Information Technology Managment

Study Information Technology Management
at Florida Tech

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The Nathan M. Bisk College of Business is where students learn information technology and how it adds value to an organization. Aligning the strategies of an organization with the use of technology is key to addressing rapid-changes and innovations in the global marketplace. Students learn information technology by focusing on technological drivers that integrate business functional areas for effective and strategic decision-making. Florida Tech’s experiential learning environment, research-based enquiry, and real-world internships lead to a path of career success.

The “IDEAL” Advantage

Innovation, Diversity, Ethics, and Leadership (IDEAL)

Empowering Future Entrepreneurial Leaders to Manage Innovation and Change

The Nathan M. Bisk College of Business unites academic aptitude and active application for students to learn information technology. You will experience firsthand what it is like to be an analyst, developer or project manager. You will learn how to make technology-based decisions with a focus on adding value as part of a lifecycle management approach. You will learn from expert faculty and participate in team projects with an emphasis on relevant real-world assignments. You will experience the use of technology in solving complex problems that typify the rapidly-changing, technology-driven environment facing organizations.

When you graduate from Florida Tech, you will have experienced how to apply information technology in making organizations more efficient and innovative. You will be prepared to take on the technology challenges of the 21st century.

"You’ll need to be prepared to address business challenges associated with technology advances and innovations. At Florida Tech, technology will play an integral role to help you make sound decisions, add value to your work and be innovative as you bridge the gap between theory and practice."

- Christian Sonnenberg, Ph.D.