The MSITM program will be delivered in two distinct modes: Face-to-Face and Online Mode.
Note: Students requiring F1 VISA cannot enroll in the online program.
Basic Business Knowledge Level (6 Credit Hours)
The UNCG MSITM program requires a minimum of 30 credit hours of graduate level coursework. If you do not have an appropriate academic or professional background in business, you will need to take one or both of the courses from the Basic Business Knowledge level. These courses may be waived based on academic background or experience.
- ACC 201 – Financial Accounting (3 credit hours)
- SCM 302 – Operations Management (3 credit hours)
Core Level Courses (12 credit hours)
Core level courses are required for all students, regardless of prior experience and/or coursework. Core level courses include:
- ISM 671 – Data Management
- ISM 674 – Systems Analysis and Design
- ISM 677 – Information Systems Management
- ISM 678 – Project Management
Additional Courses (9 credit hours)
- ISM 672 – Web Programming
- ISM 673 – Telecommunications and Distributed Networks
- ISM 676 – Information Security and Privacy
Thesis or Non-Thesis Option (9 credit hours)
- ISM 699 – Thesis in Information Technology (6 hours)
- Elective – 1 course (3 hours)
– or –
- ISM 698 – Capstone in Information Technology (3 hours)
- Electives – 6 hours
With the approval of the ISSCM Graduate Program Director, a student will select at least 3 credit hours of a graduate level course from the following or other approved courses. Note: All MBA courses are face-to-face, and students are eligible to take these courses provided they are willing to be on campus and pay any extra fees.
- ISM 675 – Models and Methods in Business Analytics
- ISM 685 – Business Analytics for Competitive Advantage
- ISM 696 – Organizational Internship (1 to 3 hours)
- STA 671 – Advanced Statistics in the Behavioral and Biological Sciences
- ELC 665 – Approaches to Qualitative Inquiry
MBA Electives (On Site Courses)
- MBA 701 – Quantitative Analysis for Decision Making
- MBA 702 – Financial and Managerial Accounting
- MBA 703 – Economic Policies and Impact on Global Outcomes
- MBA 706 – Marketing Management