You already know that IT is a fast-paced, ever-changing industry. Staying at the top of your game presents endless challenges. Systems, platforms and devices constantly need updating, and disruptive technologies continue to dramatically change the way things are done. Furthermore, business is constantly evolving. As a working professional, how do you stay one step ahead?
An Online Master of Information Technology Management (MITM) gives you the skills required to navigate these rapid developments with ease. You will you learn how to convert your understanding of complex information systems into valuable business intelligence, while honing your skills as a leader and learning how to apply your knowledge to meet strategic, organisational goals.
Employees with skills in both IT and management are highly sought-after – in fact, according to the Australian Computer Society, 100,000 ICT professionals will be needed to meet market demand over the next six years alone (The Australian, 15 September 2015). Better yet, upon completion you’ll have developed key strengths in project management, stakeholder management and leadership – key skills in demand across the IT sector (Hudson Global, 2015).
Secure yourself that competitive edge, drive success and innovation at any workplace, and influence change and underpin future business growth with a Master of Information Technology Management from SCU Online.
Learn more about the online course offering.
Our Master of Information Technology Management is comprised of a wide range of units, covering many aspects of information technology and business, as well as subjects that enable you to understand the bridge between these two fields.
You will also complete a double-weighted research project. This enables you to not only understand the research methods behind reports, but also use this knowledge to develop your own report and presentation – hands-on experience while still studying.
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Critically evaluate, analyse and synthesis a complex issue or theory from an information technology area to arrive at a conclusion or decision.
Develop and create effective solutions to complex problems from an information technology management perspective.
Analyse and compare challenging ethical issues within a professional context.
Apply discipline based knowledge and professional skills in situations that require autonomy and a high level of responsible behaviour.
|Knowledge of a discipline|
Apply and integrate research methods and principles to complex management situations.
Demonstrate and apply advanced discipline knowledge and skills in specialised information technology areas.
Critically evaluate, analyse and synthesise a complex issue or theory from the information technology discipline by showing intellectual independence, personal judgement and the ability to apply self-learning strategies.
|Communication and social skills|
Prepare and deliver advanced discipline advice, knowledge and ideas using oral and written techniques for a business or public audience.
Demonstrate leadership,professional behaviour and ability to participate in a professional team.
Demonstrate and apply advanced discipline knowledge and skills with a global perspective.
2 years part-time
1.5 years full-time
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See the University’s Rules Relating to Awards, in conjunction with the Specific Award Rules listed below.
To be eligible to receive the Master of Information Technology Management students must complete 144 credit points, comprising:
- 8 core units, and
- 48 credit points in 1 specialisation.
Students may be eligible to exit with the Graduate Diploma in Information Technology Management after completing 96 credit points, as specified in the Graduate Diploma in Information Technology Management course structure.
Students may be eligible to exit with the Graduate Certificate in Information Technology Management after completing 48 credit points, as specified in the Graduate Certificate in Information Technology Management course structure.
Schedule of units
|Note 1:||Students may substitute MNG91215 Organisational Change and Development (Online)|