Leadership in Information and Technology

Program Goal: Prepare graduates with skills and abilities needed to lead organizational change and understand how information technology can be used to improve organizational effectiveness and efficiency.

Group II—Concentration Courses (12 credits)
MBAD-511Information Systems
Select three of the following courses:
MBAD-610Datamining
MBAD-611Electronic Commerce
MBAD-618Healthcare Information Systems
MBAD-616Selected Topics in CIS—Project Management
MBAD-616Selected Topics in CIS—Globalization and Telecommunication
Core Courses in Organizational Leadership

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