Master of Science Business Information Technology

earn this degree onlineThe MS in Business Information Technology is offered by the College of Computing and Digital Media with some course work taken from the Kellstadt Graduate School of Business. Students gain technology management skills and core business concepts to better serve organizations in information-dependent areas. The program provides a solid base for those interested in moving their career forward through management positions in staff/line functions at various types of organizations.

94% of reporting 2016 School of Computing master’s graduates were employed, continuing education, or not seeking employment within six months of graduation

$80,000 average reported salary across 2016 School of Computing master’s graduates

Companies hiring our BIT grads Athenahealth, Elkay Manufacturing, The Nielsen Company, Allstate, Kellogg Company, and the University of Chicago

Positions held by recent BIT grads Business Analyst, IT Project Manager, VP of Product Management, Director of Information Systems and Technology, and IT Manager

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Interdisciplinary Curriculum

Courses with an IT focus cover systems analysis, user-centered design, project management, information security management and enterprise infrastructure. Courses focusing on business skills cover financial accounting, operations and human capital management, organizational behavior, creativity and innovation, and marketing management. Because students gain knowledge and skills in both areas, their education will be aligned with emerging professional opportunities, making them highly sought after by leading companies and organizations in every industry and sector.

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Online Learning

This degree can be completed entirely online. One hundred percent of the program’s lectures—from audio and video to whiteboard writing and supplemental materials—are captured and available online.

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Labs and Centers

Students have access to hundreds of workstations across state-of-the-art labs and classrooms. In addition to these general purpose labs, CDM is host to a number of specialized research labs equipped with advanced technology, software, and experimental tools to support faculty and students in their research endeavors.

Application Deadlines

Enrollment QuarterDomestic Student DeadlineInternational Student Deadline
FallAugust 1June 15
WinterDecember 1October 15
SpringMarch 1January 15
SummerMay 1April 15

Admission Process

The graduate application process involves completing an online application, sending in your transcripts and submitting any supplemental material (e.g., letters of recommendation, certifications, etc.). To learn more about your program specific requirements, visit our Graduate Admission page

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