The concentration in information technology management (ITM) is designed to achieve the following objectives: to provide a thorough understanding of the principles of computerized information systems, including computer programming concepts, techniques and languages; to help students appreciate the capabilities and limitations of computerization; to develop skills necessary for the evaluation, development and implementation of information systems; and to increase the students’ appreciation of the economic, social, legal and technological considerations present in information processing activity. Students concentrating in information technology management have the flexibility to choose elective courses that explore either the managerial or technical aspects of information systems.
For non-majors, courses are provided to give a general introduction to computers and their applications in business. Note: Evening students wishing to concentrate in ITM must first contact the chair to discuss course availability.
Students concentrating in information technology management must maintain a 2.5 GPA in concentration courses. View the B.S. in Business Administration core curriculum. In addition, all students must complete the following requirements: I. Required courses:
| BITM 3724
|| Business Information Modeling
| BITM 3727
|| Advanced Business Software Tools
| BITM 3740
|| IT Project Management
II. BITM Electives:
|| three 3000-level or 4000-level elective courses
Total credits: 18