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Why study Information Technology Management?

Information technology continues to gain in strategic importance for companies around the globe. With expanding technologies and availability of data, companies are becoming increasingly reliant on IT professionals who have the knowledge and skills to manage new technologies and make them work to the company’s strategic advantage.

IT professionals understand the broader aspects of business, and work to develop systems and processes that make business functions (like accounting, marketing, and logistics) work together cohesively and smartly. A career in IT Management isn’t about sitting at a computer and writing code. It requires technical skills – for sure – but also the ability to examine problems, develop technology-based solutions, and communicate those solutions to others.

With access to state-of-the-art technologies, Lubar’s ITM students will develop a strong technical foundation in computer information system development – including planning, analysis, design, programming, operations maintenance, and support. You’ll also have an emphasis on communication skill building, so that you can “translate” your technical expertise to clients and colleagues.

You may also be interested in:
Enterprise Resource Management Certificate
Center for Technology Innovation

For More Information

Undergraduate Student Services
Lubar Hall N297
(414) 229-5271
uwmbba@uwm.edu

Curriculum

Information Technology Management Major Coursework
(24 credits)

Required Courses (12 credits)

BUS ADM 335 Visual System Development
BUS ADM 432 Object-Oriented Systems Development
BUS ADM 434 Database Management Systems|
BUS ADM 436 Systems Analysis and Design

Information Technology Management Elective Courses
(12 credits)

Students choose at least four of the following:
BUS ADM 433 Information Technology Project Management
BUS ADM 438 ITM Topics
BUS ADM 439 ITM Professional Internship
BUS ADM 530 Introduction to eBusiness
BUS ADM 531 Developing Web Applications Using Web Services
BUS ADM 532 Web Development for Open Business Systems
BUS ADM 533 Information Technology Infrastructure to Business
BUS ADM 534 Advanced Information Technology Project Management
BUS ADM 535 Global Information Technology Management
BUS ADM 536 Business Intelligence
BUS ADM 537 Enterprise Systems Concepts and Issues
BUS ADM 538 Business Process Integration
BUS ADM 539 Web Application Server Development

Students pursuing the Information Technology Management (ITM) Major will also take Business Foundation Courses and Business Core courses as part of the undergraduate degree.

Additional degree requirements and course descriptions for the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree can be found in the Undergraduate Catalog.

Career

With a degree in Information Technology Management, you’ll enter the workforce as a skilled information technology professional, ready to apply technology-based solutions to strategic challenges.

IT professionals are in demand across all industries. As technology continues to evolve and expand, opportunities for career growth make this an attractive professional path.

Enroll in Bus Adm 300 Career & Professional Development to “think career” and get ahead of the pack!  Be sure to select the “IT Management” section.

Job titles of recent Lubar BBA-IT Management graduates:

Programmer Analyst
Data Warehouse Specialist
Systems Analyst
Technology Solutions Specialist
SAP Developer
Software Administrator
IT Staff Auditor
Data Analyst

Companies that have hired recent Lubar BBA-IT Management graduates:

A.B. Data
Allstate Insurance
Charter Steel
Constellation Web Solutions
Fiserv
Harley-Davidson
Johnson Controls
Kohler Co.
Magnetek
Northwestern Mutual
Quad Graphics
Robert W. Baird
Rockwell Automation
Sargento Foods Inc.
US Bank

Faculty

Faculty at the Lubar School of Business offer a great diversity of expertise across the information technology field. Recognized among top IT researchers nationwide, Lubar ITM faculty bring advanced training and doctorates from many of the country’s leading universities. Our faculty help students learn how to access, develop, and apply information technology strategies that will help organizations become more agile, effective, efficient, and data-driven.

profile-photoRoss T. Hightower414-229-4556hightowe@uwm.eduLubar Hall N334D

Director, SAP University Competence Center

Lecturer, Information Technology Management

 
profile-photoHemant K. Jain(414) 229-4832jain@uwm.eduLubar Hall N355

Professor, Information Technology Management

 
profile-photoSanjeev Kumar(414) 229-6829kumars@uwm.eduLubar Hall N351

Assistant Professor, Information Technology Management

 
profile-photoDerek Nazareth(414) 229-6822derek@uwm.eduLubar Hall N357

Associate Professor, Information Technology Management

 
profile-photoAtish P. Sinha(414) 229-3301sinha@uwm.eduLubar Hall N363

Professor, Information Technology Management

Director, Center for Technology Innovation

 
profile-photoMark Srite(414) 229-5502msrite@uwm.eduLubar Hall N365

Associate Professor, Information Technology Management

Director of Accreditation

 
profile-photoFatemeh (Mariam) Zahedi(414) 229-6454zahedi@uwm.eduLubar Hall N349

Professor, Information Technology Management

 
profile-photoHuimin Zhao(414) 229-6524hzhao@uwm.eduLubar Hall N343

Professor, Information Technology Management