B.S. in Business Administration - Information Technology Management Concentration

undergraduate-programs-concentrations-information-technology-management-slu-cook-businessThe demand for information technology professionals in business is growing at a fast pace.

Changing World. Changing Needs.

The Cook School’s business concentration in information technology management (ITM) prepares business students for careers as information systems professionals. The program focuses on the development and management of information systems in a business environment. Students develop the technical skills and organizational insights required to analyze, design, implement, and administer information systems with an emphasis on the application of web-based and object-oriented information technologies.


B.S. in Business Administration - Information Technology Management Concentration

In addition to fulfilling the requirements for the B.S.B.A. degree, students must complete 18 credit hours in ITM (3000 Level or above) in addition to ITM 2000, which is taken as part of the Business Common Body of Knowledge.

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Course Options

Nine hours as follows (3 credit hours each):

 CourseTitle Prerequisites
ITM 3100Enterprise Applications DevelopmentITM 2000
ITM 3300Database Management Systems ITM 2000
ITM 4100Systems Analysis & Design ITM 2000


Nine hours chosen from the following courses (3 credit hours each):

 CourseTitle Prerequisites
ITM 3450Web Site Design & Development ITM 2000
ITM 3500Information Security Management ITM 2000
ITM 3550Introduction to Big DataOPM 2070
ITM 3700Business AnalyticsITM 2000 & OPM 2070
ITM 3800Project ManagementITM 2000 & junior standing
ITM 3900Applied Enterprise Systems ImplementationITM 2000
ITM 4700Business Data MiningITM 3700
ITM 4900Enterprise Systems PracticumITM 2000, OPM 3050, ACCT 2200, & junior standing
ITM 4910ITM InternshipITM 2000, permission of department chair, & junior or senior standing
ACCT 4250Accounting Information SystemsITM 2000, ACCT 3110 with a grade of C or higher; minimum 2.70 SLU cumulative GPA