Riverside – The Robert K. Jabs School of Business at California Baptist University will offer a Master of Science in Information Technology Management and a Bachelor of Science in International Business starting in the fall.
In total, the School of Business offers 12 program options.
The information technology management program will train students in advanced IT strategies, business management techniques, key management and leadership skills. Additionally, the program will prepare students to work in the information technology management fields of ethics, project management, cyber security, emerging technology and disaster preparedness.
Dr. Tad A. Hove, who will become assistant dean for graduate programs at CBU on July 1, said information is the backbone for any efficient and effective organization.
“The natural migration for the School of Business was to bring the worlds of information technology and management together in the growing field of information technology management,” Hove said.
The international business major will equip students to have a global mindset within international business realms. The program will instruct students how to respect and interact with global cultures and ideas.
“International business is where the world is going and will continue to go,” said Dr. Marc Weniger, associate professor of business at CBU. “Students who graduate with an international business degree will have a significant advantage.”