The business information technology major at Case Western Reserve University Weatherhead School of Management is a great option for students interested in technological applications within a business context. Students will gain competence in programming for business applications, systems analysis and design, database management, and other business processes and information technologies.
What Will I Learn as a Business Information Technology Student?
The bachelor’s degree in business information technology will develop your analytical skills for solving management and business problems. You’ll build a strong foundation in information technology by taking required courses in economics, accounting, statistics, communication, leadership, marketing, and operations research and supply chain management.
As a business information technology major, you will add to the core foundation provided by the bachelor’s in management with the necessary knowledge to be prepared for careers in information technology, programming, systems analytics, database administration, data science and other fields.
Contact an academic advisor to learn more about the faculty, curriculum or the student experience as a business information technology major.