Information Technology Concentration
The Bachelor of Arts in Business with concentration in Information Technology prepares individuals for supervisory or middle management careers in the IT segment of the business industry. It provides an understanding of basic business and management concepts and principles as they are applied to a variety of organizations.
Upon completion of the Business major and Information Technology concentration, students should be able to:
- Integrate Christian principles in critical thinking and decision making.
- Demonstrate awareness and improvement of thinking and learning strategies.
- Apply business concepts in a business environment.
- Analyze a business operation and provide recommendations for improvement.
- Correlate information technology functions and skills in practical business situations.
Students tailor this concentration to their needs, using the information technology courses available through The Computer Workshop, located onsite in Dublin, Ohio or online in synchronous format. Students will take the equivalence of a minimum of 12 semester credit hours (maximum of 29 semester credits) to customize their concentration. View details of information technology course offerings and dates.
- CM3000 Christian Excellence
- PH3000 Transformed Worldview
- CM3100 Concepts of Leadership
- MG4030 Economics and the Manager
- MG4010 Accounting for Managers
- TH4000 Introduction to Theology
- MG3050 Business Law
- MG4000 Financial Management
- ET3000 Ethics
- MG4800 Management Capstone
- MG3040 Business Information Systems