Master of Science in Information Technology Management
The name of the program is the MSITM, and the degree to be awarded is the Master of Science in Information Technology Management. The program is classified as a STEM program. The goal of the program is to equip students with the advanced knowledge and skills needed to reach their potential in the ITM field. The program will give students the competency and flexibility to create and maintain a competitive edge in today’s rapidly changing, highly competitive IT environment. Students will be introduced to best practices for managing IT functions and interrelationships within an organization.
The MSITM requires students to have previous work experience, be working currently in a full-time or part-time position, completing an internship, or job shadowing. This degree is primarily intended for practicing professional persons who possess a bachelor’s degree in business or technology or a bachelor’s or advanced degree in some other area of specialization and who feel the need for additional study in order to maximize and enhance their ability to contribute to their career, their company, and society. The degree will assist students who have a bachelor’s degree to prepare for further study in doctoral programs.
This program is also available in a 100% online format. Learn more about Campbellsville University’s online MS in IT Management.
Applying to the MSITM Program
Complete an Application for Admission with a $50 non-refundable application fee. Applicants will receive Instructions for paying the application fee upon successful submission of your application. To Apply Now click here.
A bachelor’s degree with an acceptable grade point average (2.5 overall or 2.6 last 60 hours) from a regionally accredited four-year college or university.
- An official transcript including the conferred date of bachelor’s degree must be mailed directly by the registrar from the college or university that granted the degree must be sent directly to the CU Louisville Education Center.
- Official transcripts must be submitted from all institutions that the student has received credit for work completed toward the undergraduate degree.
An acceptable score on the GMAT or GRE, taken within the last five years.
- This requirement will be waived if the student has earned a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0, or if the student has earned a Master’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university.
Applicant’s personal essay that includes a statement of professional goals.
International student applicants whose primary language is not English and who are not a graduate of a college or university in the U.S. must submit evidence of English proficiency. English proficiency can be met by one of the following methods:
- TOEFL – a minimum score of 79-80;
- IELTS – a minimum score of 6.0;
- Pearson Test of English Academic (PTEA) – a minimum score of 53;
- Complete the Campbellsville University English as a Second Language (ESL) Certificate Program;
- Or the applicant may have this requirement waived if the student has earned at least a 3.0 cumulative grade point average from a regionally accredited college or university in the U.S. with a minimum of 6 semester credit hours.
International student applicants who have earned credit or a degree from a foreign institution must also submit an official certified independent evaluation by one of the following credential evaluation services:
- World Education Services (WES),
- Educational Perspectives (EP),or
- Educational Credential Evaluators (ECE).
- Completed evaluations must be sent directly from the evaluation service to the CU Louisville Education Center.
International student applicants holding a non-immigrant VISA must also submit immigration documents as evidence of the student’s ability to legally study in the United States. Students must submit clear, legible copies of the following documents as evidence:
- Valid passport
- Valid non-immigrant VISA (F-1, F-2, H1-B, H4, or other valid non-immigrant VISA)
- Valid I-94 document
- Valid SEVIS form I-20 or other USCIS issued document supporting current non-immigrant status
- Financial documents proving sufficient funds exist to support the student’s studies.
Upon successful submission of the Application for Admission and payment of the $50 non-refundable application fee, students should submit all supporting admissions documents by email to LECdocuments@campbellsville.edu.
NOTE: Incomplete Applications for Admission will not be considered and acceptance into the MSITM program cannot be granted until all required documents are received by the university.
The CU Louisville Chair for Business Programs will review all application materials before making an admissions decision.
It is the applicant’s responsibility to be certain that all necessary documents are complete and submitted by published deadlines for admission. A letter of acceptance from the CU Louisville Chair for Business Programs will confirm admission.
Hybrid LEC courses will be taught in 16 weeks (combining two graduate terms) as the following. The online courses will be offered using the existing eight-week term dates.
Graduate Hybrid Terms for Business
- Graduate Terms 1 and 2 – early July to Mid October
- Graduate Terms 2 and 3 – late August to Mid December
- Graduate Terms 3 and 4 – late October to Mid March
- Graduate Terms 4 and 5 – mid January to Mid May
- Graduate Terms 5 and 6 – late March to Early July
- Graduate Terms 6 and 1 – mid May to Late August
The MSITM complete online program courses also will be offered using the existing eight-week term dates. Online courses will be scheduled as follows:
- Grad Term 1 – early July-early September
- Grad Term 2 – early September-late October
- Grad Term 3 – late October-late December
- Grad Term 4 – early January-early March
- Grad Term 5 – early March-late April
Standards for Evaluation and Achievement
Each course in the MSITM program has its own method for evaluating student performance. The particular methods of assessment will be explained to students and included in the written syllabus for the course at the beginning of each course. A student must maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 throughout the program. All course grades assigned in the program are entered on the student’s official transcript and counted toward the cumulative grade point average. A student who earns a grade lower than C will be subject to academic dismissal. A student who earns more than two grades of C or lower will be subject to academic dismissal. A student may repeat a course in which a grade of C was earned; however, a course may be repeated only once. In cases where a course was repeated, both grades remain on the transcript, but only the last grade will count toward the grade point average.
Student academic transcripts are reviewed at the end of each session. A student who fails to maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 will be placed on academic probation and will have one academic term to remove the probationary status or be dismissed from the program. A student will have six years from the date of entry into the program in which to complete all of the requirements for graduation.
International students are required to be enrolled full-time and register for the appropriate course when applying for Curricular Practical Training (CPT) authorization.