The Information Technology Management Minor is offered at one or more centers of the College for Professional Studies but is not available in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Classes required for the minor may not be available on the Adrian campus. Designed for students in the Bachelor of Applied Science degree program majoring in computer, industrial, nuclear and other technology-related fields and students who major in Multidisciplinary Studies.
The Information Technology Management minor provides the ability for students to enhance their professional career development to incorporate an information systems background.
Most careers today require a working knowledge of information systems and involvement in project team initiatives, many of which are global virtual teams.
Students who select the ITM minor are introduced to information system concepts, key business software applications and their associated benefits and apply what they have learned to real-life case studies and other engaging assignments.
Courses expose students to how user organizations interface with information technology departments, how business system projects are managed and the role that project teams play in the success of the design and development of a new system.
Program Courses: 6 semester hours
MGT 302 Management Principles and Cases 3
ITM 365 Management of Information Technology 3
Information Technology Management Courses: 12 semester hours
ITM 370 Electronic Commerce 3
ITM 460 Information Technology Project Management 3
ITM 470 Strategic Management of Innovation 3
ITM 480 Information Technology Strategy 3
Approved Electives: Select one (1) from the following: 3 semester hours
MGT 361 Organizational Behavior
MGT 452 Leadership
MKT 310 Marketing Principles & Cases
MKT 360 Social Media Marketing
MKT 470 Global Marketing
Total for Minor: 21 semester hours
• May not be double counted as an Information Technology Management elective and a Business Administration and Management elective.
• A minimum of nine (9) semester hours of coursework for the minor must be taken from Siena Heights University.
• Grades below a 2.0 g.p.a. are not accepted in the minor.
#1. Courses are designed to bring the concepts of Information Technology Management to the non-technical student
#2. ITM case studies and team projects bring “real-world events” into our course offerings
#3. Courses present ethical challenges occurring in business, education and government, going beyond the basic challenge to “succeed"