Information Technology and Systems Management

Information Technology (IT) refers to the use of computer systems and telecommunications for the creation, processing, storage, exchange and retrieval of every type of electronic data and information. The administration of IT systems in a data center or in an enterprise network is known as Systems Management. Since the functioning of most modern businesses is dependent on some sort of IT system, it is through proper Systems Management that IT functions are maintained for ensuring the operational efficiency of any business.

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Learning Outcomes

An MBA program in Information Technology and Systems Management helps learners develop exceptional analytical skills and managerial expertise while building on their technical knowledge and enabling them to communicate in managerial terms using technical jargon.

Students of this MBA program gain efficiency in evaluating business strategies, theories and practices for reaching effective business decisions and become proficient at managing technology and addressing critical issues related to it. The knowledge acquired through this program makes it easy to understand the factors involved in initiating business process reengineering.

The students of an MBA program in Information Technology and Systems Management become experts at adopting and managing emerging technologies in dynamic IT environments and can successfully determine the best Information Systems solutions. This program focuses on not only developing managerial skills and encourages critical thinking but also emphasizes the use of modern analytical techniques and latest technology for finding powerful business solutions in the IT sector.


E-Business Database Management Systems Network Operations' Management and Security Fundamentals of Big Data and Business Analytics
IT Project Management Managing Business Intelligence Strategic Management and Analysis Emerging Technologies: IoT, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality
Cloud Computing Organizational Behaviour IT Infrastructure Management Managing IT Enabled Services
Business Communication System Analysis and Design Enterprise Resource Planning IT Security and Risk Management
Digital Payments Economic Business Environment Management of Information Systems Managing Business Process Outsourcing
Business Ethics, Governance and Risks Information Technology Management

Students or working professionals who have a Computer Science or Software Engineering background and would like to hold managerial positions while ensuring a seamless progression into such managerial roles will benefit immensely by enrolling in an MBA program in Information Technology and Systems Management.

A large number of multinational companies and various organizations regularly offer employment opportunities to those with an MBA in Information Technology and Systems Management, in the following roles-

  • IT Manager
  • IT Security Manager
  • Project Lead
  • IT Director
  • IT Business Development Manager
  • Systems Analyst
  • Database Manager
  • IT Product Manager
  • Information Systems Manager
  • Software/Applications Developer
  • Network Administrator
  • IT Project Manager
  • IT Consultant
  • Chief Technology Officer