Concentration in Computing Management
The graduate concentration in computing management prepares you to be a leader in information technology departments.
Preparing You For Success
The computing management concentration, available for both computer science and computer information systems degrees, introduces you to leadership principles in the business world with an emphasis on information technology systems and software/hardware infrastructure. Courses cover topics such as IT systems and management, quality management, and software and computer information systems’ project management.
Making your Mark
Computing management concentrations are valuable in many technical settings. Recent graduates are working at General Electric, Cardinal Health, Elektrobit, Illinois Mutual Life Insurance, Technosoft Corp. and Verizon Communications.
Required Course - 3 hrs.
- CIS 572: Computing Management: Systems, Technology, Services - 3 hrs.
Elective Courses (choose two) - 6 hrs.
- CIS 573: Quality Management in Computing - 3 hrs.
- M L 602: Organizational Behavior - 3 hrs.
- M L 615: Interpersonal Relations - 3 hrs.
- M L 620: Management Theory - 3 hrs.
- M L 625: Business Ethics - 3 hrs.
- M L 657: Executive Development - 3 hrs.
- M L 658: Topics in Business Administration - 3 hrs.
- MTG 624: Marketing Decision Making - 3 hrs.
- MTG 640: Obtaining, Analyzing, and Applying Market Information - 3 hrs.