"The course work I completed and the experiences I gained through the IT Leadership program at Th e College of St. Scholastica have opened up many opportunities for me in my professional career. Th e curriculum is relevant in today's IT industry and the skills I developed have been exactly what employers are looking for."
- Ben Nelson
Entering our Master's degree in IT Leadership gives you access to more earning power*, a better career, and a team of professionals sharing their expertise.
Advance your career by gaining the leadership, analytical, and teamwork skills you need to develop and implement successful IT solutions. Lead with confidence and integrity: communicate effectively across the organization, make persuasive presentations, bridge multiple stakeholders, manage change, and make decisions grounded in values and ethics.
Think critically: analyze user needs, project trends, design and deploy business solutions, understand the organizational issues, and integrate systems for quality information and decision-making. Earn your Master's degree in IT Leadership or complete one of our certificates. All programs offer you a broad base of study with an opportunity to create a specialization that meets your career goals. Learn proven methods for successful IT projects, apply the latest technologies, and learn how to lead.
Our online format makes sense for IT professionals. Online learning gives you the flexibility you need as an adult with multiple responsibilities and the structure needed to meet deadlines. But we offer more-the human touch of a St. Scholastica education. You become part of a learning community of professionals sharing expertise and challenges.
From its beginning in 1912, The College of St. Scholastica has provided students with an integrated liberal and professional learning experience based on the strong Benedictine heritage upon which the college was founded. We have offered accredited graduate programs since 1972 and online programs since 1995. The college is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and has campuses in Duluth, Brainerd, St. Cloud, St. Paul and Rochester.
*According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics 2008 survey, the median income for individuals possessing a Master's degree was 21.8% higher than individuals with a Bachelor's degree.