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Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major in Information Technology


Learn how IT and business work together in LTU’s BSBA with a major in information technology and become a highly sought-after professional.

The business IT team is the central nervous system of any organization with an important goal – to make sure things get done better and faster. As a technology manager, you can develop strong leadership and problem-solving skills that will make it easy to transition from one industry to another. In this program, you’ll take core business classes such as accounting, economics, finance, management, and marketing, plus 15 elective credits in information technology.

Why Information Technology at LTU?

  • You will share your thoughts and ideas under the guidance of caring faculty who will inspire you through research projects, individualized assignments, hands-on experiences, and more
  • Real-world problems delivered creatively in the classroom will help you become a workforce-ready graduate ready to solve the business and IT challenges of today
  • Expert faculty with research experience in artificial intelligence, big data, data mining, and more will provide you with advanced knowledge and skills
  • Full-time advisors make sure you succeed academically, personally, and professionally

My Teaching Philosophy


Seyed Ziae Mousavi Mojab

All students are uniquely gifted and have specific learning needs and challenges that require experience, expertise, and dedication to help them succeed. Therefore, I provide students with individualized assistance, and support in a cognitively stimulating environment where they can develop their own agency and critical thinking skills. I use real-world examples to expose students to the numerous applications of concepts presented in class and invite students to share their ideas and thoughts about different problems.

Office of Admissions


College of Business and IT


The College of Business and Information Technology is accredited by


LTU worked out great for me to earn my degree while working my way through college. I received my first job in my career field as a computer programmer with a recommendation from a professor. This led to a wonderful career in supply chain and an induction into the Women in Manufacturing Hall of Fame in 2021."

Terry Onica

BSBA '90


median salary for computer and information technology occupations, 2021