Information Technology (IT) Management teaches you how to set up, maintain, and monitor an organisation’s hardware, software, and networks. You will learn how different components of information technology systems interact with each other and implement ways to collect, organise, and store data efficiently and securely.
During a Bachelor’s or Master’s in IT Management, you can expect to take classes on computer fundamentals, principles of programming, data and databases, business applications, local area and wide area network management, cyber security, etc.
As a future IT manager, you will oversee the work of other IT colleagues and provide them with training and guidance. You will create an IT policy for all the other employees, choose what apps and security devices must be used and decide when and how hardware upgrades should take place.
In addition to advanced technical knowledge, successful IT managers also own skills like strategic thinking, budgeting, communication, and time and people management, among others.
IT Management graduates often work in the corporate sector, healthcare, education, governmental institutions, or NGOs. Other related job titles include IT consultant, database administrator, systems analyst, etc.Read more