Wayne State Online Information Technology Management Graduate Program Now Registering Students for Fall 2016
(Wayne, Neb.) — Wayne State College wants to help you bring growth and development to your career. The College’s Information Technology Management graduate program is registering students for the upcoming academic year. The program is a special concentration within the Masters of Organizational Management (MSOM) degree. The degree program is an established program and, since 2010, students have been able to complete the degree entirely online if they elect to do so.
“This program offers excellent opportunities and potential benefits to those who complete it,” said Dr. Tim Garvin, chair of the Computer Technology and Information Systems (CTIS) Department at Wayne State College. “The world of computing and information technologies continues to broaden and affect almost all aspects of our lives. Organizations of all sizes face the ever-evolving challenges of managing a widening mix of technologies.”
“The MSOM-Information Technology Management program is designed for those who work in information technology and for those whose academic backgrounds and employment backgrounds are from areas other than information technology,” Garvin continued. “Essentially, anyone who has to deal directly or indirectly with computing, information technologies, communications technologies, or related areas in organizations of any type can benefit from this academic program. Those who deal with decisions ranging from hardware and software considerations to website management and social media management, plus everything in between, will find this program of value.”
Students enrolled in this completely online graduate degree program enjoy tremendous flexibility in terms of when they do their course work, making it much more convenient to work into a busy schedule than face-to-face courses. Selected courses in the program are also available as face-to-face courses periodically for those students who prefer the traditional classroom approach.
Working professionals who want to take the next step in their career, or those with questions about the program, should contact the CTIS Department at Wayne State at402-375-7545. Students needing graduate admission to Wayne State may reach the WSC Admissions Office at 1-800-228-9972, Extension 7234. The remaining seats in courses for the upcoming semester are available on a first-come, first-served basis.