MS in Information Technology and Management

msitmThe MSITM program combines technological and managerial components to train graduates who can deal effectively with the variety and complexity of issues involved in applying information technology (IT) successfully within organizations. The curriculum provides state-of-the-art exposure to both IT and management practices. In addition to technology and business studies, all students will be required to demonstrate acceptable competence in communication and presentation skills, interpersonal skills, teamwork skills, and problem-solving capabilities.

The MSITM program is open to students with diverse undergraduate backgrounds. The length of the program varies based on the number of hours a student takes per semester. You will find a flexible and dynamic curriculum that facilitates students achieving their individual career objectives.


Orientation and welcome for newly admitted students will be held prior to the first day of classes each semester. This valuable information session will help you make the transition into the MSITM program smoothly. You will have the opportunity to meet several faculty members as well as other students, so do plan to attend. If you are unable to attend the on campus orientation then there will be an online orientation offered shortly after the on campus meeting.

Tuition and Fees

For information on tuition and fees, go to DCL’s website. Be sure to scroll down for information on in-state, out-of-state, and military tuition rates. Please note: online students will not be assessed an orientation fee. However, the Bryan School assess a differential tuition fee for its graduate programs. The differential tuition averages $160 per credit hour.

Graduate Assistantships

Some graduate assistantships and fellowships are available to support full-time students. For more information, please visit the Graduate School‘s website.

International Applicants
Please note that we will not be admitting any new international students (seeking I-20 for F-1 Visa) into the MSITM program for Fall 2015. If you have applied for Fall 2015 and require an I-20, you have two options: 1) you can take courses in an on-line format in the MSITM program in Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 semesters from your respective home countries; or, 2) you can defer your application to Fall 2016 semester (with the possibility of taking face-to-face classes). If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Malinda Spencer at

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