Information Technology and Management
Master of Science in Information Technology and Management
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Campus address: MS Programs Office- College of Business Administration Building (CBA) 2.502, phone (512) 232-1900
Mailing address: The University of Texas at Austin, Master of Science Programs Office, 2110 Speedway, Stop B6000, Austin TX 78712
Email address: TexasMSITM@mccombs.utexas.edu
Web address: https://www.mccombs.utexas.edu/msitm
The Master of Science in Information Technology and Management (MSITM) Option III program is a program for students pursuing specialization in information technology and management. Coursework is designed to prepare students to draw upon both emerging and mature information technologies to develop innovative solutions to business problems. The program includes instruction on information technologies and design thinking and concludes with a capstone project. The Graduate Studies Committee for Information Technology and Management determines degree requirements and rules for registration which are communicated to students in a handbook.
Facilities for Graduate Work
The physical facilities, computing systems, and research centers that support graduate work in the McCombs School are described in the Business Administration section under Facilities for Graduate Work.
The Master of Science in Information Technology & Management gives students opportunities to study topics in emerging technologies such as cloud computing, deep learning, Internet of Things, blockchain, and data science.
Graduate Studies Committee
The following faculty members served on the Graduate Studies Committee (GSC) in the spring 2023 semester.
Indranil R Bardhan
Sirkka L Jarvenpaa
Christine L Julien
Admission to the program is extremely competitive. The admission decision is based on a holistic review process that includes the applicant’s academic record, test scores, essays, resume, and letters of recommendation. Students must enter the Master of Science in Information Technology & Management Option III program in the summer semester. Applicants admitted to the MS in Information Technology & Management Option III program will be required to submit a nonrefundable enrollment deposit to secure enrollment in the program.
The MS Bridge Program offers undergraduate students at The University of Texas at Austin an opportunity to prepare for future graduate study by providing access to courses and program resources that normally require graduate standing. University of Texas at Austin undergraduate students may apply for admission through the graduate academic unit sponsoring the bridge program. Admission to a bridge program is highly competitive and does not guarantee admission to a graduate degree program. Additional information can be found at MS Bridge Program.