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5 exciting careers for Enterprise IT Management graduates

Date

18th Dec 2023

Category

Careers, Computing

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Our MSc Enterprise IT Management is an innovative course that delves into a range of cutting-edge topics relevant to the IT industry.

It’s designed with progress in mind – so as you deepen your knowledge of cloud computing, cyber security and data science, you’ll also be preparing to advance into senior IT positions. Not only that, you’ll also build skills perfect for a variety of IT industry and related career paths. In this blog post, we’ll discuss five lucrative careers accessible to MSc Enterprise IT Management graduates.  

 

1. Cloud Engineer

Cloud engineers are responsible for a range of cloud computing maintenance, including planning, management and support. In our Cloud Operations and Management module you’ll develop key skills directly applicable to this career path. Explore a range of cloud computing tools for scripting, GUI design and data analysis – while learning how to implement these applications and services in the workplace.   

 

2. DevOps Engineer

DevOps engineers automate the software development processes within a company. You’ll be responsible for bridging the gap between development and operations, as well as managing IT services that run in a cloud environment – a growing industry due to the rise in remote working  in recent years. Day-to-day tasks could include infrastructure management, system administration and working alongside developers. 

 

3. IT Service Manager

As an IT service manager, you’ll be focused on staying ahead of the technology curve and delivering effective IT processes. Our Informational Technology Service Management (ITSM) module will ensure you’re fully equipped with all the knowledge you need for the role. Learn about change, incident, risk and configuration management, and discover how to map ITSM to common enterprise standards, including ITIL, TOGAF, COBIT, DevSecOps and AIOps.  

 

4. Digital Transformation Specialist

As a digital transformation specialist, you’ll use expert skills and knowledge to digitise services, support digital training and drive improvements using technology. A day’s work could involve analysing customer experiences, generating insights and providing recommendations on digital strategies. This role also involves staying up to date with the latest digital technologies and implementing them within your chosen industry.   

 

5. EIT Consultant – Risk and Governance

An excellent career option is to work in risk and governance.  You could find yourself working across a range of industries, including scientific research, finance, information technology or even within government. And in more senior roles, you’ll take the lead by communicating findings to stakeholders and seeking out ways to improve data management – while developing data frameworks and maintaining compliance, which is an integral role for many businesses. In our Into Data Science module, you’ll discover how enterprise-based systems leverage the use of data for strategic purposes – helping businesses stay ahead of the game using business intelligence. 

There are plenty of other exciting career opportunities in the IT industry – you could find yourself in cyber security, web development, telecommunications and much more. If you can’t commit to a full Masters degree right now, we offer this course at PG Dip and PG Cert level too, allowing you to gain an industry recognised qualification in as little as 16 months or eight months respectively. 

 

Impact Scholarship

Have you heard about our Impact Scholarship? Take advantage of a 20% scholarship for the April intake of our MSc Enterprise IT Management.  

 

Ready to kickstart your IT management career?

If you’d like to find out more about our Enterprise IT Management courses, then download a free copy of our prospectus. Alternatively, if you have any questions, you can contact our friendly Admissions team who are happy to help.