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Information Technology and Management BS - Academic Experience

(HEGIS: 07.00 COMPUTER SCI UNCLASSIFD, CIP: 11.1099 Computer/Information Technology Services Administration and Management, Other)

Academic Opportunities

Students in this program complete the bachelor’s degree in four years. The program provides the building blocks to move right into your career or choose to continue to our graduate MS in Management Information Systems program.

Experiential Learning

School of Management students participate in internship and experiential learning opportunities. Our exclusive recruitment system, BizLink, is home to internship postings for our students. Every posting is pre-screened to ensure they are related to the curriculum and meaningful in nature. Students are also encouraged to participate in the Career Passport Program for additional engagement with employers and alumni. Programs such as Case Competitions and the Management Volunteer Program provide students with comprehensive and coordinated opportunities for career development, emphasizing interpersonal and social skills required for success in business.

Study Abroad

In an evolving global economy, there is no question that our best prepared students will bring an international perspective with them when they enter the job market. Not only will the experience provide valuable insight from a career perspective, but study abroad is a personally transformative experience. Whether you choose to participate in our School of Management faculty led study trips or from the vast menu of options through the UB Study Abroad Program, you are sure to find study abroad a life-changing experience.

Extracurricular Activities

There are more than 20 School of Management clubs and associations open to our undergraduate students. There are UB chapters of several national organizations including the Management Information Systems Association (MISA), the Financial Management Association (FMA), the American Accounting Association (UBAA), the American Marketing Association (AMA), and Beta Alpha Psi, along with Delta Sigma Pi and Pi Sigma Epsilon (national honor societies).

Students may also participate in the Financial Management Association (FMA), the Minority Management Alliance (MMA), the Society for Human Resources in Management (SHRM), Women in Management (WIM), Buffalo Undergraduate Consulting Club, the Management Information Systems Association (MISA), the Undergraduate Management Association (UMA), and many more; see our Student Clubs Directory for club websites and contact information.

See the UB Student Association webpage for additional opportunities to become involved in the UB community.

Honors and Awards

Awards and honors presented to majors include: Beta Gamma Sigma, the Challen Family Scholarship, the Charles Pearson Fellowship, the Michael Christopher Scholarship, the Hsinchun Chen & Hsaio-Hui Chow Scholarship, the Dean's List, the John G. and Elizabeth Gibbons Scholarship, the Amena and Hatim Nakhoda & Family Scholarship, the Adriana I. Thaler Marketing Scholarship, the Stewart Study Abroad Scholarship, the Arthur and Louise Wasserman Scholarship, and the Robert W. Yendell Family Scholarship.

Departmental Honors

See the School of Management Honors Program for Departmental Honors. Additionally, the top 10% of the graduating class is invited by Beta Gamma Sigma to join their premier honor society recognizing business excellence.

 
Published: Sep 19, 2019 08:11:50