This major provides you with knowledge in both the business and information technology fields, and will prepare you for high demand jobs in industry such as Systems Analysts, Project Managers and IT Administrators. The combination of business and technology skills will give you a competitive edge in the job market!
Here are a few reasons for you to consider the ITB program at Framingham State University:
Business courses, such as Legal Environment of Business, and Operations Management, are combined with courses covering current trends in technology, such as networking technologies and database management, to create a comprehensive program.
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Industry depends more than ever on the use of embedded technology to achieve operational efficiency, global reach and strategic advantage. The need has never been greater for IT professionals who can evaluate and implement technology solutions for business. According to The Massachusetts Job Outlook through 2008, published by the Massachusetts Division of Unemployment Assistance, "demand for professional and technical workers should increase the fastest of all major occupational groups and generate the most new jobs."
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Technology and Framingham State University go hand-in-hand. We were the first Massachusetts State University to require students to have wireless laptop computers and to create a completely wireless campus. Our wireless computer environment allows you to be connected anywhere on campus.
Framingham State University provides "university learning in a college environment." Personal attention from faculty and staff provides students with support needed to excel in the classroom and on the job. The average class size at Framingham State University is 25 students; the faculty to student ratio is 16:1.
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