The Business and Information Technology (BIT) department is uniquely poised within S&T, a renowned technological university, to offer an inimitable education for our students. Today’s businesses depend on technology at every turn, from building a client base to improving productivity, and students in BIT build on relevant technological skillsets to meet those needs.
In BIT you will develop expertise in technology – tools to tackle current business problems. Graduates of each of our four programs (bachelor of business and management systems, bachelor of information science and technology, master of business administration and master of information science and technology) are equipped with the technological skills and business mindsets that employers are looking for. Many of our students intern and co-op with well-known employers and our alumni are sought after by distinguished corporations.
To serve the economic interests of industry and the evolving needs of society in a challenging, rapidly changing, global environment, the department of business and information technology capitalizes on the strong technological emphasis of S&T to enable individuals to excel in a technology-centric business world. Recognizing this rapid evolution of the marketplace, we create and disseminate knowledge impacting the theory and practice of business.
The department of business and information technology strives to yield scholarship of increasing quality and significance while providing an education for creating tomorrow’s leaders in a technologically transformative business world.
BIT's 4+1 and Graduate Track Pathway programs allow students currently working on a bachelors degree to dual enroll in the MBA or M.S. IST program during their final year or final semester and receive their graduate degree in one additional year after completing their undergraduate degree.
We offer both our MBA and M.S. IST degrees on campus or completely online using state-of-the-art virtual classrooms. As a distance student in either program, you can interact directly with your professors and classmates during a lecture or view materials at a later time that fits your schedule. For more information about distance courses, please visit the S&T's distance education website.