Innovation requires leaders. Organizations are on the lookout for leaders who are adaptable and innovative in the digital economy. In as few as 18 months, our Information Technology Management Bachelor’s degree provides you with advanced technical, analytical, project and team management skills.1 Our goal is to help you work toward a career leading and managing teams and projects. Our Bachelor's degree-completion program allows you to gain real-world IT training and management skills through virtual labs and practical simulations.
As a pioneer in the field of career-focused education, Rasmussen College recruits and leverages industry leaders’ expertise to ensure program innovation and dynamic curriculum. Which is why our IT Management Bachelor's degree program content and structure was reviewed by a team of industry experts in roles including technical support specialist, IT specialist, technical integration specialist, security officer, IT helpdesk support, network engineer, and information security and business analyst.
Along with the knowledge you gain through the curriculum, you also develop soft skills, such as communication and critical thinking, to prepare you to work in diverse industries. Graduates of the Information Technology Management Bachelor’s degree program have gone on to work in roles across a variety of industries and you can expect that same well-rounded career preparation in our program.
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What Will I Be Prepared to Do When I’m Done?
Prepare for Industry Certifications
After completing the IT Management degree program and any additional certification exam requirements, IT Management degree program students are academically prepared to sit for the CAPM, ITIL and Six Sigma® White Belt certification exams.2
Work in a Variety of Settings
Graduates from our School of Technology programs are working for leading industries, including education, financial services, government, healthcare, manufacturing and technology.
Pursue Potential Job Growth
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the projected job growth potential by year 2026 for computer and information systems managers is 12%.3 An IT Management Bachelor's degree from Rasmussen College can help set you up for success in this growing field.
What Skills Will I Gain?
IT Business Solutions
Learn business and communication skills that prepare you to work in nearly every industry and become a valuable member of the IT team.
Set Up and Maintain Devices
From desktops to laptops and mobile devices, you’ll be able to set up networks, troubleshoot issues and resolve other technology challenges across a wide range of software and hardware platforms.
Client-Centered Problem Solving
Courses help you build the communication skills to answer questions and provide technical support for clients in person, via telephone or virtually.
Systems Support and Administration
Gain expertise in systems support and administration for web and database applications, in network optimization and in systems performance monitoring.
What Types of Classes Will I Take?
- CDA 3515C
- 4 Credits
- CIS 4005C
- 4 Credits
- ISM 4470C
- 4 Credits
Information Technology Systems Analysis
Emphasizes how to define the problem, determine the requirements and develop a team to support solving complex business problems. The systems analysis lifecycle is presented as techniques for systematically developing a plan to resolve current state challenges.
IT Operations Management
Gives students a numeric perspective on the IT departments. Students learn how to develop standard operating procedures, create support metrics and apply these to the proper operation of the IT department. Also covers how to properly read and analyze network utilization reports and properly staff various IT departments.
Information Technology Project Management II
Students further their learning on the fundamental concepts of project management and learn to apply principles of cost estimation and budgeting, as well as quality planning, management and control and procurement life cycle activities as they relate to projects.
23 Courses to Complete
90 Credit Hours
What Should I Know Before I Enroll?
To be considered for admission, students must hold a conferred Associate’s degree from an accredited institution as recognized by the Department of Education, or students must have successfully completed 90 quarter or 60 semester credits with a grade of C or higher.
We believe in giving credit where it’s due. Talk to a program manager today or explore our Transfer Policy page to review our seamless credit policies designed to maximize credits, potentially save money and expedite graduation. Upper level course waivers are available for students with the following industry certifications: Lean Sigma Six White Belt, CAPM, and ITIL Service Management Foundation.
Help Paying for College
Higher education should be a manageable investment. Talk to a program manager and learn how these programs can make it more affordable with Flex Choice® learning options, loans and grants, scholarship opportunities and corporate and military discounts.
Where Can I Find an Information Technology Management Program Near Me?
At Rasmussen College, we want our courses to be available for your schedule; not the other way around. Many of our programs are available on campus or online. Select programs are available for enrollment through a specific campus, but students complete the courses online and are able to utilize online and on-campus support and resources. Click below to find an Information Technology Management program near you.
- Completion time is dependent on transfer credits accepted and the number of courses completed each term.
- Rasmussen College will reimburse you any out-of-pocket costs of the application fee for each first attempt of up to three designated industry certification exams for which you qualify. Should you need to take an exam more than once to receive a passing grade score, you will be responsible for all subsequent exam application fees. Rasmussen College will provide practice exams and materials when available.
- Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, [career information accessed May 30, 2018] www.bls.gov/ooh/. Employment conditions in your area may vary.