How do academic programs in information technology (IT) react to the new challenges of the evolving environment and multiple stakeholders (accreditation bodies, types of schools, nontraditional students, to name a few)? As an example, according to CIO.com, in the year 2020, technical expertise will no longer be the sole province of the IT department. Employees throughout the organization will understand how to use technology to do their jobs. This extends IT development issues beyond internal training for the IT department, or even traditional entry level or Master's MIS programs found in business schools. New IT graduates need to have a different set of skills; but in addition, non-traditional entrants to the profession, existing IT employees, and mid-career IT professionals are also seeking development opportunities that our academic institutions aim to address.