Information Management - Project Management
Online Master's Degree Program

Learn About Our Programs

Step 1: Program
Step 2: Contact
By submitting this form, I agree that University of Arkansas Grantham may email, call and/or text me about education programs at the number provided including a wireless number, possibly utilizing automated dialing technology. Message and data rates may apply. Providing this consent is not required in order to enroll. If I live outside the U.S., I am giving consent to transfer my data to the U.S. I also agree to the terms in our privacy policy.

Be the Choreographer of your Organization’s Success

University of Arkansas Grantham’s Master of Science in Information Management — Project Management degree program blends project management principles with practical elements of information management and strategies for program design and implementation. Businesses that use a variety of information technologies require professionals skilled in both information management and project management to analyze organizational needs and create technological systems and processes to suit their needs. In this online graduate degree program, you’ll examine concepts in the information technology field, as well as the steps needed to plan, conduct and manage a wide variety of IT management projects. Upon completion of this program, you’ll have the education, leadership capabilities and planning skills needed to manage program planning within a wide variety of organizations.

Expect More from UA Grantham

More transferability: Students can transfer up to 50% of credits for this degree.

More start dates: Most courses in this program start monthly. It's easy to get started whenever you're ready.

More credibility: UA Grantham is accredited by the Distance Education Accreditation Commission (DEAC), which is listed by the U.S. Department of Education as a recognized accrediting agency and recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).

Program Outcomes

  • Use project management techniques to identify and define the computing requirements for an information system
  • Implement and evaluate a technology-based information system, process, or program to meet desired needs
  • Analyze an information system project based on the system's life cycle
  • Develop a project plan incorporating risk
  • Implement strategic planning in the area of information systems
  • Use current techniques, skills and tools necessary for technology management practice
  • Evaluate impacts of technological change on an organization
  • Address professional, ethical, legal, security, and social issues and responsibilities
  • Recognize the need for and an ability to engage in continuing professional development

Need More Help?

Talk to a dedicated admissions representative and get answers to all your Information Management - Project Management questions. Give us a call at 800-955-2527, email us at, or chat now.