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Businesses today require managers who are technology-savvy and technology professionals who understand the principles of good management. Franklin Pierce University brings these two fields together in its Master of Science program in Information Technology Management. The goal is to develop managers and leaders who can plan, lead, organize and establish control systems in the high technology environment.
The technical portion of the program offers state-of-the-art learning focused on information technology and computer networking concepts. Management courses focus on crucial leadership skills such as collaboration, inquiry and critical analysis. The entire program has been designed with industry input to remain current with changing technology.
The hands-on, project-based curriculum prepares students to apply their coursework to the practical problems encountered daily in their organizations. A capstone course allows students to complete a final project that applies management principles to a real-world technological problem and brings together the learning and practical applications from previous courses.
The program is designed to meet the needs of working students. Students can enroll year-round and classes are offered online or partly online and partly in a traditional classroom setting. Much of the project-work is done in virtual team settings, mirroring contemporary business practices. Individual attention is a hallmark of the program. An advisor works closely with each student prior to admission all the way through graduation.
The MBA in Human Resource Management program is designed to meet the needs of working adults. Students can enroll year-round and classes are offered in the evenings. A hybrid format also allows students to combine traditional classroom experience with online courses.
Graduates of the program are prepared to be advocates for a more dynamic and effective workforce. They become valuable leaders in their organizations.
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View the College of Graduate and Professional Studies academic catalog for specific degree requirements and course information. To apply, candidates must complete an application and admissions portfolio as well as provide official transcripts from previously attended schools. GMAT/GRE tests are not required.
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