Rivier’s Master of Business Administration programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
MBA with Concentration in Information Technology Management
Take your career to the next level with Rivier’s MBA in Information Technology Management, a dual-discipline education that delivers real-world skills for personal and professional success.
Why Study Information Technology Management at Rivier?
Rivier’s Information Technology Management program provides you with a broad education in business management disciplines as well as concentrated study in the practical management of information technology, e-business considerations, computer security, and process improvement.
Faculty members are industry practitioners and draw from their years of business experience to integrate real-world case studies and business challenges into the classroom. Quantitative and qualitative coursework teaches you to identify and understand key information, and then to evaluate and apply your knowledge to effect positive change within an organization.
In addition to our program offered on campus, the MBA in Information Technology Management is also offered online.
In this program, you will:
- Develop critical thinking skills to analyze situations
- Utilize effective communication techniques
- Learn the importance of resolving legal and ethical issues
Program of Study
This is a 36-credit program. Courses are offered in 7-week terms. There are a total of six 7-week terms per year (two terms in each of the fall, spring, and summer semesters).
With concentrations available in three in-demand fields, our MBA programs give you the skills you need for ongoing success. Explore our other MBA concentrations:
Where Will Your Degree Take You?
Graduates are well prepared for a variety of in-demand technology and business careers.
- IT directors
- Computer systems managers
- IT security managers
- Desktop security managers
- Help desk managers
- Resource managers
As a leader of the Fidelity Corporate Security program, Daniel Sauvageau, Class of 1995G, and his team won the first place award from Security Magazine, an industry trade publication, four times in the past eight years. They were recognized for having the best corporate security program in the US Financial Services Industry. Giving back to his alma mater, Dan serves on the Security Studies Advisory Board, supporting curriculum and experiential learning. In 2018, he was honored with the alumni Outstanding Business Leader of the Year Award.
Take the Next Steps
Level up your business and technology skills with an MBA in Information Technology Management.
Learn about criteria, how the admissions process works, and what you will need to apply.
Faculty will serve as your mentors and guides.
Advance your career with an MBA with a concentration in Information Technology Management.