From hacked emails to global cyber attacks, IT issues often make headlines—and they're of great concern to businesses, too.
This concentration prepares students to become strong managers and leaders in IT. Our graduates work in high-profile organizations—Bank of America, CIT and Prudential—in positions such as business analyst, consultant, software development specialist and network administrator.
Our program combines a strong core curriculum with electives that let you map your own path, and we keep the whole thing streamlined to just 40 credits. We welcome both full- and part-time students, and we offer small and flexible classes to accommodate your schedule.
STEM Designated Program
By 2028 it is estimated that there will be more than a million jobs in the STEM field. In preparation, this STEM-designated program will equip you to utilize technology, data and business analytics to make effective business decisions and solve complex business problems.
The STEM designation offers an additional benefit by allowing international students to apply to extend their 12-month optional practical training (OPT) by an additional 24 months.
What Can You Do With an MBA in Information Technology?
With an MBA in Information Technology (IT), you're at the crossroads of business strategy and technological innovation, primed to tackle the challenges of today's digital-centric business landscape. Graduates can take on roles like IT Manager, Systems Analyst, IT Project Manager, or Chief Information Officer, overseeing the integration of technology solutions to drive business objectives. There's also scope in emerging domains like cybersecurity, data analytics, cloud computing, and artificial intelligence (AI), where professionals can leverage their combined business and IT acumen. As consultants, they can advise firms on technology investments and digital transformation strategies. Beyond specific IT roles, the broader skill set of an MBA enables graduates to work in tech-focused strategy, operations, or even entrepreneurial ventures, launching tech startups or innovative digital platforms.
Because Seton Hall is only 14 miles away from New York City, students have an unparalleled advantage with an IT management degree. NYC, as a global hub for business and tech innovation, offers vast networking opportunities, internships, and firsthand experiences with leading tech firms, financial institutions and innovative startups. This geographical advantage, combined with an MBA in IT, positions graduates at the forefront of the tech-business nexus, ready to make impactful contributions in the heart of the business world.