Business and Technology Management

Stevenson University's Master's of Science in Advanced Information Technologies and Business and Technology Management degrees provide students with the technical and analytical knowledge required to help organizations achieve a competitive advantage in an increasingly global, technology-driven, and information-rich marketplace. The degree programs accomplish this by providing students not only with knowledge about a wide variety of technologies and their architectures but also with an understanding of how technologies can be integrated with each other and within the organizational structure. These programs address what is perhaps the most important business issue—the integration of the full range of information technologies within an organization, from both the strategic and the operational perspective.

The M.S. in Advanced Information Technologies focuses on the technology and implementation of application, infrastructure, and database design. The Master's in Business and Technology Management focuses on the business and management of both internal and external information systems essential for support of the organization's connection to its partners and customers.

Graduates of Stevenson's master's degree programs will understand hardware and software standards, the architectures of current and emerging technologies, and the impact of these technologies on competition, organizational structure and work flow processes. They will have the knowledge and ability to communicate effectively on business and technical concerns with all levels of personnel both within and external to the organization.