What is Business Information Technology?
Information technology plays a key role in today's global competitive business environment from increasing efficiency to fueling innovation. A Business Information Technology degree provides students with a diverse set of technological skills to be a part of the solution.
Students study Web and mobile technologies and their application for businesses, create and manage databases based on business requirements and utilize several technological solutions that support business strategies and objectives. This is in addition to the College of Business core courses, where students study business skills in fields of management, marketing, economics, accounting, finance and business analytics.
The program features an experiential learning approach, where students use contemporary software through the University’s membership in several academic alliances such as SAP, the world leader in enterprise systems, and Microsoft Corporation, and participate in real-world projects analyzing the technology needs for businesses to improve performance.
Topics of Study
- Information Technology Business Concepts
- Web and Mobile Technology Applications for Businesses
- Business Database Technology
- Technology Solutions for Businesses
- Cloud and Enterprise Solutions to Support Business Processes
Career and Graduate Opportunities
The program prepares students with the essential technological skills that all organizations need to streamline their processes and compete in the global business market. As such, opportunities for employment span a diverse range of companies in all fields and include such positions as business technology manager, business and systems analyst, and business information solutions manager.