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About Information Technology Management

Do you thrive on problem solving? Are you interested in computer programming or diving into the world of cyber security, analysis and design of information systems, or data analytics?

As an Information Technology Management (ITM) Major, you will take business, management, and liberal arts courses related to information systems and technology to receive an integrated, interdisciplinary, and international education in theory and practice of both IT and modern business.

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Classes you can take:

The ITM degree provides the flexibility to prepare the student for a number of occupations within the high demand technology and business fields. By combining the required courses with selected electives and co-ops, internships, and certifications, the student can tailor their degree to fit the requirements of a specific technology related occupation. Students can focus on computer programming, cyber security, web development, or management of technology and people.

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There is a currently a tremendous demand for qualified people in the various technology fields. This demand is predicted to get even stronger in the future. The ITM degree provides the flexibility to prepare the student for a number of occupations within the technology and business fields. By combining the required courses with selected electives and co-ops, internships, and certifications, the student can tailor their degree to fit the requirements of a specific technology related occupation. Students can choose to pursue a hands-on technical career path or a people oriented, management type of career path. Both career paths are in high demand.

One job that students may choose is Computer Systems Analyst. The Computer Systems Analyst job is consistently predicated to be one of the highest demand jobs in the future and is consistently chosen as one of the best jobs in America.

Sample Job Titles

Job Title
Computer Systems Analysts
Computer and Information Research Scientists
Computer Network Architects
Computer User Support Specialists
Computer Network Support Specialists
Network and Computer Systems Administrators
Database Administrators
Information Security Analysts

* Sources of Information: United States Department of Labor: Bureau of Labor Statistics (2017). For more information about careers and assistance in making your career plans, please contact Career Services (cahill@ramapo.edu) or visit www.ramapo.edu/careercenter/.

Ramapo Success Story

Current Student

Angad Bhogal '18

Information Technology Management

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Alum

Mark Florczynski '16

Information Technology Management, International Business

Alum

Ken Walsh '11

Information Technology Management

Classes are taught in a modern technological environment which includes laboratory networks with the latest software as well as Web, cloud, and application technologies widely used in class, blended, and online methods of learning and collaboration.

You can also choose from a wide-range of current advanced topics including app and web development, decision support systems, Internet-based technologies, computer law and ethics, and information security management.

Ramapo students have held internships at places, such as UPS, Global Image Works, Glatt Air Techniques, Mercedez-Benz, NBC Universal, United Nations, and Storis Inc.

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Information Technology Management Minor

The goal of the minor program in Information Technology Management (ITM) is to provide Ramapo College students with an option to develop a competency in the field of information systems/technology which will complement their major program of study.  Students with a minor in Information Technology Management will be better prepared to work in their major fields since information systems/technology is an integral component of the world today.  A minor in Information Technology Management should have strong appeal for students majoring in accounting who are required to earn 150 credits of academic coursework in order to qualify for the CPA examination.