00 Semester Credit Hours in Social and Behavioral Sciences
Personal and Professional Development Courses
2.00 semester credit hours are required.
36 months | 122 credits
$441 per credit
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Tuition & Cost
With Herzing University, an affordable, career-focused bachelor's degree education in IT management is within your reach. We are always striving to make college more affordable for everyone.
Opportunities for financial aid include:
Prerequisites to enroll in the Herzing University Technology Management bachelor's degree program include:
- Hold a high school diploma, GED or equivalent
- Meet with a Herzing admissions advisor
- Fill out an enrollment application
With Herzing University advancing your career IS possible. We are here to help you take the first step.
What jobs can I get with a bachelor’s degree in IT management?
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of Computer and Information Systems Managers is expected to rise 11% from 2020-2030.*
Now is an excellent time to earn a bachelor’s degree in IT management and best compete for jobs in an industry projected for growth.
How can I advance my career? In the fast-moving IT field, there are many possibilities for advancement. Enroll in our bachelor’s degree program and earn up to 12 dual credits towards a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Technology Management, or another concentration of your choosing based on your career direction.
In an IT management career, you’ll have one foot in technology and another in business. You may oversee the day-to-day management of IT systems or play a more strategic role, analyzing business needs and developing the technology solutions that meet those needs. You may also specialize in high-demand IT areas such as security or data analytics.
IT management jobs offer the opportunity to solve problems and work with teams of technological professionals. They also offer strong growth rate and the potential to earn high salaries. Here are a few career paths available to graduates of an IT management degree program, along with estimated job growth rates and the latest information about how much you could make in each job.
Job description. “Computer and information systems managers” is an IT management job category that covers a lot of ground. Mid-level computer information systems managers may oversee the day-to-day operation of specific functions, such as database administration or IT security. Upper-level computer information systems managers may have more strategic roles, helping to shape business goals or business decision-making through the use of technology.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the industry sectors that employed the most IT managers in this category in 2020 included computer systems design, information, finance and insurance, management, and manufacturing.
Read everything you need to know about how to become a computer and information systems manager.
Description: Failure rates in IT projects are high—recent estimates range anywhere from 14%i to over 50%ii. In order to prevent loss of time and money, organizations need project managers who can act as liaisons between business stakeholders and technical teams to ensure IT projects get off the ground within time and budget limits.
IT project managers fill this role, guiding projects from concept to plan to implementation. They develop budgets, identify resources, build teams, oversee development and implementation, and work with stakeholders to ensure the goals of the project continue to align with their needs.
According to O*Net Online, the top industries which employed IT project managers in 2020 were government and professional, scientific, and technical services.
Description: Computer systems analysts combine management analysis skills with IT analysis skills. They evaluate the technology needs of an organization based on its size, function and business goals. Computer systems analysts can work with an organization’s non-technical employees and its IT team to identify gaps in technology solutions and find opportunities to optimize the organization’s current IT infrastructure.
They then compile recommendations, describe options for new system components or software, and train or hire personnel. These recommendations will take into account an organization’s budget as well as its strategic goals.
Computer systems analysts may work as independent consultants as well as for organizations. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the top five industries employing computer systems analysts in 2020 included computer systems design, finance and insurance, management, information, and government.
Bachelor of Science in Technology Management Degree Programs
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This program of study is designed to provide students with foundation skills and knowledge in various technical areas. In addition, this program is further designed to teach the student the necessary business skills and academic knowledge for entry-level management positions in a technical environment.
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Accreditation & Disclosure
Herzing University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (hlcommission.org), an institutional accreditation agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.
* Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook 2020. BLS estimates do not represent entry-level wages and/or salaries. Multiple factors, including prior experience, age, geography market in which you want to work and degree field, will affect career outcomes and earnings. Herzing neither represents that its graduates will earn the average salaries calculated by BLS for a particular job nor guarantees that graduation from its program will result in a job, promotion, salary increase or other career growth.