- Business and Management Systems
- Information Science and Technology
- Students Opportunities
A degree in business and management systems equips you for virtually any management position where expertise in information technology is advantageous. The program offers a unique integration of the latest information technology trends with a strong foundation of business. Graduates in this field analyze organizational needs to provide technology-enabled management and operations solutions.
Today’s business leaders must be comfortable in a complex digital environment and have the skills to solve problems by efficiently synthesizing, analyzing and learning from vast amounts of information. They must also understand the growing role of technology in business and maximize its efficiency to support business operations and decision-making. Thus, all business majors are eligible to receive a minor in information science and technology without any additional coursework.
NOTE: Current students should consult their degree audit report (found online at mydegree.mst.edu) to view their specific degree requirements. Degree requirements change over time. Students are normally held to the requirements in effect when they began their college studies.
If you are a transfer student or have interrupted your studies for more than two consecutive semesters, special rules may apply to your situation.
Math and Science
Select any five courses (at 2000-level or above) from business, economics, enterprise resource planning, finance, information science and technology or marketing. Click on each subject to see a list of courses under that subject area.
Some courses listed in the catalog are not regularly offered. Contact the department for up-to-date information on present course offerings.
A grade of 'C' or better is required in all of the following: BUS 1110, BUS 1210, BUS 1810, BUS 2910, BUS 3220, BUS 5111, BUS 5360, BUS 5580, BUS 5980, ECON 1100, ECON 1200, ERP 2110, FINANCE 2150, IS&T 1551, IS&T 1552, IS&T 1750, IS&T 4654, MKT 3110, MKT 5310, and all Business Electives.
1 Natural Science is any course in biology, chemistry, geology, geological engineering or physics.
2 Mathematical Science is any course in mathematics, statistics, computer science or information science and technology that is not used for other degree requirements.
3 Fine Arts, Social Science, or Humanities is any course in art, economics, English, foreign language, history, literature, music, philosophy, political science, psychology, sociology or theater that is not used for other degree requirements.
4 English 1160 may be substituted for English/Tech Com 1600
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Even if you have already chosen a major, you might want to consider one of our department's minors. Our minors continue to be among the most popular on campus, and provide you with valuable business and information technology expertise coming out of college.
As a graduate of the business and management systems program, you’ll be trained with fundamental business skills, as well as prepared to use information systems and their associated technologies to make informed business decisions. There are many career opportunities and students benefit greatly in terms of their education and the advantage they have seeking full-time employment once they graduate.
You can earn your master's degree in as little as one additional year after completing your bachelor's degree. Our graduate track pathway and 4+1 programs allow you to complete some of your graduate coursework during your last year of undergraduate studies. This saves you time and money when compared to the traditional course schedule.
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