Information management (IM) is the management of organizational processes and systems that acquire, create, organize, distribute, and use information. There are two streams that make up course in this program. The first is related to the role of information management itself which include identification, acquisition, analysis, interpretation, organization, access and use. The second is related to the supporting processes and infrastructure required to provision information. Fields like information technology (IT), project management, and knowledge emergence may be horizontally driven (i.e. do not fit cleanly into a single, unique, area of study without context).
The courses below are specifically oriented towards IM/IT
Project management is the discipline of planning, organizing, securing, and managing resources to achieve specific goals. This course provides an introduction to the field of project management. This course is for non-project managers who are just entering the field and would like to have a greater understanding of the principles behind managing successful projects.