M.A. IT Leadership

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FAST FACTS: M.A. IT Leadership

  • Develop leadership skills to implement technology solutions and affect organizational change
  • Courses taught by industry professionals
  • Online format, accelerated eight-week terms; finish in as little as two years*
  • 37 total program credits

Tuition: $495/credit*

*This tuition rate is in effect for the 2015-2016 academic year and is subject to change in subsequent years. Total program cost and completion time varies depending on each person's transfer credits and individualized program plan.

Lead with confidence and integrity

The use of information technology is integral to success in all industries. Yet it can be difficult to know what technology applications to use in any given situation and how to achieve the best results. 

The Master of Arts in IT Leadership (ITL) degree program teaches students these skills. This program focuses on identifying technological solutions to business problems and implementing these solutions efficiently and effectively. In a rapidly changing industry like IT, staying on the cutting edge is critical to your continued success. Our IT Leadership program helps you learn to manage change within an organization and keep moving forward.

Graduates will be skilled at:

  • Identifying and analyzing information technology and organizational problems
  • Creating innovative solutions
  • Making correct, ethical decisions when they are most important

IT Leadership benefits all managers

Not just for those in the IT field, the IT Leadership program is ideal for managers and those who seek a leadership position in other fields as well. Because technology can solve problems in all areas, the successful use of IT can benefit those in all areas.

Online format

The ITL program's online format offers students several advantages:

  • Designed for working adults balancing other commitments
  • Allows students to study when it's most convenient - even if that changes weekly

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"The online format of the ITL graduate classes was a critical piece to my success. Being able to schedule my class participation around work was a requirement, not a luxury.

I've put what I've learned to use in my professional career through process improvement efforts, transformative team efforts, and research of new technologies in order to put them to their best use in the business."

– Chad Choban, M.A. IT Leadership, class of 2011