MBA Information Technology


Our 52-unit Master of Business Administration – IT program  is designed to enhance the leadership skills and technological knowledge of professionals in a variety of fields related to information technology.


Program Format


WASC Senior College & University Commission

SEVIS Approved

for International Students

Our MBA-IT program provides an advanced-degree curriculum designed to enhance the skills and knowledge of business professionals. The program is intended to meet the needs of current and future business leaders. Students will pursue in-depth study of both theoretical and applied concepts, with a focus on developing the skills to become effective business leaders. Engage in coursework taught by accomplished leaders with practical, real-world experience who will recognize you by name in our personalized virtual environment. Challenge yourself academically while collaborating with other professionals in a world-class learning platform.

The fundamental purpose of the MBA program is to give students broad exposure to the functional areas of business, including operations, marketing, finance, and accounting. Students will study both theoretical and applied concepts in depth, with a focus on developing the skills needed to become effective decision makers and organizational leaders. The Information Technology concentration provides practical decision-making skills that can be applied to jobs such as chief technology officer, computer information systems manager, senior project manager, and IT director.

Humphreys University is a nonprofit institution established in 1896. Campuses are located in Stockton and Modesto, CA. We offer a variety of undergraduate and graduate degrees. We are regionally accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) Senior College and University Commission.

Core Courses

MBA 301 Financial Accounting
MBA 303 Managerial Accounting for Decision-Making
MBA 305 Marketing Management
MBA 306 Macroeconomics: Business Conditions
MBA 307 Microeconomics: Decision-Making
MBA 320 Organizational Behavior
MBA 345 Operations and Supply Chain Management
MBA 370 Corporate Financial Management
MBA 385 Strategic Management Capstone
MBA 395 International Management

IT Concentration

MBA 321 Data Analysis for Decision-Making
MBA 393 Networking in Business Environments
MBA 394 Data for Business Environments

STEM-Designated Program

Our Master of Business Administration program is a STEM designated program. Business classes are not typically STEM classes by design, but our graduate information technology business curriculum develops critical thinking and provides intensive specialization in a STEM-related field.

Benefits of a STEM-Designated Degree

Demand for jobs in STEM-designated fields is increasing.

STEM-degrees empower students to solve complex problems that impact people all over the world.

STEM degrees develop critical thinkers who excel in core competencies and foster entrepreneurial mindset.

Your Future in IT

Our programs are designed with your goals in mind. Our MBA-IT graduates can work in technology in any field including business, government and public administration, healthcare, nonprofit, and education. Your options with a Masters in Business Administration are vast. Consider these potential careers in business:

Chief Technology Officer

A Chief Technology Officer, also known as a Chief Technical Officer or Chief Technologist, is an executive-level position in a company or other entity whose occupation is focused on the scientific and technological issues within an organization.

Computer Information Systems Manager

Computer and Information Systems Managers plan, coordinate, and direct computer-related activities in an organization. They help determine the information technology goals of an organization and are responsible for implementing computer systems to meet those goals.

Senior Project Manager

A Senior Project Manager, or Project Director, is responsible for overseeing the planning and implementation of an entire project through budgeting, hiring team members, sourcing suppliers and planning the project release. 

IT Director

IT Directors are responsible for overseeing the technical infrastructure within an organization, leading a team of IT staff, determining business requirements for IT systems, managing the design and implementation of IT infrastructure, and eliminating security risks.