Craig Hall

Bachelor of Science in Business Education with a concentration in Information Technology (IT)

The Information Technology Concentration provides you with a strong business foundation requiring the same accounting, economics, management, and marketing courses required by all majors in the College of Business and Economics. As an Information Technology student,  you will also enroll in courses such as advanced computer applications, business information systems, and management technology.

What sets the Business Education Information Technology degree apart from most others is that you can tailor your degree to meet your specific career goals. You can pick and choose the IT classes that you are most interested in taking, such as e-commerce, web design, and Internet security, just to name a few.

CLICK HERE for the current IT curriculum guide. Students who were admitted prior to Fall 2016 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 they 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.

For more information, contact the Department of Business of Education
324 Merrick Hall, (336) 334-7657,