Information Technology Management
Information technology (IT) is part of everyday business, although you might not realize it. For example, supermarkets often use a database to keep track of which products sell best together, so that they can place those products near each other on the shelf for the convenience of the customer and to improve sales. A manager of an online music store relies on network communication hardware, web applications, mobile apps, and business processes to ensure that orders are fulfilled efficiently and effectively.
As an information technology management major, you will be prepared to apply biblical principles of excellence, stewardship, servant leadership, and humility as you successfully guide IT projects to completion, ensuring that projects are on time and within budget.
You will also develop problem-solving skills for software development, database management, networks, information technology architecture, and more.