Information Technology Major

Learning outcomes for IT major

Student seeking a bachelor’s degree in business administration with an IT major are expected to acquire the following learning outcomes:

  1. Students will demonstrate ability to identify the business, functional and non-functional IT requirements related to specific business cases
  2. Students will demonstrate ability to identify the suitable IT solutions needed to conduct business analysis and take appropriate business decisions
  3. Students will demonstrate ability to develop customized solutions to specific business problems
  4. Students will be able to communicate effectively, and to present and defend their ideas, findings and solutions for technical and non-technical audience
  5. Students will be able to demonstrate competence for IT project management using the latest IT methodologies and tools

Curriculum for IT major

Freshmen Level-Fall & Spring Semester

CourseEarned creditsContact hours/week
Intensive General English39
Debating Skills11.5
Calculus for Business34.5
French I13
Algorithms and Data Structures34.5
TBS Organization Seminar01
Principles of Management34.5
Linear Algebra for Business34.5
Financial accounting34.5
Introduction to Microeconomics34.5
Probability & Statistics for Business I34.5
French II11:30
Information System Design & Database33

Sophomore Level-Fall & Spring Semester

CourseEarned creditsContact hours/week
Business English21:30
Managerial Accounting34.5
Introduction to Macroeconomics34.5
Web Development33
Probability & Statistics for Business II34.5
Introduction to Management of Information Systems (MIS)34.5
Business law33
Fundamentals of Marketing34.5
Business Optimization34.5
Principles of Finance34.5
Technical writing23
Advanced Web Development33

For Junior & Senior classes, the student must also choose a minor from other disciplines. A minor includes at least five classes as specified by discipline.

Courses taken for the major in Business Analytics


CourseEarned creditsContact hours/week
Business Intelligence and Database Management34.5
Networking Fundamentals34.5
Object-Oriented Programming34.5
System Administration34.5
Information Systems Assurance and Security34.5
Advanced Programming34.5
Artificial Intelligence34.5


CourseEarned creditsContact hours/week
Management of IT projects34.5
Machine Learning34.5
Blockchain Development34.5
Cloud Computing Technologies and Economic Models34.5
Capstone Project6 or 12NA

The Capstone project is worth 12 credit hours when taken as an internship project. The student may also take a project at the school having 6 credits and must supplement the needed credits to satisfy graduation requirements of 130 credits.

Minor Finance

Junior levelSenior Level
Financial MarketsInternational Financial Management
Corporate FinanceFinancial Statement Analysis
Investments and Portfolio Management 
Reporting Skills 

Minor Marketing

Junior levelSenior Level
Consumer BehaviorMarketing Research
International MarketingServices Marketing
Digital Marketing 
Reporting Skills 

Minor Business Analytics

Junior levelSenior Level
Decision & Game TheorySupply Chain Management
Data Analysis 
Business Data Mining 
Reporting Skills