The primary mission of the College of Business and Information Science, as a career-oriented unit, is to provide its students a challenging opportunity for a liberal, technological, and professional education. Graduates of the College of Business and Information Science are expected to be well-informed and responsible individuals capable of succeeding in both private and public sectors in a global and diverse society, with the desire to engage in lifelong learning.
The programs of the College are designed to achieve the following objectives:
To produce graduates with a broad education in the arts, sciences, and humanities
To produce graduates with a thorough knowledge and understanding of their respective fields of study.
To prepare graduates with sufficient knowledge and skill in a field of specialization for careers in the public or private sector, or graduate school.
To prepare graduates who can think creatively and critically, conduct themselves ethically and assume leadership roles in a global society.
To preserve, refine, and develop further the bodies of knowledge already discovered in business, computer and information science.
To discover new knowledge for continued growth of individuals and society and for the enrichment of the College’s instructional and service programs.
To discover innovative applications of knowledge to help resolve problems of modern society.
To provide and support continuing education programs for the community through outreach programs
To provide consultant services to business and the community at large
To conduct seminars, workshops, and other public service activities
Student Learning Outcomes
The student learning outcomes for the College of Business and Information Science are:
To develop communication skills to make effective presentations, prepare reports, and articulate their thoughts and ideas to others
To apply computing and information technology and problem-solving skills to problems and situations
To produce graduates who can think creatively and critically
To develop the ability to function in groups
To develop ethical reasoning skills
To develop an appreciation of the global dimension of business
To develop sufficient knowledge and skill in a student’s chosen field of specialization for success in business and/or graduate school
The Bachelor of Science degree is offered with majors in Accounting, Business Administration, Computer Science, Economics, Finance, Hospitality Management, Sales and Marketing, and Supply Chain Management.