Washington University in St Louis

School of Engineering and Applied Science

Master of Information Management


One Brookings Drive / Campus Box 1079

Washington University

Saint Louis, MO 63130

United States





Program Information

Degrees Offered:

Master of Information Management

Format: Campus

Program Description:

A successful information manager faces challenges in both understanding the technology as well as leading a team of information workers. The School of Engineering & Applied Science offers both degree and non-degree education opportunities for working professionals within information management. The Graduate Studies in Information Management Program provides a unique educational opportunity for students to enhance their management, leadership and technical capabilities. GCIM students are offered the following courses : Focus courses (Select 4 from the following) 12 credit hours Strategic Management of Technology Systematic View of Cyber Security and Information Assurance Art and Science of Risk Management Principles of Strategic Planning Applied Application of Risk Management and Decision Analysis Perspectives on Innovation and Technology Seminar in Enterprise Transformation Telecommunications Management* Enterprise Network Security *Telecommunications Management is the prerequisite for the capstone course. Elective courses (Select 4 of the following) 12 credit hours Rapid Prototyping and Creative Programming Programming Concepts and Practice Technical Writing Skills Fundamentals of Computer Science Data Management Systems Introduction to Big Data and Business Analytics Advanced Algorithms Cryptography Predictive Modeling Machine Learning Data Warehousing Operations Planning and Control Developing Leadership for Professionals Economics of Technology Principles of Strategic Planning Managing Power and Politics View from the Bridge: Being at the Forefront of Enterprise Information Security Executive Perspectives for Technical Professionals Security Risk Analysis Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Privacy and Security Law and Ethics Service Management Complete 9 credit hours of the following Business and Organization Courses Financial Principles of the Company Ethical Issues in Managerial Decision Making Law and Business Management Organizational Behavior Strategic and Crisis Communications Introduction to Management and Strategy Public Speaking and Presentation Skills for Technical Professionals All students in the MIM program will be required to take the Capstone course as their final course in the program. Capstone Course



International Student Requirements:

International applicants should apply online and must include the checklist below in addition to the above: •TOEFL or IELTS scores •Financial certification •GRE scores strongly recommended(electronic copies of application scores will be used for evaluation purposes, but official scores will be necessary if admitted)

Facts & Figures

Financial Aid: No

International Financial Aid: No

Classification: Doctoral/Research University—Extensive

Locale: Large City

Size & Settings: 10,000-19,999

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