The Bachelor of Business Administration program is designed to provide you with professional knowledge and skills you need for success in today’s global business environment. Through liberal arts coursework, you will develop communication, critical-thinking, and quantitative-reasoning competencies and strengthen your understanding of how political, cultural, and economic factors shape our world. The business core courses provide a foundation in management theory and practice across a broad set of business functions, while concentration courses allow you to tailor the program to fit your educational goals.
The Management Information Systems concentration provides additional coursework focused on the foundational technical concepts and issues associated with supporting computer-based systems in modern business organizations. The concentration centers on the planning and design of computing networks, databases, and security systems in helping organizations to effectively plan and deploy resources in global and competitive environments.
The Management Information Systems concentration explores the relationship between an organization’s technical needs and its business requirements. Graduates may be interested in pursuing roles with responsibilities that include leading the cross-functional efforts of IT and operations teams or projects, deploying IS solutions, setting system strategies, implementing system security, and procuring hardware and software, or managing IT vendors.
This concentration is not available in Arkansas, Mississippi, North Carolina, Ohio,Pennslyvania, and Tennessee.