ITM5610EN - Management of Information Technology in Organizations

Course description

Students will examine innovative technologies in management. The topics covered in this course will include: IT management in organizations and businesses, web-based technologies, information system hardware and software, data storage and network communications, etc.

How this course benefits students shares a list of the top 40 IT careers and salaries, which states “With a positive job outlook and ever-evolving technology, pursuing a degree in Information Technology at a reputable university is an excellent way to get a jump start in a sought-after career field (, 2016).

Why this course is important

Students will be exposed to challenging and scholarly research and projects in this course. They will gain the skills and knowledge needed to explore the plan God has for them. Students will be encouraged to take what they learn for their course and share God’s love with others in mission work

Credit hours
3 hours
Subject area
Information Technology Management
Educational level
Learning type
Upcoming terms
* Schedule subject to change. Please contact the Registrar's office with schedule questions.

How this course relates to missional core values

Biblically based

This course will focus on a biblical worldview and the scripture for this course will include Isaiah 11:2-3 The Spirit of the LORD will rest on him— the Spirit of wisdom and of understanding, the Spirit of counsel and of might, the Spirit of the knowledge and fear of the LORD— and he will delight in the fear of the LORD.

Missionally driven

This course will expand on the missional focus of MU and encourage students to utilize their skills in missions and volunteer work as well as in the IT field. Students will become aware of the missions opportunities with the skills learned from this course.

Contextually informed

This course brings contextual information to students where they will be challenged from innovative and scholarly research. Students will contextual information from this course by exploring up-to-date theories and principles and applying with assignments and projects

Interculturally focused

This course will provide students with opportunities to work with diverse cultures in the IT field. Students will take the skills and knowledge from this course and apply them to their career or mission work anywhere around the world.

Practically minded

This course offers practical skills with innovated and challenging assignments related to IT management in organizations. These practical concepts will allow students to learn how to apply what they learned in this course to real life situations.

Experientially transformed

This course allows students experimental learning with collaborative and scholarly research and assignments. Experimental content in this course provides students with real world experiences and lessons they can use beyond this course.