The Information Technology and Administrative Management Master of Science degree (MS-ITAM) provides a one-year degree for post baccalaureate students to develop essential skills to enhance organization competitiveness. MS-ITAM is a unique degree that bridges the gap between information technology and administrative management. The program focuses on leadership, communications, supervision, budget planning, entrepreneurship, and ethics, as well as applied IT management skills in emerging technologies.
This collection features theses from Master of Science students in the Department of Information Technology and Administrative Management Graduate Program at Central Washington University.
Theses from 2015
Intentional Recruiting: Using business intelligence, data mining, and predictive analytics to identify characteristics of those students who enroll, and graduate; in support of university enrollment management, Stephanie L. Harris