Business Administration Major, Management of Information and Technology Concentration (B.S.) (Combined B.S./M.B.A.)

Information systems play a critical role in all areas of business. We give you the skills you need to leverage technology to create innovative business solutions and opportunities, transform business operations, improve business performance, and manage business processes and resources.

If you’re a strategic thinker who enjoys working with people and technology, consider a concentration in Management of Information and Technology.

A minimum of 120 credits of coursework is required for the baccalaureate degree with a minimum 2.0 overall GPA, and a minimum 2.0 major GPA. However, more than 120 credits may be required depending upon the major field of study.

Program Requirements

Requirements for the graduate portion of this dual degree program can be found here.

Students must complete General Education requirements and World Languages and Cultures Requirements.

Business Administration Required Core
Business Fundamentals
ACCT 204Fundamentals of Accounting3
BSLW 235Legal, Ethical, and Global Environment of Business3
BUGN 280Strategic Business Communications3
INBS 250Introduction to International Business3
INFO 290Technology in Business3
Integrated Core
BUGN 295Elements of Business3
FINC 300Integrated Core: Finance3
INFO 300Integrated Core: Operations Management3
MGMT 300Integrated Core: Management3
MGMT 439Applied Business Strategy3
MKTG 300Integrated Core: Marketing3
Management of Information and Technology Concentration
Required Courses
INFO 310Database Management Systems3
INFO 342Information Technology Infrastructure3
INFO 357Introduction to Data Ecosystems3
INFO 416Business Process Analysis and Enterprise Systems3
INFO 440Data Analysis and Visualization3
INFO 496Advanced Systems Analysis and Design3
Selected Course
INFO 360MIS Co-Op3
or INFO 361 Information Technology Projects
Electives
Select two of the following:6
Fundamentals of Project Management
Foundations of Business Analytics
Information Security System Management
Electronic Commerce: Creating Business Value Using Information Technology
Independent Study in Information Systems
Special Topics in Information Systems
Business Administration Collaterals
ECON 101Applied Macroeconomics3
ECON 102Applied Microeconomics3
INFO 173Spreadsheet Modeling for Business Decisions3
INFO 240Statistical Methods in Business3
Business Administration Career Learning
BUGN 310Campus to Career Transition I0
BUGN 320Campus To Career Transition II0
BUGN 330Campus To Career Transition III0
BUGN 340Campus To Career Transition IV0
Total Credits72

M.B.A. Swing Courses taken at the undergraduate level

Upon admission to the dual degree program, students will be provided with a cohort sequence and a student code which will allow them to enroll in a specific list of 6 credits (3 or 4 courses) from the list.  These courses will also count toward the M.B.A. program requirements.

ACCT 560Accounting for Business Managers3
ECON 562Macroeconomics Analysis and Public Policy1.5
ECON 563Managerial Economics1.5
INBS 561Emerging Trends in Global Markets1.5
INFO 561Foundations of Data Analytics1.5
INFO 562Operations Analytics1.5
INFO 563Information Systems Strategy and Innovation3
INFO 564Operations and Supply Chain Management1.5
MGMT 561Achieving Competitive Advantage1.5
MGMT 567Business Growth Strategy1.5
MKTG 561Applied Marketing Management1.5
MKTG 562Market Analysis and Customer Insight1.5
MKTG 563Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility1.5