The Bachelor of Science in Business Information Technology provides you with a strong business foundation in the same accounting, economics, management and marketing courses required by all majors in the Willie A. Deese College of Business and Economics. As a Business Information Technology student, you will also enroll in technical courses such as advanced computer applications, business information systems and management technology. The broad-based skill set of our graduates makes them suitable for a variety of roles in management of IT infrastructures and other related areas, enabling them to make holistic IT decisions.
Specializations (or Careers)
- Telecommunications Manager
- Database Administrator
- Personal Computer Specialist
- Digital-resources Manager
- E-mail Administrator
- Media Specialist
- Software Training Specialist
- Technical Support Representative
Admission to the program is based on the university's standard requirements for new or transfer students.
What sets the Business Information Technology degree apart from most others is that you can tailor your degree to meet your specific career goals. You can choose the IT classes that you are most interested in, such as e-commerce, security, network administration, business analytics and software applications.
Our curriculum is continuously updated to reflect industry needs. Explore the curriculum guide.
Students who were admitted prior to Fall 2015 should refer to the curriculum guide they were given during their orientation or contact the Department Office to receive a copy of the guide that will be used to clear them for graduation. Students' matriculation plans are specific to the date they were admitted to the program.
Transfer students should contact the Department Chairperson to determine how their coursework will transfer and which curriculum guide will best match their academic needs.
Find out more about the Business Information Technology degree program.
For program-related questions:
Pankaj Chaudhary, Ph.D. Chairperson
Department of Business Information Systems and Analytics
College of Business and Economics
For assistance with the admissions process:
Office of Admissions
For assistance with the registration process:
Trevor Taylor, Student Services Coordinator
336-285-3798 or (888) 498-6752 (Toll-Free)