BIT Admissions

What is BIT?

Business Information and Technology (BIT) is the use of Information and Technology in an organization. As a student of BIT, you'll learn the best ways for an organization to meet its goals and business challenges. BIT students learn to analyze, design, develop, and implement information technology strategies that enable organizations to be more effective and profitable. You'll learn to manage large IT projects, analyze complex data sets, and design secure and efficient Information Systems.

How Does a Degree in BIT compare?

The University of Memphis offers several degree programs that relate to information technology. Let's compare BIT to some of the other degrees available. The table below will help to show the differences. 

BIT Comparison Table

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Earn your Masters in Information Systems or one of our other Master tracks!
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Interested in a Ph.D.? Start the journey towards your Ph.D. here! 

Current Students

Internships: Are you looking to gain real world work experience? Create a FIN profile and submit your resume to get started .

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Undergraduate Student Services Office: Do you have questions about your academic coursework? Contact the Undergraduate Student Services Office to get advised, request permits, apply for graduation, and more.

Undergraduate Department Scholarships: Information on available department scholarships for undergrads.  Apply early!
Graduate Assistantships: Are you looking for a graduate assistantship as a MSIS student?  Contact your department's academic advisor for more details.
Graduate Student Handbook: Information on faculty, staff and curriculum for students in the MS-IS and Certificate Programs.
Current PhD Students: Click the link to view profile pages of our current Ph.D. students.