Earning an IT project management degree exposes you to technology project methods, including sequencing work components and budgeting. In this program, you’ll:

  • Prepare to take your CompTIA Network+ and ISC2 certification exams
  • Examine the process of determining the cost and budget for various IT project components
  • Analyze IT and web-based project management processes for scheduling and sequencing work components
  • Analyze the requirements management process in an IT project management context
  • Evaluate procurement systems for IT projects
  • Create a business requirements document that conforms to the Unified Modeling Language standard
  • Learn to elicit, analyze, document, and test requirements
  • Compare requirements gathering among traditional and iterative IT project methods
  • Develop an Agile deployment plan that addresses and solves a proposed business problem


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  • BUS 419 - Project Estimating and Budgeting

    Focus on critical aspects of the project process and techniques used for cost estimating and budgeting. Explore project essentials, such as determining project costs, scheduling and project sequencing, and quality management to ensure the successful delivery of projects.

  • BUS 437 - Project Procurement Management

    Address the essential elements of project contracting and resource procurement. Project areas include the procurement management process, various types of contracts, contract selection and negotiations, administration, fulfillment and completion. Learners in this course study the significance of contracts and the procurement process in project management.

  • CIS 353 - Project Requirements and Design

    Prepare to procure, validate and model software development requirements using the Unified Modeling Language (UML). Agile and traditional IT project management models will be examined as will emphasis on use cases, story boarding, class diagrams and documentation techniques.

  • CIS 443 - Agile Project Management

    Get an introduction to Agile Project Management. Students are presented with core values, fundamentals, frameworks and the practices in various Agile phases. Topics also include governance, quality and the application of Agile methods into organizational settings.


  • CIS 210 - Systems Analysis and Development

    This course presents the processes, methods, techniques and tools that organizations use to effectively architect computer-based technologies. Topics include a fundamental review of project management and data design followed by the processes required to gather and articulate business requirements. Students will acquire skills to procure, evaluate, test and systematically build systems for integration into an organization.

  • CIS 333 - Networking Security Fundamentals

    Study computer information system security principles, challenges, vulnerabilities and countermeasure strategies. Topics include definition of security terms, concepts, elements, and goals. Explore industry standards and practices that focus on the availability, integrity and confidentiality aspects of information systems security.

  • CIS 336 - Enterprise Architecture

    Explore the design, selection, implementation and management of enterprise IT solutions. Topics include frameworks and strategies for infrastructure management, system administration, data/information architecture, content management, distributed computing, middleware, legacy system integration, system consolidation, software selection, total cost of ownership calculation, IT investment analysis and emerging technologies.

  • CIS 348 - Information Technology Project Management

    Examine the processes, methods, techniques and tools that organizations use to manage their information technology projects in accordance with the Project Management Institutes Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK). Focus on the methodology and project management software for initiating, planning, executing, controlling and closing technology projects. Topics include various types of technologies to support group collaboration and the use of resources from within the firm as well as contracted from outside the organization.

  • CIS 349 - Information Technology Audit and Control

    Cover the principles, approaches and methodologies in auditing information systems to ensure the processes and procedures are in compliance with pertinent laws and regulatory provisions especially in the context of information systems security (ISS). Topics include the processes used to protect and secure business and consumer privacy data, an explanation of compliancy laws, and the process and legal requirements for conducting IT infrastructure compliance audits.

  • CIS 499 - Information Systems Capstone

    Take a senior management approach to examine issues in managing the information systems function in organizations and how information systems integrate, support and enable various types of organizational capabilities. Topics include developing an intellectual framework to critically assess existing information systems infrastructures, emerging technologies and how enabling technologies affect organizational strategy.

  • CIS 111 - Introduction to Relational Database Management Systems

    Get an introduction to the theory and applied concepts of database design, database management and information management. Focus on identifying organizational information requirements, express those requirements using conceptual data modeling techniques, verify the structural characteristics with normalization techniques and convert conceptual data models into physical database models.

  • CIS 175 - Introduction to Networking

    Discover the fundamentals of networking technology. Focus on networking protocols, topologies, hardware and operating systems. Topics include data communications, telecommunications, infrastructure security, inter/internetworking and the application of networking to multimedia, information storage and distribution.


One of the most important roles in information systems management is keeping the wrong people away from your data. Corporations, governmental institutions, healthcare facilities, and countless other businesses and organizations have sensitive information that must be stored securely and — when breached — sealed immediately.


Your online Bachelor of Science in Information Systems concentration in computer forensics management from Strayer University gives you the ability to be both gatekeeper and detective. We help you develop genuine expertise in 

cybercrime and data protection, allowing you to keep the door shut on your data and track down issues as soon as you suspect a problem.


Your online computer forensics management degree can qualify you for jobs in the digital forensics field that should remain in demand for the foreseeable future as the world adjusts to the looming threat that hackers pose to invaluable repositories of data.



Each Bachelor of Science in Information Systems concentration can provide you with skills you’ll be able to apply immediately. You may want to explore these other Bachelor of Science in Information Systems concentrations.

Bachelor of Science in Information Systems


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