No course labeled as Introductory (a course numbered 400 through 419) in any other program may be substituted for any other course at any level.
Unlike other CDM graduate programs that admit students regardless of technical background, the MS in IT Project Management is designed for students who possess a Bachelor's degree or significant work experience in an IT related area. Examples of such areas include (but are not limited to) CIS, IS, MIS, Networking. Students whose undergraduate degree is in an unrelated area will be required to produce evidence of at least two years of responsible work experience as a computer programmer, systems analyst, business analyst, or similar position where the workload is primarily centered on Information Technology and the student had significant exposure to the system development process.
Note The PM courses listed above are offered in cross-listed sections of same-number IS courses.
Students are not allowed to take both IS 500 and MGT 500 to satisfy Foundation Courses requirements.
Students must complete 24 quarter hours
(generally 6 courses) from the list below. A minimum of twelve quarter hours
(generally 3 courses) must be taken from CDM. These electives cover a broad range of technical, managerial, and information systems topics. Students should work closely with their advisor to identify and select courses most directly associated with their career plans.
- CDM Elective Courses (all 4 credit hours)
* SE 430 requires two courses of object-oriented coding, or consent of the instructor.
|SE 430 *|
- Kellstadt Elective Courses (all 4 credit hours)
Students must complete the following course: