The impending retirement of many middle managers is creating opportunities for the next generation of technology-savvy business leaders. An MBA in Information Technology Management (ITM) provides the highly marketable and unique skills required to effectively function in those management positions. If you aspire to a career in the general management of technology-dependent organizations or in the management of technology within those organizations, the training provided by the MBA-ITM degree could be just what you need.
MBA-ITM candidates complete a subset of our existing advanced MBA courses and combine them with several specialized courses addressing the challenges unique to technology-intensive environments. Although technical skill is required, the focus is managerial, not technical. Depending on your prior academic experience, 36-48 semester credit hours are required.
About the School
The College of Business and Economics at Boise State University is the primary emphasis business school in Idaho. With over 100 faculties and staff, over 3,000 students, and delivery sites throughout ... Read More