Master of Business Administration in Concentration Information Technology(M.B.I.T.)

The M.B.A. program offers the opportunity to pursue graduate-level religious studies apart from preparation for a career in ordained business. Students may choose to earn a Master of Business administration as a preliminary to pursuing a doctoral degree, as a terminal degree for teaching at the elementary, secondary, or community college level, or as theological preparation for counseling or community service, or to cultivate a personal interest in business administration studies.

Master of Business Administration Requirements: 50 units

Common-Core-Curriculum Courses for all M.B.A Degree: 16 units (Required Courses)

The M.B.A. Committee and Students’ Advisors
When a student is admitted to an M.B.A. degree program, the School Dean selects an M.B.A. Committee composed of three (3) School of RTMS faculty members to direct the student’s progress through the degree program and to administer and evaluate his/her exit option, including the M.A. thesis option, if the student selects this exit option. Additional RTMS faculty may join the M.A. Committee as deemed appropriate and desirable by the student and his/her committee members.

MBA in Concentration of  Information Technology Requirements: 50 units

The Master of Business Administration in Concentration Information Technology Committee and Students’ Advisors
When a student is admitted to an M.B.I.T. degree program, the School Dean selects an M.B.I.T. Committee composed of three (3) School of RTMS faculty members to direct the student’s progress through the degree program and to administer and evaluate his/her exit option, including the M.A. thesis option, if the student selects this exit option. Additional RTMS faculty may join the M.A. Committee as deemed appropriate and desirable by the student and his/her committee members.

Common-Core-Curriculum Courses for all M.B.I.T. Degree: 36 units (Required Courses)
Students who have previously completed some of the required courses in the Common-Core Curriculum may select courses from their major’s restricted electives to satisfy the M.A. degree unit requirement.

Master of Arts in Business Administration
Restricted Electives: 36 units

I. Business Major Courses(6 subjects)

1)     EMC 410 Entrepreneurial Finance

2)     EMC 430 Human Resource Management

3)     EMC 450 Digital Marketing

4)     EMC 510 Production and Operations Management

5)     EMC 530 Entrepreneurship and Business Plan Development

6)     EMC 550 International and Global Business

II. IT Major Courses(6 subjects)

1)     EMC 420 IT Infrastructure

2)     EMC 440 IT Strategy and Policy

3)     EMC 460 Project Management of Information Technology

4)     EMC 520 Web-Design Development

5)     EMC 540 Cyber-Security Management

6)    EMC 560 Integrating Technologies with Business Strategies

MBIT Curriculum Progress Map

 

MBIT Curriculum Progress Map (66 quarter units)

Time Business Major IT Major
1st year (24 units)
1st quarter BMC 410 Accounting Theory (4) ITM 410 Information Technology Management (4)
2nd quarter BMC 420 Management of Organizational Relationships (4) ITM 420 Information Security Management (4)
3rd quarter BMC 510         Marketing Management (4) ITM 510 Information and Communications Systems and Networks (4)
2nd year (24 units)
1st quarter BMC 520 Research Methodology (4) ITM 520 Data Science and Machine Learning (4)
2nd quarter Two (2) Elective courses (8)
3rd quarter Two (2) Elective courses (8)
3rd year (18 units)
1st quarter One (1) Elective course (4) EOC 410 Research and Writing (4)
2nd quarter EOC 420 Preparation of Project (4) or EOC 430 Preparation of Thesis (4)
3rd quarter EOC 510 Project or Thesis (6) or EOC 520   Project or Thesis (6)
Total Graduation Requirements 66 units