MBA in Information Technology

MBA in Information Technology

An MBA in Information Technology (IT) will cover a number of topics around the intersection between business and technology, including, for example, courses in Management of Information Technology, Enterprise Resource Planning, and IT Applications in the Business Environment. Most MBAs in Information Technology will also touch on other relevant topics, including Project Management, Operations Management, and Finance / Accounting. Many of these programs aim to help students interested in tech to understand the managerial and strategic implications of technology in business.

Some students who already have experience in Information Technology may look to use an MBA to develop their business acumen, build leadership skills, and even transition into other areas of business. Other students who don’t already have experience in the field might use an MBA in Information...

An MBA in Information Technology (IT) will cover a number of topics around the intersection between business and technology, including, for example, courses in Management of Information Technology, Enterprise Resource Planning, and IT Applications in the Business Environment. Most MBAs in Information Technology will also touch on other relevant topics, including Project Management, Operations Management, and Finance / Accounting. Many of these programs aim to help students interested in tech to understand the managerial and strategic implications of technology in business.

Some students who already have experience in Information Technology may look to use an MBA to develop their business acumen, build leadership skills, and even transition into other areas of business. Other students who don’t already have experience in the field might use an MBA in Information Technology to transition into an IT-related role.

Many general MBA programs, even if they don’t offer specializations in Information Technology management, will offer IT-related courses. Beyond specialized MBAs in Information Technology, business schools might also related specializations like Management of Technology and Operations, Management of Information Systems, and Technology Leadership.

Because most firms have IT systems, post-MBA careers in IT can be found across many industries and around the globe. Specifically, an MBA in Information Technology can lead to a number of careers, such as Information Technology Consultant, IT Project Manager, Business Analyst, and CTO, among others.

See below of a list of MBAs in Information Technology and related fields.

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New York City, New York 166 Followers 242 Discussions

Full-Time: MBA, Fashion & Luxury MBA, Tech MBA more…

Part-Time: Part-time MBA Manhattan, Part-time MBA Westchester more…

Executive MBA: Executive MBA, TRIUM Global EMBA more…

Dual Degree: MD / MBA, JD / MBA, MBA / MFA (Master of Fine Arts), MBA / MS in Mathematics in Finance, MBA / MPA (Master of Public Administration) more…

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Los Angeles, California 83 Followers 139 Discussions

Full-Time: MBA more…

Part-Time: Fully Employed MBA Program (FEMBA) more…

Executive MBA: Executive MBA, NUS Executive MBA, Global EMBA for the Americas more…

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Berlin, Germany 154 Followers 162 Discussions
ESMT Berlin A Global MBA at Germany’s #1 business school. The ESMT Berlin Full-time and Part-time MBA programs are a personalized approach to management education. The MBA is not only about making profits, but also personal development that changes your outlook. The school specializes in innovation, technology management, leadership and analytics in a global market. ESMT is consistently ranked among the top global business schools including the areas of tech, entrepreneurship and return on investment.

Full-Time: MBA more…

Part-Time: MBA more…

Executive MBA: Executive MBA more…

Distance Learning: Global Online MBA more…

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Stanford, California 90 Followers 167 Discussions

Full-Time: MBA more…

Dual Degree: MBA / JD, MBA / MA in Education, MBA / MPP (Master of Public Policy), MBA / MS in Computer Science, MBA / MS in Electrical Engineering more…

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Berkeley, California 91 Followers 114 Discussions

Full-Time: MBA more…

Part-Time: Evening & Weekend MBA Program more…

Executive MBA: MBA for Executives more…

Dual Degree: MBA / MPH in Health Management, MBA / JD, MBA / MA in Global Studies, MBA / Master of Engineering (MEng) more…

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Toronto, Canada 78 Followers 109 Discussions
York - Schulich Known as Canada’s Global Business School™, Schulich is ranked #1 in Canada and among the world’s leading business schools by many MBA surveys, including The Economist, Forbes and CNN Expansión. The Schulich MBA is ranked in the top 25 in the world for careers in Finance, Marketing and Operations Management by QS TopMBA. The Kellogg-Schulich EMBA program is ranked #1 in Canada by the Financial Times and The Economist.

Full-Time: MBA, Accelerated Master of Business Administration (AMBA), MBA (in India), Master of Accounting (MAcc), Master of Business Analytics (MBAN) more…

Part-Time: MBA more…

Executive MBA: Executive MBA more…

Dual Degree: MBA / JD, MBA / MFA / MA more…

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Madrid, Spain 106 Followers 339 Discussions

Full-Time: International MBA, Tech MBA more…

Part-Time: IE-SMU MBA more…

Executive MBA: Executive MBA, Executive MBA (Spanish), Global Executive MBA, IE-Brown Executive MBA more…

Distance Learning: Global MBA more…

Dual Degree: International MBA + Master in Finance, International MBA + Master in Market Research & Consumer Behaviour, International MBA + Master in Int... more…

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Dubai, United Arab Emirates 9 Followers 59 Discussions

Full-Time: Global MBA more…

Executive MBA: Executive MBA, Executive MBA Sydney more…

Distance Learning: Executive MBA (Online) more…

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Tokyo, Japan 18 Followers 9 Discussions

Full-Time: International MBA, One Year MBA more…

Part-Time: General MBA, Specialized MBA more…

Dual Degree: Waseda-Nanyang DMBA more…

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Cergy-Pontoise, France 41 Followers 174 Discussions
ESSEC Created in 1907, ESSEC Business School is a world school with French roots. Its purpose is to give meaning to the leadership of tomorrow and have a global impact. ESSEC is a graduate school with programs ranging from Bachelor to Ph.D., a wide range of Masters programs including our flagship Master in Management and Global MBA programs. ESSEC also offers executive education and custom training designed and developed on-demand for our partners from the private sector.

Full-Time: Global MBA more…

Executive MBA: ESSEC Executive MBA, ESSEC & Mannheim EMBA - European Track, ESSEC & Mannheim EMBA - Asia-Pacific Track more…

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Washington, District of Columbia 35 Followers 61 Discussions

Full-Time: Global MBA more…

Part-Time: Professional MBA more…

Executive MBA: World Executive MBA (Cybersecurity) more…

Distance Learning: Online MBA, Online Healthcare MBA more…

Dual Degree: MBA / Master of Science in Finance, MBA / Master of Science in Project Management, MBA / Master of Science in Information Systems Technology... more…

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Madison, Wisconsin 19 Followers 46 Discussions

Full-Time: MBA more…

Part-Time: Evening MBA more…

Executive MBA: Executive MBA more…

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