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Undergraduate Programs

In the Business and Information Technologies (BITE) undergraduate program area, you can choose from majors in business and marketing education, and information technologies, each of which will help you open doors to an exciting and fulfilling future. The graduate programs build on these majors and are available for students who are looking for career advancement within the discipline and in venues such as community colleges, business/industry, and the military.

The business and marketing education program is rich in clinical experiences and designed to produce educators who are innovative, reflective practitioners and who provide professional service to the community, state, and the nation.

The Information Technologies program is to prepare and develop professionals in information technology. Graduates of this program can work in a variety of settings. Jobs include hardware and software support, office management, systems management in small companies, consulting, training specialist for sales organizations or companies, hardware and software sales and service, desktop publishing, website development, or traditional office support positions.

The mission of the BSBE-Business and Marketing Education program is to prepare and develop professionals in workforce preparedness education as in-service teachers for business and marketing and information technologies education. This program is rich in clinical experiences and designed to produce educators who are innovative, reflective practitioners and who provide professional service to the community, state, and the nation.

If you are interested in pursuing licensure in Business and Marketing Education, call Dr. Scott Williams at 252-328-6983 or email williamssc@ecu.edu.

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The mission of the BSBE-Information Technologies program is to prepare and develop professionals in information technology. Graduates of this program can work in a variety of settings. Jobs include hardware and software support, office management, systems management in small companies, consulting, training specialist for sales organizations or companies, hardware and software sales and service, desktop publishing, website development, or traditional office support positions.

If you are interested in pursuing licensure in Business and Marketing Education, call Dr. Ivan Wallace at 252-328-6983 or email wallacei@ecu.edu.

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Our mission is to provide a seamless transition for students both academically and socially by assisting them in becoming fully integrated into the ECU community. Transitioning from one institution to another can be a very difficult and frustrating process. We understand being a transfer student can present some unique challenges and constraints that are uncommon to our native students. However, our office is specifically designed to fit your needs to make your transition into East Carolina University a smooth and successful one. Our over arching goal consists of three key components: educating, equipping and engaging.

  1. Educating prospective and newly enrolled students about the transfer process and how to adapt to their new environment.
  2. Equipping students with the resources and tools needed to be successful academically and socially.

Encouraging student engagement and involvement by connecting them to organizations, programs, and activities that will enrich their lives.

Resources
Information Processing Minor

Consider a minor in Information Processing. The skills acquired in the minor include hardware, software programs, office management, technical training, and web site design and maintenance. The Information Processing minor requires 30 s.h. of credit.

Distribution Technology: Merchandising Minor

Consider a minor in Distribution Technology. The skills acquired in the minor include knowledge in finance, business, communications, merchandising, promotion, selling, ecommerce, and web site design and maintenance.


Contact the College of Education

For More Information, contact:

Program Coordinator
2312 Bate Bldg
Mail Stop 519
252-328-6983
Fax 252-328-6535

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