BSTM

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
IN BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

YOU’RE A NATURAL LEADER WITH A KNACK FOR BUSINESS DYNAMICS WHO DOESN’T MIND GETTING HIS HANDS DIRTY WITH HARDCORE SOFTWARE.


The BSTM program is an IT management degree designed to hit the sweet spot between information technology and business analysis.

WHO IS THE TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM FOR?

Software projects need a leader to sort through all of the competing interests between the devs, marketing gurus, and finance experts. You have to be a techie who can communicate to all kinds of people. 

If you're an alpha geek who enjoys the challenges of managing a diverse team to deliver a technical product or project, and if you have a natural aptitude for problem solving and keeping things running smoothly, the BSTM program is for you.  

FOCUS OF THE TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

You'll develop a thorough grounding in IT and a solid understanding of the principles of systems analysis, project management, group dynamics, and business modeling, while taking courses in programming, business process and analysis, and quality assurance. You'll learn how to manage complex, technical projects and bridge the gap between a highly technical team of IT developers and skilled business developers.

TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT PROJECTS AND ROLES

With a business technology degree from Neumont, you’ll not only learn the ins and outs of the business of technology, but will work in team-based environments getting hands-on experience being a leader as well. You’ll assume the role of:

  • Project Manager
  • Business Analyst
  • Data Analyst
  • Organizational Planner
  • Quality Assurance and Testing
  • Systems Analyst
  • Technical Writer

You’ll be working on projects such as:

INTRODUCTORY PROJECTS 

You will learn the basics of computer science as you explore each degree program in your first academic year. In classes like Java, you will work in small project teams mastering the basics. 

FOUNDATIONAL PROJECTS

Master the basic foundations of computer programming and business practices.

DEVELOPMENTAL PROJECTS

Apply your knowledge on diverse projects in accounting, web development, and telecommunications. This will culminate in a Capstone Project where you will present your mastery of core competencies in business and technology to your professors and peers. 

ENTERPRISE PROJECTS

Collaborate with students from other degree programs on an Enterprise Project team working with a real company to manage software and web development projects.

Learn more about project-based learning 

TAKE COURSES LIKE
  • Applied Business Systems
  • Leadership & Problem Solving
  • Networking
  • Object-Oriented Programming
  • Telecommunications in Business
TECHNICAL SKILLS
  • Learn to manage projects for complex technical products, like software, databases, and networks.
  • Understand the role of IT operations in various business settings.
  • Learn how to conceive, design, code, and publish interactive content in a variety of formats.
  • Develop a broad range of experience in technologies including: HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, Java, and more.
PROFESSIONAL SKILLS
  • Develop professional writing and presentation communication skills.
  • Practice effective problem-solving and decision-making skills.
  • Collaborate with a diverse team to complete a technology-focused project. 
  • Learn project management techniques for maximizing efficiency and resources.
  • Gain an understanding of software development in the context of business.
CAREER OPTIONS
  • Business Analyst
  • Quality Assurance Engineer
  • Project Manager
  • IT Director
  • Eventually, CIO or COO
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