Department of Business Education

THE BUED PROGRAM CAN BE COMPLETED ENTIRELY ONLINE!

Welcome to the website of the Department of Business Education, one of five departments in the College of Business and Economics at North Carolina A&T State University. The Department of Business Education prepares business information technology professionals for the ever-changing workforce. The program builds students' business knowledge and enhances their skills in technology, communication, critical thinking, leadership, ethics, and team building. Graduates are prepared for careers in business, industry, government, and other organizations.

The Bachelor of Science in Business Education with a concentration in Information Technology (IT) prepares you for end-user technology positions in business and industry. In this concentration, you can tailor the focus of your degree by selecting IT electives from a wide variety of options including software systems, networking, security, and animation/graphics. 

Click Here to access the University's resources for online students.

Click Here for the department's Academic Integrity Policy.

Click Here Business Education Alumni

For more information, contact the Department of Business of Education
324 Merrick Hall, (336) 334-7657, bueddept@ncat.edu

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