Business Administration - Information Management (B.S.)
Information on the Move
The management of vital business information through strategic use of technology is necessary in every business situation. The information management specialization to the business administration degree at Seton Hill will provide you with the background and skills you’ll need to move forward with confidence into a variety of careers related to this ever-growing business need.
Get the Information You Need to Move Forward.
Why Earn a Business Information Management Degree at Seton Hill?
Interesting Courses & Practical Experience
As a Seton Hill business major with a specialization in information management, you can enjoy courses taught by professors with practical experience in the field. Information management courses include:
- Intro to Development
- Intro to Computer Security & Forensics
- Analysis of Mobile Software Systems
- Systems Programming
- Computer Security Networks & Mobile
- Database Management Systems
Coursework will be supported by at least one practical internship in a business setting.
- Collegiate Chapter of the American Marketing Association (AMA)
- Business Club
- Student Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
- Seton Hill Chapter of the Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization
- Seton Hill University Enactus Team
More information on these and all student clubs can be found under Clubs & Organizations.
If you think you'd like to teach business, you can get your teaching certification in Business, Computer and Information Technology at Seton Hill while earning your business administration degree.
Through the FastForward Bachelor’s to MBA Program, undergraduate students in most majors at Seton Hill can earn both a bachelor’s degree and an MBA in five years.
Career Services for Life
With every advance in the area of business technology, the need for skilled computer and information systems managers grows. As a result, career opportunities in this field are expanding faster than average, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Compensation in this field is also above average. In 2017, computer and information systems managers made an average of $139,220. Seton Hill's award-winning Career and Professional Development Center will work with you, your professors, and local, regional and national employers to provide you with the career preparation skills, internship opportunities and placement services you need to keep moving up. And, like the benefits of your Seton Hill education, the resources of the Career Center will remain available to you after you graduate.
The Wukich Center
The Wukich Center for Entrepreneurial Opportunities (Wukich CEO) provides support just for Seton Hill students who are interested in creating a new business.