The M.S. degree has been collaboratively designed by the three State Colleges (Wayne State College, Chadron State College, Peru State College) and will substantially use courses currently offered by the state colleges. The proposed program is a cooperative degree program whereby students in the State College System may complete graduate courses at any of the Nebraska State Colleges and apply those credits toward completion of their M.S. degree.
A total of 36 hours is required to complete the MS degree program in organizational management
The specialization in Information Technology Management has as its target audience those who are employed in business, education, government, or other types of organizations. It is designed for those who must deal with or manage information technology as a part of their job in a functional area or as the sole focus of their employment. This specialization offers a market advantage by delivering the information technology management and business skills, as well as practical knowledge and experience necessary to prepare students to be able to adequately plan, deploy, manage, evaluate, and supervise the operational, tactical, and strategic uses of technology in their organizations and functional areas.