Technology Development Focus Area - Master of Information Management (MIM)

Our focus area in technology development supporting the user experience trains our students to engage information consumers to understand their data needs and deploy applications that support discovered requirements. Students are trained to assess client use cases and information needs, translate business requirements into technical requirements, identify necessary enabling technologies, evaluate, architect, and integrate technical tools to plan information management solutions, and oversee and contribute to the development, testing, and implementation of those information management solutions.

Graduates are poised for careers as:

  • Product engineers
  • Product developers
  • Application designers
  • Application developers
  • Solutions engineers
  • Solutions architects
  • Web developers
  • Information architects
  • Technology consultants

Note: Courses are listed in their estimated semester of being offered.
Current students should speak with their academic advisor and refer to the MIM handbook or MIM Student Portal on ELMS for suggested academic plans.

For students entering MIM without programming experience:

Fall:

  • INFM-700: Information Architecture
    • Prerequisites: INFM-603
    • Advanced Technology Elective
  • INFM-757: Organizational and Business Process Modeling
    • Prerequisites: N/A
  • INST-630: Introduction to Programming for the Information Professional
    • Prerequisites: N/A
  • INST-754: Data Preparation & Integration for Analytics
    • INFM-600, INFM-603, INST-630, INST-733 or instructor permission

Spring:

  • INST-630: Introduction to Programming for the Information Professional
    • Prerequisites: N/A
  • INST-733: Database Design
    • Prerequisites: INFM-603
    • Advanced Technology Elective

For students entering MIM with programming experience:

Fall:

  • INFM-700: Information Architecture
    • Prerequisites: INFM-603
    • Advanced Technology Elective
  • INFM-757: Organizational and Business Process Modeling
    • Prerequisites: N/A
  • INST-754: Data Preparation & Integration for Analytics
    • INFM-600, INFM-603, INST-630, INST-733 or instructor permission

Spring:

  • INST-733: Database Design
    • Prerequisites: INFM-603
    • Advanced Technology Elective

 

 

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