The School of Business and Information Technology offers both undergraduate and graduate degree programs. These are educational programs in the business and organizational disciplines intended to prepare individuals to make sustained contributions to organizations and society in a global, diverse, and dynamic environment, focusing on developing an individual's interdisciplinary problem-solving skills, interpersonal and communication skills, ability to adapt to changing information technology and business environments, entrepreneurial innovations, and ethical and professional values. Successful completion requires an understanding of not only the required business subjects but also modern information systems and internet technology pertinent to e-business applications. To help the students gain real-world experience, an enterprise resource planning tool, such as SAP software, is integrated into the business curriculum. A number of faculty members will guide the students to practice using SAP software and its applications in an enterprise environment. The dean, program chair, as well as the faculty members of the School of Business & Information Technology are responsible for the School's academic affairs.
Objectives: The program is to prepare students with the fundamentals of current business practices, management principles, and leadership skills, as well as modern information technology applied in a real-world business environment.
Objectives: The primary objectives of the MBA degree program are: (1) to provide a knowledge base of interdisciplinary business theories and techniques to the students, (2) to train and to develop students’ practical skills for career development, and (3) to develop the students’ decision-making.
Objectives: The DBA degree program is designed to develop the student’s ability in advanced academic study, practical research, and professional expertise in business administration. The program aims to cultivate leadership in modern global business development and management.