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What is MBA - IT: Master of Business Administration (MBA) in information Technology is a considerably new course that has gained popularity within very less time frame. MBA Major in information technology is known as MBA in IT. The basic nature of the course is to integrate the growing demand of information technology with business management.

Definition of Information Technology: If we go by the definition, Information technology refers to the use of computer based tools. This technology consists of all computers, communications and electronics related organizations plus hardware, software and services. Today, information technology has become a global business

What does MBA- IT includes: MBA IT educates people regarding the application and implementation of information technology in the businesses.  MBA in IT covers everything about the emerging IT trends. This programme enables you to conceptualize and execute organizational planning in terms of IT infrastructure.MBA IT helps students to understand the maintenance of network, system, along with the business knowledge. It attempts to combine business areas with computer knowledge to create well rounded IT managers.

An MBA in IT provides a theoretical and applied foundation in essential leadership, management and finance concepts, while focusing on implementation and understanding of new technologies in the IT field. If you are skilled with computers and want to turn this into a career in the business field, then consider an MBA in IT.

Requirements: You need to have a bachelor's degree (3 year course) or equivalent in any discipline to pursue MBA in IT. All top colleges provide Information technology as a specialization.  The IT MBA typically begins with computer science, information database management, and networking. Additionally, some programs may also combine the IT specialization with e-commerce and other topics in online marketing and brand building.

Scope of MBA - IT: There is an enormous scope for those who have pursued a program in the field of Information Technology and Management. There are many companies both national and international which require skilled and qualified professionals to help them cope with the dynamic business environment.

As a result, the requirement for professionals with in-depth knowledge of managerial aspects and functions along with the technical skills has increased up to a great extent.  Those who prefer this specialization are often at higher levels in an organization.



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By:Deepak Sharma | On:13-MAR-2015 17:39:54

Hello sir, I am doing MBA in IT but there are no jobs in India for MBA(IT). Can you help me, How to find a job.

By:salman khan | On:23-FEB-2015 20:18:28

Help full information but also write about the additional subjects we need to take this degree with management sciences subjects.

By:bala | On:29-JAN-2015 14:45:16

pls send me the list of MBA IT college of chennai

By:Amey | On:25-DEC-2014 05:55:32

please send me the list of colleges in maharashtra (Mumbai) which is offering MBA(IT)... send to my email ID. And which also give gud placements in IT field

By:swapnil agrawal | On:22-DEC-2014 23:54:39

Hello....evry1 my name is swapnil agrawal I wnt 2 no tht....name of college in maharashtra 4 mba in it and I want 2 ask what is scop in mba in it ?? I hve done my graduation in bca I live in amravati so tell me wht is scope in future !!

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