College of Business +
Information Technology

Knowledge for tomorrow’s leaders

Choose your b+IT Degree type

Become a smart, tech-savvy leader with the skills to navigate the fast-paced world of business and the vision to forecast for the future.


Only five percent of the world’s business schools are AACSB-accredited , the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide. As an AACSB-accredited school, LTU is uniquely qualified to deliver an exceptional business education.

Where Business Meets Technology

Transform your future with a degree designed for tomorrow’s leaders, innovators, and problem-solvers.

A Bit About CoBIT

The inaugural edition of the e-publication for the College of Business and Information Technology


Business Data Analytics: Turning Big Data into Big Decisions

The magazine highlights the activities of the college as it prepares the creative, innovative, and resourceful leaders of tomorrow in navigating their future successfully and confidently.

Professional Development Opportunities


Leadership Development Workshop Series

Developing critical leadership skills can make the difference between success and failure in the workplace. This leadership development workshop series leading to a certificate in leadership will teach new, recently promoted and experienced managers the skills needed to perform effectively and successfully as leaders.


Donald Fenton

BS of Industrial Management '87

I enjoyed my undergrad education at LTU very much. The lessons, memories, and overall experience has served me well. The faculty gave me a rock-solid foundation of delivered skills and resources and has prepared me for many career experiences that I have had over 3 decades in the industry.

Discovery through Research and Practice

Faculty research sheds lights on some of the most important issues facing the world today.


Apply AI to get answers

Professor Mousavi Mojab uses Artificial Intelligence to find answers to a variety of unrelated questions .


The Great Resignation

LTU business professors study attitudes toward work during pandemic.