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PSCS 6259 : Strategic Information Technology Investment and Performance Management
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Cybersecurity Strategy and Information Management (PSCS)
Master of Professional Studies in the Field of Cybersecurity Strategy and Information Management
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CSIM-MPS: Cybersecurity Strategy and Information Management
College of Professional Studies
Prof Studies-Cybersecurity (PSCS)
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Strategic Information Technology Investment and Performance Management
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Strat IT Invest & Perf Mgnt
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students in the Master of Professional Studies in Cybersecurity Strategy and Information Management program
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The effective use of information technology within organizations. Topics include the integration of IT in business processes, performance measurement, cost benefits analysis, and program evaluation.
Analyze and assess program performance Understand cost benefits strategies Apply project management principles to IT projects Explain and apply performance management principles Align strategic IT with performance management Synthesize and explain stakeholder analysis and strategic planning tools Understand organizational structure differences, business processes and Chief Information Officer (CIO) challenges and opportunities Explain portfolio, program, project, and product management (PM) and apply PM principles to IT projects Explain and apply requirements, risk, and performance management principles and tools
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