A major in Business Information Technology (BIT) prepares students for the evaluation, programming, design, and development of information systems within the context of a business organization. Along with a rigorous business curriculum, the BIT degree offers a technical foundation in voice and data communication systems that prepare students to effectively leverage information technology to create tangible improvements in business.
The demand for people with Information Technology skills remains at an all-time high. Furthermore, computing-related jobs are no longer isolated components of an organization's structure: IT underpins every function of business – market research, product design, business operations, supply chain management, finance, and strategic planning.
IT jobs require people with strong technical skills that can work and contribute as part of a team able to help organizations achieve their goals. IT jobs are vital to every facet of business and can be fun.
Student/Faculty Ratio: 13:1
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Executive Director and Chairman: Arthur Comstock, Ph.D.