Texas Tech University

Bachelor of Business Administration in Information Technology

IT majors gain the theoretical and applied knowledge needed to learn how to utilize various technologies to support a company's strategic and operational objectives. Students take coursework to gain expertise in technology innovation, business intelligence, web application development, data security, project management, and systems analysis and design. Students also learn strategies for effectively communicating highly complex, technical information to non-technical professionals.

Available Concentrations

Available Certificates

Career Opportunities

An Information Technology degree is highly versatile, giving you the opportunity to work in a variety of different settings.

Systems Development

  • Business intelligence/data science
  • Systems analysis
  • Information systems design
  • System implementation
  • Systems integration
  • Database administration

Internet

  • Programming
  • Software design
  • Mobile app design
  • Hardware production
  • Website design
  • Website administration

Non-Technical

  • Business analysis
  • Project management
  • Customer service
  • Product support
  • Training
  • Technical writing
  • Sales

Network Technology

  • Intranet development
  • Intranet administration
  • Hardware and software design
  • IT infrastructure design and support

Information Technology Job Placement 91.5% 2018

IT Student Organizations

Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP)

Madison Proctor
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Admission Requirements

  • C or better in ISQS 2340
  • 2.75 cumulative Texas Tech University GPA