Information & Technology Management Minor

Successful management of technology-driven businesses today requires that employees work effectively in interdisciplinary teams. Team-based project management requires that each member of the team contribute not only in his or her own area of expertise, but in other aspects of the project as well. The better equipped a new employee is to reach this level of competency quickly, the more valuable will be his or her contributions. Moreover, an employee having such competency will be better prepared to assume positions of increased responsibility and challenge.

Grand View offers a minor in Information & Technology Management to undergraduate students. The minor is designed to prepare students for success in a wide variety of careers. Today, more than ever, employers have high expectations of undergraduate hires.

Why Grand View?

  • The Information & Technology Management Minor gives undergraduates the opportunity to complement their studies with courses in business and management.
  • Students learn skills to enhance their education to be better prepared for leadership and management opportunities in today’s competitive business world.
  • Emphasis is placed on an interdisciplinary team approach to the development of comprehensive solutions to real-world problems. In many cases, the problems are provided by industry sponsors who, along with business and engineering faculty advisors, provide assistance and guidance to student teams.
Career Options

With this minor, you may become a/an:

  • Chief Information Officer
  • Chief Technology Officer
  • Computer Systems Administrator
  • Information Systems Manager
  • Information Security Analyst
  • Computer Network Architect
  • Computer Systems Analyst
  • Computer Programmer
  • Computer and Information Research Scientist
  • Web Developer
  • Network Administrator
  • Software Developer
  • Database Administrator
Course Requirements

Information & Technology Management Minor (21 Credits)

ACCT 212 Managerial Accounting 3 credits
BSAD 202 Entrepreneurship and Business Fundamentals 3 credits
BSAD 381 Systems Analysis and Design 3 credits
BSAD / CPSC 241 Computer Science I 3 credits
CPSC 242 Computer Science II 3 credits
BSAD / CPSC 421 Relational Databases 3 credits
BSAD / CPSC 323 or
BSAD  325 or
BSAD 365
Networking and Telecommunication or
Web Design and Development for E-Commerce or
Project Management
3 credits

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