Global IT Leadership and Management
The College of Information Science and Technology (CIST) and UNO’s International Studies and Programs (ISP) have joined to offer an interdisciplinary “Global IT Leadership & Management” (GITLM) specialization both in the International Studies (INST) undergraduate program and the CIST undergraduate program in Management Information Systems. The GITLM specialization will foster the integration of technology and internationalization through an interdisciplinary program offered through intercampus collaboration with UNO’s sister-universities in Norway, India, Germany, Austria, and China. GITLM will bring a global perspective to the Information Technology (IT) curriculum and add a technology component to the international studies (INST) major. This Global IT Leadership and Management specialization/concentration consists of 18 credit hours.
(NB: Both MIS and INST majors already take a majority of these courses as a part of their requirements)
Required Courses (15 hours)
|ISQA 3310||Managing the Data Base Environment||
|ISQA 3420||Managing in a Digital World||
|ISQA 4380||Distributed Technologies and Systems||
|ISQA 3910||Introduction to Project Management||
|Total Credit Hours:||12
CIST 3200/INST 3000: For those students who are unable to study abroad, this course can be replaced by taking ISQA 4130, Information Technology for Development.
CIST 3200: New course pending approval.
Required Capstone Course (3 hours)
ISQA 4950: New course pending approval.