Information and Technology Management (B.S.B.A.)

Information and Technology Management (B.S.B.A.)

Department Contacts

Chairperson   Margaret O'Connor | moconno1@bloomu.edu

Sutliff Hall Phone 570-389-4121 Fax 570-389-3892

ITM Documents

The B.S.B.A. in Information and Technology Management (ITM) program is designed to educate individuals to effectively plan, design, select, implement, use, and administer emerging information and communication technologies. The program curriculum and instructional strategies provide students with the technical knowledge and skills needed to effectively integrate people, technology, and business processes to support organizational goals.

The ITM major is for students seeking employment in organizations where information technology plays a major role in management, operations, and marketing. Personalized student advising and an opportunity for internships, research, as well as study abroad programs enhance and enrich the educational experience.

ITM Program Learning Outcomes:

Students in the ITM major will comprehend, apply, and integrate important terminology, facts, concepts, principles, analytic techniques, and theories used in the ITM field to analyze complex business situations and develop solutions.

Information and Technology Management Minor

A minor in Information and Technology Management (ITM) provides students with a broad background in ITM. The minor is designed to provide students with the technical knowledge and skills needed to enhance a career in their major discipline. The minor consists of 18 semester hours, 12 of which must be taken at Bloomsburg University.

Career Information and Salaries

ITM majors find employment in organizations where information technology plays a major role in management, operations, and marketing. According to 2009 statistics*, the ranges of salaries in Information and Technology Management are:

  • Entry-level $44,800-$68,750
  • Mid-management $89,300-$123,000
  • Director $70,130-$182,724 with a median salary of $96,100

*Obtained 7/29/09 from CareerBuilder.com