Seton Hill to Launch Master of Science in Information Technology Management

Seton Hill University is accepting applications for the inaugural cohort of a new Master of Science in Information Technology Management for Fall 2023. The online program will give students the technical skills needed to lead information technology teams at the regional, national and global levels.

Seton Hill's M.S. in Information Technology Management is a fully online graduate degree. Courses will be offered in an asynchronous environment meaning students can take courses, chat with classmates and professors, and access support services at their convenience. 

“Our new Master of Science in Information Technology is a highly relevant program with a robust curriculum, especially in this age of cyber threats, artificial intelligence, and other emerging trends,” said Julie Warnick, Ed.D., Director of Graduate and Online Studies at Seton Hill. “We are excited to offer a graduate program that will create more technology leaders and enhance our region's information technology management efforts.”

The Master of Science in Information Technology Management courses are offered in eight-week sessions six times a year and can be taken in any order. This 30-credit program can be completed in 10 months as a full-time student. 

Course topics covered include: Information Systems Management; Enterprise Security & Cyber Policy; Agile Project Management; Enterprise Applications & Diligent Systems Design; Data Mining, Big Data & Artificial Intelligence; Competitiveness, Disaster Planning & Risk Mitigation; Managing Cyber Threat Intelligence; Leading Digital Transformation; Sustainable Global Infrastructure Design & Sourcing and Managing Innovation & Emerging Trends.

Students in the program may qualify for tuition discounts and aid, and the GMAT or GRE are not required for admission. Personalized academic and career support are also available.

For more information, please email or call (724) 838-4208.