Information Technology and Control Graduate Concentration
for the Graduate Concentration in Information Technology and Control (on campus)
interim chair of department: Cele Otnes
director of graduate studies: Deepak Somaya
director of admissions committee: Rakesh Bhatt
department website: https://giesbusiness.illinois.edu/msba
department faculty: https://business.illinois.edu/people/
overview of grad college admissions & requirements: https://grad.illinois.edu/admissions/apply
college website: https://giesbusiness.illinois.edu/
department office: 350 Wohlers Hall, 1206 S. Sixth Street, Champaign, IL 61820
phone: (217) 333-4240
This concentration is available for these programs:
Accountancy, MS (on campus)
Business Administration, MBA (Full and Part-time)
Graduate Degree Programs in Business Administration
Business Administration, MBA (Full-Time)
with optional concentrations: Accountancy, Business Data Analytics, Corporate Governance & International Business, Information Technology & Control, Real Estate, Supply Chain Management
Business Administration, MBA (Professional - part-time)
with optional concentrations: Business Data Analytics, Information Technology & Control, Supply Chain Management
Business Administration, MBA (online-iMBA)
with optional concentrations: Accountancy, Business Data Analytics, Business & Public Policy, Corporate Governance & International Business, Supply Chain Management
with optional concentrations: Accountancy, Business Data Analytics, Business & Public Policy, Information Technology & Control, Supply Chain Management
Joint Degree Programs:
MBA Joint Degree Program: the M.B.A. can be earned jointly with any master’s or Ph.D. program offered on campus as well as the Law, JD.
Admission to the concentration requires a Graduate Student Request Form submitted to the Department and Graduate College and admission to one of the approved programs. Admission is limited, and acceptance is on a competitive basis.
for the Graduate Concentration in Information Technology and Control
This concentration requires submission of twelve graduate hours of Information Technology and Control related coursework. Successful completion of the concentration assumes certain knowledge of business and prior coursework.
In addition to the concentration requirements, students must also complete the requirements of their major degree.
Course substitutions may be approved by the Department after consultation with the IT Area faculty.
|Select three of the following:|
|Enterprise Database Management|
|Info Sys Development and Mgt|
|Dec Support and Knowledge Mgt|
|Enterprise IT Governance|