Program Overview

The Master of Business Administration’s specialization in Information Technology weighs the impact of information technology on how the world does business. It examines logical design, documentation, storage, management, and security of information. This area of focus prepares students for careers such as technology manager and business systems analyst.

Program Highlights

Our FlexCourse℠ on-demand online program gives you the freedom to earn your degree at your own pace while still enjoying close interaction with your course instructor.

Specialization in Information Technology Curriculum

The below listed curriculum covers the 9 semester units for MBA specialization curriculum. Visit the MBA program page for core curriculum and requirements.

Information Technology
Units
MBA 680 Systems Analysis and Design
3
This course provides an introduction to the field of systems analysis and design with the objective of using the appropriate logical processes to develop information systems. Specific topics include determining business requirements, documenting organizational processes, analyzing information flows, and re-engineering information.
MBA 685 Database Management
3
This course examines database management methods and specially designed software applications used in a variety of information system environments. Topics include storing, cataloging, modifying, querying, and extracting data in relational database management systems. Examples of database management systems to be discussed include SQL Server, Oracle, SAP, and Microsoft Access.
Information Technology
Units
MBA 690 Computer and Network Security
3
This course provides an introduction to the field of computer security principles and network security. Specific topics to be examined include computer security threats and attacks, vulnerabilities in the password authentication system, file system, virtual memory system, threats and vulnerabilities to network architectures and protocols, Botnets, Email security, IP security, Web security, and network security management techniques such as Firewalls and IDS.
Information Technology
Units
MBA 690 Computer and Network Security
3
This course provides an introduction to the field of computer security principles and network security. Specific topics to be examined include computer security threats and attacks, vulnerabilities in the password authentication system, file system, virtual memory system, threats and vulnerabilities to network architectures and protocols, Botnets, Email security, IP security, Web security, and network security management techniques such as Firewalls and IDS.

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