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MBABusiness Administration (Information Technology Management)

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Executive MBA students come from a range of sectors and
organisational backgrounds, including manufacturing information
technology, retail and service, healthcare, the commercial and public
sectors and both large and small-to-medium sized enterprises (SMEs).
The Executive MBA is a career accelerator, and our experience shows
that you will progress by applying your learning to your personal and
professional life. It is also excellent preparation for further
applied research-based academic study in the form of a Doctor of
Business Administration (DBA) also offered at our Putteridge Bury

During this course you will:

  • Gain an internationally-recognised degree
  • Mix with other experienced managers
  • Have opportunities to attend high-profile business events run by
    the University’s Knowledge Hub and hear external speakers
  • Benefit from our weekend tutoring with supported learning
    materials, offering flexibility for busy lifestyles
  • Benefit from innovative learning materials and a course structured
    to maximise personal and strategic development opportunities
  • Experience a MBA course that is delivered worldwide, with
    possibilities for international day schools/networking events

The Master of Business Administration (Information Technology
Management) consists of core units of the MBA with additional units
aimed at Information Technology professionals:

  • Leading and managing people
  • Accounting for leaders
  • Marketing products and services in a dynamic environment
  • Maximising impact from emerging technologies
  • Operations and project management
  • Strategy
  • Leadership project
  • Integrated management project

Students can then select two options from the following:

  • Project management methodologies
  • Information systems strategy
  • Managing data


Career opportunities



Over the duration of the course you will network with other students,
the course team as well as have opportunities to go to presentations
and lectures provided by the Knowledge Network which is a vibrant and
lively meeting point for business people to share their knowledge and
opportunities. More information can be obtained on

The Business School offers courses on behalf of the Chartered
Management Institute and the Institute of Leadership and Management as
well as the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. The
nationally recognised professional organisations all provide career
management information and networks. The Centre for Personal and
Career Development is available to support and advise all students.

It is important that we stress that we plan to integrate personal,
academic and career development within the course and you as a
professional learner will feel better equipped to make relevant
decisions and moves in line with your personal and career goals.



We anticipate that when you complete your degree you will possess the
ability to become a positive change agent in any organisation and an
obvious champion for the added value of a dynamic and innovative
organisational culture. You will also have had extensive and
continuous opportunity for reflective and critical evaluation of your
capability as a team worker and leader. The course may also equip you
to start your own business or expand the business you are in.

The course has professional and personal development fully embedded
throughout and you will develop skills in risk management and
strategic thinking and analysis that you can apply to your own career.
This will enable you to enhance your employability skills, reflect on
the skills and knowledge you may need to accelerate your career and
bring value to your current and future employment. When coupled with
the learning from analysing the impact of new and emerging
technologies and the knowledge of securing business-critical data, you
will be in a very powerful position to deliver a strong strategic
vision that is coherent and rigorous, with minimum risk. This relates
to a key theme in the Education Strategy that offers you the
opportunity to participate in a curriculum that is focused on
employability and that enables all students to maximise their

During the course you will have extensive networking opportunities
within the wider course team as well as the University. You can talk
through career and further development opportunities with your tutor
as well as your peers and wider circle. Whatever you decide to do you
will have a toolkit of knowledge and capabilities developed from the
course that will support and enable you.

Further study:

Decisions relating to further study can be made during or after the
course and you would be encouraged to keep in touch particularly by
attendance at Creativity Clubs and the opportunities provided by the
Knowledge Network. We will be running a series of Alumni events and
you will be invited to these which will offer the opportunity for
further study and contact with the University.

The tutors will always be there as a source of advice and help should
you want to progress your development further. The course is aimed at
self-directed and motivated individuals and it is unlikely you will
`sit still. Alumni will be particularly welcome to input into
subsequent deliveries of the MBA IT. Students may wish to continue to
a DBA or PhD after some time.

Apply now! Fall semester 2021/22
This intake is not applicable

We are currently NOT ACCEPTING applications from NON-EU countries, except Georgia and Serbia.

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States

Apply now! Fall semester 2021/22
This intake is not applicable

We are currently NOT ACCEPTING applications from NON-EU countries, except Georgia and Serbia.

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States