Business Information Technology Web Site
The faculty of the Business Information Technology department is
interested in the relationship between computing and business. We teach
courses in several degree programs and work with several affiliated
groups in our efforts to maintain contacts with students and industry.
We have a variety of classes for BBAs and MBAs ranging from hands-on
and development type classes to analytical and strategy-level classes.
Our PhD students use a variety of approaches (economic, behavioral,
& computational) in different types of problem domains (e-commerce,
software development, & supply chain among others). The faculty
lead this research and conduct additional research of their own in many
other areas (information retrieval, human/computer interface, and many
This department is also affiliated with several groups and
The e-Lab is the UMBS’s experimental computing lab which provides the
whole Business School community with access to high-performance servers
that they can use for describing and advancing the state of electronic
and associated forms of business. CREW is a research group that focuses
on the design of new organizations and the technologies of voice, data,
and video communication that make them possible.
- Industry outreach
ISEF & ISIP are groups of information systems executives who are
interested in maintaining a relationship with this department’s faculty
- StudentsThe High-Tech Club and the u-Commerce Club are two
student organizations that faculty in the BIT department advise.