Department of Business Analytics & Technology Management

Home for the college's technology-related courses and programs that prepare graduates with technical skills, such as data analysis, and problem-solving abilities highly valued by employers. International students benefit from our STEM-accredited programs as well.

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Our programs enable students to effectively harness technology to meet business strategies and goals. Our focus is on providing an experiential learning model that extends beyond theory to hands-on, applied approaches.  

Our graduates are comfortable with both technology and business. They can manage business processes, technology, and people to further an organization’s competitive edge by using specialized data analytics software and project management techniques together with knowledge about upstream and downstream supply chain. 

Combining technology, business processes and management, our academic programs develop the quantitative and managerial skills needed to analyze complex data sets and support data-driven business decisions.  

Academic Advantages

Why Choose Our Programs

  • STEM-certified
  • Balance of technical and soft skills
  • Small classes and individualized advising
  • Innovative and state-of-the-art programs and curriculum
  • Knowledgeable and involved faculty members
  • Variety of internship and career opportunities

Career Outlook

We have numerous partnerships with employers across the region. With versatile and valuable degrees, our graduates are highly sought after. 

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The department strives to provide innovative and state-of-the-art programs and curriculum. Our focus is on providing an experiential learning model that extends beyond theory to hands-on, applied approaches. Faculty members in the department constantly refine their skills and course content to provide students with the latest in business education.

Contact Information

Department of Business Analytics & Technology Management

Location
Stephens Hall, Room 301
Hours
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 4 p.m.