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Master of Science in Information Technology and Management


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87% of Graduates Employed within 90 Days of Graduation
No. 16 in the Nation, 2017 US News and World Report

The Master of Science in Information Technology and Management (MS ITM) is a 36 semester credit hour STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) degree program (18-24 months) that prepares students to better understand the complex world of Information Technology, its management and issues that occur at the interface between IT and business.

The features that set the UT Dallas MS ITM program apart are the breadth of the curriculum and its flexibility (many of these courses are offered in evening and online). The program also offers opportunities for students with special interests to concentrate in a specific track within the IT area, such as:

  • Business Intelligence and Analytics
  • Enterprise Systems
  • Cyber Security Management
  • IT Consulting and Services Management
  • Healthcare Systems

MS in Information Technology and Management at UT Dallas To apply for this degree program, an undergraduate degrees is required (all majors are considered).

Obtaining certifications in specific areas of IT can enhance career prospects.

The program offers courses that will prepare students to take exams for other popular certification exams such as:

  • Certified IS Auditor (CISA)
  • Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP)
  • Certified Information Security Manager (CISM)
  • CompTIA Security+
  • Connect with the Director
  • Degree Plan
  • Employment Information
  • Internship Information
  • Student Profiles & Statistics
  • Student Success Stories

Connect with the Director

The MS in Information Technology and Management prepares students for managerial and technical careers in the field of information technology (IT). Our broad-based curriculum, world-class faculty, outstanding students, and proximity to industry-leading organizations are several factors facilitating the success of our students and alumni. U.S. News & World Report recently ranked the program No. 16 nationwide.

While we are proud of our high ranking, we are not standing still. New facilities, faculty, programs and industry partnerships are some of the areas in which we are expanding and growing. The best and brightest students from around the world continue to choose UT Dallas as a place to acquire knowledge, uncover new opportunities and develop life-long relationships. Please take a few minutes to browse our website and learn more about the UT Dallas ITM experience.

Mark Thouin, PhD Director, Information Systems Programs



Degree Plan

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The MS in Information Technology and Management requires 36 credit hours to complete the program. For the latest information about Academic Degree Plans, Course Catalogs and Course Information please visit the MS in Information Technology and Management page of the UT Dallas Graduate Catalog.

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Core Courses

18 semester credit hours

Elective Courses

12 semester credit hours

Free Elective Courses

6 semester credit hours

Time to Completion

1.5 – 2 years full-time

5 Tracks

  • Enterprise Systems

    The Enterprise Systems track is recommended for students interested in developing and managing large-scale applications and IT infrastructure.

    • The students are advised to obtain SAP certifications.
  • Business Intelligence and Analytics

    The Business Intelligence and Analytics track is recommended for students interested in managing large-scale data and analyzing them to develop sound business strategies.

    • Students completing OPRE 6301, MIS 6324, MIS 6334, and MIS 6309 with a 3.0 average will receive the SAS-UTD Graduate Certificate in Data Mining and Business Intelligence.
  • Cyber Security Management

    The Cyber Security Management track is recommended for students interested in cyber security risk management.

    • These students are advised to obtain certifications such as CISA, CISSP, CISM, and Comp TIA Security+.
  • IT Consulting and Services Management

    The IT Consulting and Services Management track is recommended for students interested in IT consulting and project management.

    • These students are advised to obtain certifications in TOGAF and ITIL.
  • Healthcare Systems

    The Healthcare Systems track is recommended for students interested in managing IT in the healthcare domain.

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Did you know?

A student can complete the MS ITM program entirely online.


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Employment Information

Employed Alumni Highlights

Employment Rates within 90 Days of Graduation




2015-2016 Employment Highlights

298 companies employed our graduates in a wide range of industries.

Top 10 Companies 2015-2016
Company NameNumber of Employed
Bank of America 12
Ericsson 8
Sabre 8
IBM 7
The University of Texas at Dallas 5
Deloitte 4
Infosys 4
MedeAnalytics 4
Walmart 4
Capital One 3
Top 10 Positions 2015-2016
PositionNumber of Employed
Business Analyst 36
Data Analyst 23
Business Intelligence Analyst 9
Programmer Analyst 7
Software Developer 7
Data Scientist 6
Software Engineer 6
IT Analyst 7
Financial Analyst 3
Risk Analyst 7

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Internship Information

The Information Systems area and the Career Management Center in the Naveen Jindal School of Management work with local companies to develop internship programs for students. Often these internships convert into full-time jobs.

Total Number of Internships


2016-2017 Internship Highlights

424 companies employed our student interns in a wide range of industries.

