Chatham University

MBA Concentrations – Information Management

As one of the fastest growing fields in management, information management is ideal for business professionals who enjoy creative applications of both technical and soft skills. Chatham's MBA concentration on Information Management cultivates leadership and expertise on managing complex information environments in the digital age. The innovative curriculum allows students to translate theory into practice through simulations, case analyses, and experiential projects. Students in the Information Management concentration will gain theoretical understanding of information architecture, as well as hands-on experience with information management systems and innovations essential to diverse industries, such as healthcare, banking, food, and architecture.

Information Management

Required Courses for Concentration

3-4 courses - 9-12 credit hours
PWR670 Principles of Information Architecture (required)
PWR674 Web Design and Development II (required)
Choose two of the following:
ACT480 Accounting Information Systems
BUS551 Healthcare Informatics
BUS582 Foundations of Project Management
LAR515 GIS: Geographical Information Systems