Master of Business Administration (MBA) — Technology Management Emphasis
Hands-on MBA degree with a technology management emphasis
Have you been considering MBA programs that can help you step into a management role in your information technology career? At Minnesota School of Business & Globe University, our technology management concentration track within our MBA program can build on your current IT expertise and education. We establish core MBA coursework in areas such as managerial communications, strategy and teamwork, and then develop your skills with IT-focused classes from there.
Our industry-experienced instructors bring practical experience into the classroom, helping to prepare you for the real world of leadership. We don’t just teach you the theories; we give you opportunities to learn about and apply them in the context of contemporary issues and challenges arising in today’s workplace.
Gain the skills employers want
Our MBA degree with a technology management emphasis includes coursework on:
- The concept of an electronic marketplace and how to manage information in the rapidly changing tech environment
- Accountability issues as they apply to data security and the ethical management of information
- Current leadership and human resources theories and models for IT departments and organizations
- Quality assurance control systems throughout all phases of a project
- Operational solutions within the technology industry for everything from mid-sized companies to big corporate organizations
On-campus learning for the personal attention you deserve
There are too many things on your plate to bother with the old, lockstep university model. You need an education that’s as ahead of the curve as you are. That’s why Minnesota School of Business & Globe University have designed our MBA programs with options, and the support working professionals need. We offer our graduate programs at our campus in downtown Minneapolis on the weekends or online to fit your schedule. Small class sizes mean you get a personalized learning experience, and full-time, year-round study options mean you can complete your graduate degree in as few as 18 months taking an average of 9-10 credits a quarter.
You’ll benefit from classwork in subjects such as:
- Case Studies in IT Personnel Management
- Information Technology Systems Management
- Case Studies in IT Security Management and Ethics
- Politics of Leadership in a Global Economy
- Quality Control: Systems and Accountability
Minnesota School of Business & Globe University are accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS). ACICS is listed as a nationally recognized accrediting agency by the United States Department of Education and is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.