Management of Information Technologies
(18 semester hours)
Modern digital enterprises have created a strong demand for individuals who understand the contributions of information technologies to their success in a rapidly changing economic landscape that is global in scope. This unique minor meets this demand by addressing the needs of two distinct groups of students: those with a strong background in computing or engineering (non-business majors) who need a firm grasp of important business concepts and practices and business students who need a solid foundation in computing or engineering technologies.
A minimum 2.0 g.p.a. is required for all courses in this minor. Courses must be taken for a grade (not credit/no-credit). Early declaration is advised. Students with a strong background in computing or engineering (non-business majors) should contact the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering (205 Benton Hall, 513-529-0340).
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Department of Decision Sciences and Management Information Systems