Make the transition into management with this degree, specifically designed for computing professionals and technically-skilled graduates.
Due to the specialised nature of the computing and information technology (IT) industries, upskilling in management and strategy within a customised setting is crucial to ensure the success of any computing business or organisation.
Postgraduate studies in Information Technology Management will prepare you to succeed in the management of areas that use information technology to expand business endeavours. It will equip you with an in-depth understanding of key areas such as data analytics, business intelligence, IT strategy and IT project management.
Our Master of Information Technology Management has been designed for graduates seeking a career path into managerial roles such as project manager, program manager, general manager of operations, chief information officer or chief technology officer.
This degree will help you to manage the design, delivery and operation of business technologies effectively.
There are a variety of specialist units to choose from, including Information Technologies and Systems, Change Management in IT, Information Security Management, Advanced Topics in IT Project Management, Services Science Management and Engineering, Information Technology Strategy and Value, Knowledge Management Systems or Data Analytics and Business Intelligence.
Classes are generally held in the evening to accommodate your professional commitments and we also offer a pathway for eligible candidates planning to pursue a research degree.
At the master’s level, this degree will take 1.5 years full time to complete (72 credit points). The program can also be taken at the level of:
Your prior qualifications or in some cases, work experience, may enable you to reduce the number of credit points required to complete your degree. See how it works.