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The cornerstones of any company


The business and information technology department combines two of the factors most critical to a successful organization: knowledge of business disciplines and information technology expertise. As a student in the program, you’ll develop a firm foundation in finance, operations, marketing and information technology, whether majoring in business and management systems or information science and technology.

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Business and Management Systems:

Oriented towards students who want to start their own company or work in a fast-paced business environment, our business degrees offer a unique blend of business and technology management.


Information Science and Technology:

Providing the necessary skills to connect people and technology in today’s workforce, our information science and technology degrees educate students in the design, development, and successful application of information systems in organizations.



Movers and shakers

Elizabeth Mulina, sophomore

Getting down to business

Coming into Missouri S&T, Elizabeth Mulina of O’Fallon, Mo., knew she wanted to work in a business field after she graduated. With an interest in the psychology of marketing, Mulina says she’s looking forward to eventually working in international business and technology. And that’s one reason she decided to come to Missouri S&T.

“I wanted a school that I knew I would leave with a job after graduation,” she says. “I knew that putting my education in the hands of Missouri S&T’s professors was a great idea.”

Mulina, who is pursuing a double major in business administration and information science and technology, says she picked S&T specifically because of the business program. [Read more]

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PERFECT FIT

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PHYTOFORENSICS

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