Major in Information Technology Management
The major in information technology management is designed to achieve the following objectives:
- to provide a thorough understanding of the strategic importance of information systems to organizations;
- to enable students to identify information systems necessary for effective and efficient operations of an organization;
- to empower students to effectively link business managers with information technology professionals in the process of information systems development;
- to communicate the principles of computerized information systems, including computer programming concepts, techniques and languages;
- to develop skills necessary for the evaluation, development and implementation of information systems; and
- to increase the students’ appreciation of the economic, social, legal and technological considerations present in information processing activity.
For students from other majors, several elective courses provide a general introduction to computers and their applications in business.
Note: Evening students wishing to concentrate in ITM must first contact the chair to discuss course availability.
Beta Alpha Psi
Beta Alpha Psi is the international honors organization for financial information professionals. Its rich history dates to 1919 with chapters installed at colleges and universities where accounting programs are of a high level of academic and professional achievement. Since that time, Beta Alpha Psi has expanded its membership to include top students with majors in either finance or management information systems (information technology management), along with those students majoring in accounting. Of the more than 200 chapters in the United States, Seton Hall University’s Zeta Xi chapter was the first in the state of New Jersey.
Business Required Core
Four-Year Program: Core Curriculum
Arts and Sciences Required Core
Information Technology Management Major Requirements
Students majoring in information technology management must maintain a 2.5 GPA in major courses. In addition, all students must complete the following requirements:
|BITM 3724||Business Information Modeling||3|
|BITM 3727||Advanced Business Software Tools||3|
|BMGT 4560||Project Management||3|
Courses offered in quantitative analysis are designed to give students an understanding of quantitative methods used to solve business problems. Knowledge of these methods is imperative to master successfully the quantitative aspects of accounting, economics, finance, management and marketing. Although there is not a major in quantitative analysis, courses in data analytics, management science, supply chain management and business statistics are offered.