Bachelor of Arts — Bachelor of Science
The management information technology major encompasses the components of information systems (software, hardware, network, data and people). The courses provide the business student a unique academic choice apart from the computer science degree. This concentration is comprised of six required courses in addition to the required business core. MIT graduates gain employment in a wide variety of positions, including, but not limited to, managers requiring a technical edge, business application programmers, help desk analysts, end user training and support personnel, process consultants, user liaisons, and business system analysts.
Students will also benefit from the required professional internship experience in the management information technology field. In order to complete the Major in Management Information Technology, students will also complete concurrently all of the requirements for the Major in Business and Commerce.
To complete the major in Management Information Technology, students will also complete concurrently all of the requirements for the major in Business Administration.
Required courses: 21 semester hours
Required Management Information Technology courses: 13 semester hours
|BUS3520||Advanced Software Applications (3)|
|BUS3540||Current Issues in MIT-People / Data (3)|
|BUS4590||Advanced Topics in Information Technology (3)|
|CSC1500||Computer Science I (4)|
|BUS3810,4810||Selected Topics (2-4 with approval of program chair)|
|BUS 4940||8 semester hours|
The internship experience must be completed during the junior and senior years.
Selected Courses: 3 Semester hours
|COM3240||Public Relations (3)|
|BUS3940||Business Internship (3)|
|*with approval of program chair|
For the B.S., the following 9-10 semester hours are required in addition to the requirements for the B.A. for majors in Business and Commerce, Accounting, Business Administration, Finance, Marketing, Management Information Technology, and Organizational Management.
When students are completing the Management Informational Technology major and an additional business-related major, the B.S. designation will be assigned to the additional business-related major.
|BUS3510||Operations Research (3)|
|ECN3300||Business Statistics (3)|
|MTH2120||Calculus for Management & Sciences (3)|
|MTH2210||Calculus I (4)|
NOTE: Supporting coursework in computer science, sociology, psychology, writing, and philosophy is strongly recommended by the faculty.