School of Business and Information Technology
The School of Business and Information Technology offers one degree program at each level: bachelor’s, and master’s. These are educational programs in the business and organizational disciplines intended to prepare individuals to make sustained contributions to organizations and society in a global, diverse, and dynamic environment, focusing on developing an individual’s interdisciplinary problem solving skills, interpersonal and communication skills, ability to adapt to changing information technology and business environments, entrepreneurial innovations, and ethical and professional values. Successful completion requires an understanding of not only the required business subjects but also modern information systems and internet technology pertinent to e-business applications.
The Chief Academic Officer, School Dean, program advisory committees, as well as the faculty members of the School of Business and Information Technology are responsible for the School’s academic affairs. The program advisory committees are comprised of industry professionals, potential employers, and community leaders who advice, review, and provide recommendations on the undergraduate and graduate programs.
Program Objectives: The objective of the BSBA program is to help students bridge the intersection where business, technology, and people come together. With a balanced mixture of business knowledge and information science students will be able to holistically blend modern management principles, best professional practices, data management techniques, business analytics, and computer scripting to address the needs of business in the age of ubiquitous data, ecommerce, and automation.
Program Objectives: The objective of the MBA program is to provide aspiring leaders a broad base of field-proven interdisciplinary business concepts in management, marketing, human resources, finance, analytics, and technology that will enable them to launch their professional careers to the next level. Program graduates will have acquired the flexibility of thought to make wise decisions in today's complex, diverse, multicultural, and global business settings.