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Information Technology Management

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The World Needs You in Information Technology Managment

The world runs on Information Technology (and coffee, but mostly technology). It is the backbone of today’s business world. Here, you’ll integrate new and advanced computer technology. Manage organization’s existing infrastructure and daily operations. And be involved with mastering new technologies and learning to help organizations with network and IT management systems. Learn about big data and how IT is the baseline of every industry. On campus, we love our tech-savvy students! They are often highly sought-after by staff and faculty when they need a bit of an IT helping hand.

Information Technology Management is a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree.

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Moussa Maiga

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Admissions Counselor

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Crookston

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    Median Income $146,360
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    Network Administrator
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    Application Developer
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    Chief Information Officer

Major in the making of you

Meet international student, Manpreet Singh. Manpreet found his calling at UMN Crookston while studying information technology management with a minor in sports & recreation management.

Extra Opportunities

Students can work on IT projects for campus departments, administration offices and for the Computer Help Desk.

Boost Your Degree

Combine your Information Technology Management degree with a minor in Cybersecurity & Information Assurance (online only).

Career Paths

Graduates of our program can expect to find employment in organizations of all sizes and types including:

  • Private Businesses/Industries
  • Corporate Information Technology Departments
  • Colleges/Universities/K-12 Public School Districts
  • Financial Institutions
  • Telecommunications Companies
  • Federal/State/Local Government Agencies.

Typical employment titles:

  • Information Manager
  • Network Administrator
  • Systems Engineer
  • Chief Information Officer
  • App Developer
  • Computer Applications Support Specialist
  • Systems Analyst
  • Webmasters

ON-CAMPUS

Information Technology Management

AT A GLANCE...

  • Students have the ability to work with information system hardware, messaging systems, and operating systems

  • Get hands on experience in developing solutions for businesses from IT perspective

  • Learn how to use various programming languages and application software

  • Work on database system design, management, and implementation

  • Work with servers, routers, bridges, gateways, transmission media, communication protocols, network security, and performance tuning

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REAL. HANDS-ON. READY.

At the U of M Crookston, you won’t spend all your time behind a desk. Our curriculum is designed around experiential learning, which means we want you to have as much hands-on learning as possible. Depending on your major, you’ll find opportunities to be in the field, the lab, the classroom, or engaging in simulated scenarios that give you a competitive edge when you enter the workforce or head to grad school. You’ll learn the concepts and then actively apply them through projects, field trips, site visits, internships, and interactions with professionals in the field.

Meet your future professors

  • Christine Bakke

    Lecturer
  • Mohammad Hossain

    Assistant Professor
  • Mary Cecil

    Teaching Specialist
  • Silvia Preston

    Teaching Specialist

Student Stories

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    Unsure about his plans after high school, Josh Kauck of Coon Rapids, Minn. considered going right into the workforce. Then, an offer for an athletic scholarship. A chance to help with a robotics camp over the summer may have changed the direction of his future altogether. Kauck, who developed his own curriculum materials, is teaching public school teachers how to teach their students to program robots using EV3, a third generation robotics kit in Lego's Mindstorms line.