Undergraduate Business ProgramsReal-World Curriculum
In the Fall 2012 semester, IIT Stuart launched a distinctive and innovative undergraduate program, designed for business majors who want to be able to “speak the language” of architects, engineers, scientists, or other professional colleagues. It is an unparalleled advantage in an economy built upon emerging technologies and technical expertise.
Our undergraduate students can earn their bachelor’s degree in business administration with a concentration in one of the many scientific or technology-oriented disciplines available at IIT. For example, you may want to pursue a business degree with a concentration in computer science, architecture or engineering. It’s a new type of business education for those who want to be leaders in a world where technology is the foundation of innovation.
Project-based courses let students continuously apply the concepts they learn in the classroom to real-world situations. This hands-on approach complements IIT’s culture of innovation and entrepreneurship. Programs including Interprofessional Projects (IPROs) [http://ipro.iit.edu/] and Entrepreneurial Professional Projects (EnPROs), and the opportunity to work for start-up companies in IIT’s new business incubator, connect students with leading-edge companies to bring new ideas to market.
Small Class Sizes
Small class sizes mean that your instructors will know you by first name. Students work closely with faculty mentors and industry professionals who bring their professional experience and a passion for teaching to the classroom.
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
The Stuart School B.S.B.A. offers concentrations in finance and marketing, in addition to the option of specializing in any discipline at IIT. Popular specializations include architecture, computer science, and engineering. Click here to see the program requirements.
If you enrolled prior to Fall 2012 or are a transfer student, please click here to see the undergraduate bulletin, which lists curriculum information and course descriptions for the original B.S.B.A. and B.S.A.S. programs.
IIT Leadership Academy enables students to improve their personal effectiveness and professional leadership skills. Through integrated exercises, workshops, seminars, inspirational speakers and visiting business leaders, students learn about teamwork, professional responsibility and working in diverse cultures—skills every leader needs.
Getting Involved with an IIT Stuart Student Organization can help you build your experience. They provide opportunities for networking and future learning.
For more information, please contact:
John R. Twombly
Director of Undergraduate Programs in Business