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MBA in Information Technology

As Information Technology continues to become entwined with major business functions across industries, an MBA in Information Technology has become more relevant than ever before. IT continues to be the biggest employing vertical in the corporate sector. With so much competition to beat, it is imperative for ambitious young people to find a leadership quality within themselves that will help them rise above the rest. An MBA course in IT provides you with the right tools, techniques and understanding of business to become an IT manager and to climb up steadily on the corporate ladder.

MBA in Information Technology Course at MAII-Stratford University is designed to meet the growing requirement of IT management professionals. MBA in IT is highly profitable for students who have a technology background. It also has enormous scope for students from other backgrounds. We provide the following electives for students of MBA in Information Technology.

Information Technology and e-Commerce Concentration (Choose any four courses)

Course Code

Course Name

Credit

EBM 500 Business Applications over the Internet 4.5
EBM 515 Electronic Commerce: Business Models & Strategies 4.5
EBM 535 Information Technology & Corporate Transformation 4.5
EBM 540 E-Commerce Web Site Development Theory and Management I 4.5
EBM 545 E-Commerce Web Site Development Theory and Management II 4.5
EBM 680 Project Management 4.5
SOF 510 Data Structures and Algorithms 4.5
SOF 515 Relational Database Management 4.5

EBM 500 Business Applications over the Internet
The purpose of this course is to analyze how computer communications, data storage, and data analysis technologies have caused strategic shifts in company operating practices. Students learn that information technology is a tool that can facilitate valuable changes in business processes. This course reviews software that is available for customer relationship management (CRM), enterprise resource planning (ERP), supply chain management, enterprise application integration (EAI), business intelligence (BI), data warehousing, and decision support. The course consists of case studies of successful and unsuccessful e-business process improvement projects.
Prerequisite: None.

EBM 515 Electronic Commerce: Business Models and Technologies
This course presents the state-of-the-art in electronic commerce. Its focus is on the current and future impact of e-commerce on the student’s organization, industry, and professional activities. Specific topics include creating new business opportunities; identifying new customers and additional value in existing customers; realigning the organization for the new environment, addressing contemporary uncertainties, for example, government regulation, taxation, security, privacy, and intellectual property rights; creating a market presence;measuring success, return on investment, and profitability; and sustaining the pace of change through appropriate staffing, hiring,outsourcing, and partnering. Students examine recent successes and failures in e-commerce through case studies and other readings and will develop an e-commerce business plan for their organization.
Prerequisite: None.

EBM 535 Information Technology and Corporate Transformation
This course examines how organizations are dependent on information technology not only for management of operations, but more also as a key enabler of competitive advantage. Also examined is the growth in corporate spending on IT components such as hardware, software, telecommunications, and for information systems (IS) personnel. Specific topics to be discussed include strategic planning for IT activities and projects, project-level planning and management, the role of the IT leader or chief information officer, and achieving the balance between in sourcing and outsourcing of various IS functions.
Prerequisite: None.

EBM 540 Commerce WEB Site Development I
The emphasis of this course will be on the development of websites. The fundamentals of website development using HTML and other tools will be addressed. Topics will include: web hosting, Application Service Providers (ASPs), Oracle and People Soft databases and software, XML,style sheets. The participant will develop a website as part of the course.
Prerequisite: None.

EBM 545 Commerce WEB Site Development II
The emphasis of this course will be the advanced development of websites for business development. In this course, specific business websites will be studied for content, advertising, structure and usefulness. The participant will develop a number of business related websites and analyze them for effectiveness. Data warehousing and retrieval techniques will be addressed. In addition, future website development tools will be studied.
Prerequisite: EBM 540.

EBM 680 Project Management
The course focuses on the effective organization of projects, tracking of costs and time expenditures, management of quality and risks, evaluation of human resources requirements, and the overcoming of potential obstacles. The purpose of this course in our MBA in IT program is to help students become overall good managers.
Prerequisite: None.

SOF 510 Data Structures and Algorithms
This course introduces the definitions, implementations, and applications of the most commonly used data structures used in Computer Science, including the concept of abstract data types. The course also introduces the basic formalism and concepts used in the analysis of algorithms and in algorithm design. The relative efficiency of the algorithms studied is estimated by the informal application of these ideas. The algorithms and data structures discussed include those for sorting, searching, graph problems, dynamic programming, combinatorial search and others.
Prerequisite: None.

SOF515 Relational Database Management
The course aims at explaining the basic concepts of database architecture, data storage, and the relational database model. The students will be able to express queries in relational algebra, SQL, and ordinary English, and be able to embed SQL queries in a PL/SQL program. Students design a relational database. Students also understand and apply the concepts and techniques of concurrency control and database recovery.
Prerequisite: None.

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