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Guide for researchers in the Business Information and Technology Department

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University of Memphis Business Information & Technology Department

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The Business Information and Technology Department offers majors or concentrations for degrees including the Bachelor's (BBA)Master of Science (MS), and the Doctorate (Ph.D.). Qualified undergraduate students can apply for the Accelerated Bachelors/Master's Program in Information Systems (BBA/MS). The Department also offers several four-course Graduate Certificate Programs – Data Analytics for TechnologyData Analytics for ManagementInformation Assurance (Cybersecurity)Project Management, and Software Testing. The college's Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree program also includes MIS courses, some of which are required for the degree and others that serve as electives.

Fogelman BIT is a nationally and internationally recognized program. The dedicated BIT faculty members prepare graduates for local and global positions in the fields of information technology management, data analytics, and cybersecurity. It is the only business college in the Memphis area that is fully accredited by the prestigious AACSB.

The faculty have Ph.D.'s from top schools around the country, and many have worked in senior IS positions in the business world, specializing in technology innovation, electronic commerce, systems development and testing, database management, and the management of information systems in contemporary organizations

In addition to a strong emphasis on excellence in teaching, the BIT Department faculty are involved in extensive research projects and other scholarly activities, such as working on funded grants, writing textbooks, and working with business organizations in various capacities.