Information Technology and Analytics (B.S.B.A.)
Information Technology and Analytics (ITA) prepares students to strategically evaluate and implement information technology resources of an organization. The program emphasizes the digital tools and knowledge to transform, innovate, and impact business strategy.
- Degrees & Offerings
- Program Contact
Chair of the Technology, Analytics, and Workforce Learning, Associate Professor
The information technology and analytics degree prepares you for careers realizing that information technology plays a major role in organizations. Our program offers:
- student involvement with real-world hands-on examples and projects to bridge the gap between academia and practice
- student engagement with experiential learning experiences
- student internship opportunities
- doctoral qualified faculty with real-world industry experience and scholarly publications
- evolving and growing curriculum to meet the needs of a 21st century global society
- excellent job placement rates (More than 96% of graduates secure positions in the ITA field)
ITA graduates learn the practical skill that employers want:
- Median annual wage $100,000-plus
- One of the fastest growing occupations in the United States
Courses and Curriculum
- Develop business acumen through completion of the B.S.B.A business core.
- Examine the procedural design and development of business applications.
- Appraise IT and analytics trends, tools, and challenges.
- Apply emerging technologies and methods to manage and exploit the value of structures and unstructured data.
- Analyze strategic innovation in the interface between websites and databases.
- Examine analytics techniques to transform data into insights.
- Demonstrate project management techniques and applications for information systems, healthcare, finance and business projects.
- Evaluate emerging technologies and methods for a comprehensive cybersecurity management plan.
The Husky Difference
Information Technology and Analytics Contacts
Carolyn LaMacchia, Ph.D.
- Chair of the Technology, Analytics, and Workforce Learning, Associate Professor
Loreen M. Powell, Ph.D.
Yucheng Chen, Ph.D.
- Assistant Professor
Edward C. Keller, D.Ed.
- Interim AVP for Technology
- Secretary of the Department of Accounting and Business Law, and Technology, Analytics, and Workforce Learning
Scott Mehall, Ph.D.
- Assistant Professor Department of Technology, Analytics, and Workforce Learning
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