Aspen University's 36 semester credit MS in Information Management program illustrates how information flows through an enterprise, presents effective uses of technology and describes how information systems can shape an organization. It bridges the gap between information management and its practical application. The program examines information technology with an emphasis upon strategies for applying technology both profitably and effectively.
The core courses lay a firm foundation of essential concepts, principles, skills and strategies for the information technology professional, providing the knowledge and skills needed for informed decision making and effective leadership. The program's two elective tracks allow for concentrated study in either the management or technology aspects of the field. The Aspen University MS in Information Management prepares students to be key contributors in defining the strategies for successful implementation of Information Technology within their organizations. The MSIM degree completion requirements include 36 Total semester credits (8 core courses- 3 semester credits each), 3 elective courses (3 semester credits each), a final project (3 semester credits), and one exam.
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