Master's in Information Technology Management
Career Outlook

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Today’s CIOs and other IT management leaders exist at a significant crossroads, responsible for more than just the overall technological direction of their organizations. Increasingly, many IT leaders are now essential members of executive teams, called upon to provide organizations with expert visions on guiding strategic direction, establishing competitive advantages, and driving business innovation.

With this increased focus on strategy, today’s IT professionals must strike a balance between core technical knowledge and big-picture thinking toward organizational objectives: They must be able to think about business and people power as much as technology power.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, job opportunities in the IT industry are projected to increase by 16 percent from 2021 to 2031. Meanwhile, the median salary of computer and information systems managers is $159,010.

Georgetown’s program prepares you with the well-rounded expertise to fill this void. By the time you leave the program, you’ll be positioned to offer the technical and leadership skills that today’s employers increasingly demand.

What comes after a master's degree? Explore Careers in Information Technology Management.

Average salary of computer and information systems managers $ 159,010 16 % Projected job growth of computer and information systems managers, 2021–2031 Where do people in this field work? Computer systems design and related services 20 % Finance and insurance 1 2 % Information 1 1 % Management of companies and enterprises 1 0 % Manufacturing 9 %

Sources: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics,