Please note that prior to Fall 2011, the Technology & Information Management department was known as Information Systems Management. For classes prior to Fall 2011, please see the ISM schedule page.
Surveys structure of modern information technology, the relation of that structure to structure of the industry that creates it, and the economic forces that drive the players in the industry. Building on these technological and economic concepts, studies how firms can craft a technology and business strategy to create and capture value in the information technology product and/or services sectors. Enrollment restricted to graduate students. J. Musacchio
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