Top 10 Companies 2016-2017
Company NameNumber of Employed
Ericsson 21
Southwest Airlines 20
Copart 20
MedeAnalytics 19
SAP America 11
Lennox International 8
FedEx 7
Quicken Loans 6
Rang Technologies 6
iOLAP 6
Top 10 Positions 2016-2017
PositionNumber of Employed
Business Analyst Intern 37
Data Analyst Intern 32
IT Intern 15
Business Intelligence Intern 14
Data Scientist Intern 11
Data Analytics Intern 10
Big Data Intern 8
Software Engineer Intern 8
Associate Consultant Intern 6
Programmer Analyst 5

Note to international students: International students are eligible to work on a curricular internship for a maximum of 12 months while they remain students. Since the MS ITM is an approved degree under the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) program, graduating students are eligible to work for up to 36 months under the Optional Practical Training program. Please contact the Office of International Student Services for details about these programs.

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We encourage all of our students to make internships a part of their educational experience. We like to engage our industry partners each semester by sending them an electronic resume book of our ITM students seeking an internship. Please use the following to update your resume:

Student Profiles & Statistics

MS ITM Student Profile as of Fall 2016
Class Statistics Percentage or Number
Students in Program 1,188
Full-time/Part-time Full-Time 74%, Part Time 26%
Gender Male 65%, Female 35%
Age 21-22: 10%
23-24: 29%
25-26: 36%
27-28: 14%
29-30: 5%
31+: 6%
Average GMAT 577
Prior Work Experience 2.9 years*
Citizenship India 76%, China 11%, USA 10%, Other 3%

* Work experience is not required for joining the MS ITM program.

Student Success Stories

Duke John Solomon MJ

Duke John Solomon MJ

I am a graduate student at JSOM majoring in Information Technology and Management. I did my undergrad in Electronics and Communications Engineering in India and worked as SAP Consultant for three years. I have always wanted to leverage my career and diversify my knowledge. I found the Information Systems coursework at JSOM attractive and stood apart from other schools. ITM provides ample opportunities to build on my experience – I have specialized in the Enterprise Systems track. The coursework is designed in a way to help students pursue certifications and I had the opportunity to complete a certification in Business Process in ERP through our school. I was accepted to other colleges but I chose the Jindal School without any second thoughts.

I am an Officer in the SAP Users Group and have attended numerous SAP conferences which provides immense opportunities to network with industry professionals and to know their experiences. I am currently working as a Graduate Teaching Assistant for “Enterprise Resource Planning” and “IT for Business” where I teach both grad and undergrad students. The opportunities available in JSOM are immense and it is in our hands to make use of them. When I turn back now to look at the decision I made to join UTD, I have no regrets and I cherish the diverse experiences I have had here.

Sumalya Guha

Sumalya Guha

I am an international graduate student pursuing my MS in ITM at JSOM. I have worked for 4.5 years at Tata Consultancy Services as a Systems Engineer. The ITM program is the perfect place to arm yourself with both technical and management skills. As an ITM student, I feel the course structure is aligned to bridge the gap between business requirements and technology needed to achieve them.

JSOM provides a plethora of opportunities to take part in outside of your studies. JSOM gave me the platform to launch myself into the various domains I had always wanted to explore. I co-founded The Cybersecurity Club at UTD where our goal is to make people cognizant of the security risks in the Cyber world and their resolution procedures through corporate and open discussions.

As a member of the Career Management Center (CMC) Leadership Council I am prepared with job-hunting dexterity and I feel every student should benefit from the amazing events the CMC holds on campus. There are many opportunities that are provided by our university for the students and I feel a sense of responsibility to help students launch a career.

The ITM program at JSOM has grown over the years and the students have reaped a lot of success from it. The brightest students from around the globe are a part of the ITM program and continue to choose UT Dallas as a place towards enlightenment, exploring new territories and develop everlasting relationships.

Vignesh Naik

Vignesh Naik

This story dates to my first semester at UTD when I was registered in 3 courses. I am an enthusiast of extracurricular and volunteering/social activities, so I was looking at the different options at UTD when I came across the organization V.O.I.C.E (Vedic Organization for Inspiration Culture and Education).

V.O.I.C.E is an organization that promotes a healthy and conscious life style among individuals through various programs such as conducting workshops on spirituality, yoga, simple living, and high thinking. It is also responsible for the Krishna Lunch Program which is a non-profit, student run initiative which provides vegan/vegetarian lunch distribution program at $5 per meal on campus. It immediately attracted me and I joined as a volunteer. The previous volunteers had graduated and with the president being busy in her final semester, the responsibility was passed on to me. Since I didn’t know anybody and being a shy person, I was a one-man army distributing boxes on all the three days that the lunch is served.

Gradually I made friends, interacted with the friendly staff in SSB, offered friends free food for their volunteering service, introduced and improved customer relationships. I had also taken it as a project for my Marketing Management class! When I joined, we were selling 10-12 boxes on the three days combined and now we sell nearly 50 boxes on each of the days! The numbers don’t excite me as much as the happy faces and customers’ feedback. The joy of giving inspires and motivates me to serve more.