IU Online has launched six new degree programs that will prepare students for careers in some of the fastest growing occupational groups, according to projections by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. These programs meet the need for tech-savvy managers, IT visionaries, and specialists who bring IT skills to healthcare and business.
The MS in Technology with a concentration in organizational leadership emphasizes essential skills for effective leadership, interpersonal relationships, and workplace dynamics, and it prepares students to manage organizational change and make data-driven decisions. The degree is offered through IUPUI’s School of Engineering and Technology.
The MS in Information Technology Management prepares students with either business or IT backgrounds to meet the market demand for chief information officers and other tech visionaries. For MBAs, the degree affords in-depth analytical expertise. The degree is offered through the Kelley School of Business in Bloomington.
The graduate certificate in Cloud-Based Business Data Analytics combines Microsoft leading-edge course materials and a conceptual framework developed by Kelley School of Business faculty. The program opens doors to positions in software development, data analysis, network engineering, and other positions that apply big data to decision making. The certificate is offered through the Kelley School of Business in Bloomington.
The surge in cyberattacks has heightened urgency in securing data and the systems that manage it. Answering the need for professionals who understand the importance of anticipating, managing, and mitigating cyber risk is the MS in Cybersecurity Risk Management. The degree is offered through a collaboration of the Kelley School of Business, the School of Informatics, and the Maurer School of Law in Bloomington.
Expertise in computer technology and information management is fundamental in today’s healthcare industry. The BS in Health Information Administration prepares students to design and manage health information systems and protocols; ensure the security, accuracy, and accessibility of patient data; and serve as a liaison between medical professionals, patients, and insurance providers. The degree is offered through the College of Health and Human Services at IU Northwest.
Virtually every community in the world struggles with the public health impacts of unintended pregnancy, sexually transmitted infections, and sexual violence. The Graduate Certificate in Sexual and Reproductive Health provides training in the management of sexual and reproductive health issues on a broad scale. The certificate is offered through the School of Public Health–Bloomington.
These programs expand IU Online’s offerings to 119 and provide new opportunities for students at all levels to advance their careers and meet the growing demand for skilled professionals. You can see all IU Online programs at our website.