Our IT Management Program provides a holistic overview of both the traditional role and the new role of the modern-day information technology (IT) manager. Learn about how technologies – big data, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, cloud computing, the Internet of things and more – can help organizations deliver top value and customer experience by enhancing or transforming their business models. Get the skills you need to explore, implement, support and manage technologies. Explore how enterprise architecture, agile development, ITIL 4 and DevOps practices can help you be successful as an IT manager, and learn how to analyze challenges and adopt best practices so you can lead your teams to perform well in both a traditional environment and an agile one. Also learn how to effectively communicate the value of IT to company executives, senior business leaders and stakeholders. This information technology program is designed for current IT professionals who are seeking advancement to management positions; new or current IT managers who want to broaden their management skills; business managers who need IT knowledge to perform their roles successfully; non-IT professionals seeking insight on how IT functions and helps businesses to succeed; and those who are involved in enterprise digital transformation projects.
You must have a minimum of two years of related work experience in an IT-related field, but technical IT experience is not required.
Once you have completed all the requirements of this program, you can request to receive a certificate of completion.
Core Courses (Three)
Completion order for these is only limited by course prerequisites:
- COMP 9700 IT Operations Management TransformationOnline Option
- COMP 9701 IT Solution Development and ImplementationOnline Option
This must be completed last (after all other core requirements):
Contact the Continuing Education Technology & Trades department at 416-415-5000, ext. 4861, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by visiting their office at Casa Loma Campus, 160 Kendal Ave., Building C (CLC), Room C426.