Undergraduate Programs

Enroll in one of our undergraduate programs, and you will have one-of-a-kind, hands-on learning opportunities and benefit from access to leading-edge technology and collaboration with faculty mentors on student-driven teams and projects, including the Network Security Lab and the Cluster Computing Research Project—the only one of its kind in a business college.

Depending on how you would like to manage important information, you can major in computer information systems (CIS), computer technologylogistics and supply chain management (LSCM) or business analytics (BA).

At Ball State, you will have special opportunities in studying abroad and working with professors to solve a business organization issue. As an ISOM major, your career opportunities are limitless in the information technology age.

Learn more about our undergraduate programs of study.

Graduate Programs

Enroll in one of our 100 percent online graduate programs, and you will have maximum flexibility with multiple track options depending on your professional goals. These graduate programs are HLC (NCA) accredited and taught by professors who are leaders in their fields.

Learn more about our graduate programs of study including the Master of Arts in Career and Technical Education and the Master of Arts in Business Education.

In addition to these two graduate programs of study, there are three licensure options (Non-Degree Programs) including the director of career and technical education, career and technical education with a business services and technology license addition, career and technical education with a marketing addition.

About Us

We are part of the Miller College of Business (MCOB) with a variety of undergraduate, graduate, associate and certificate programs in all areas of business, from accounting to economics to finance and computer information systems.

In addition to top-notch instruction, we have great facilities and technology on a vibrant campus in Muncie, Indiana. We offer a supportive environment and living-learning communities for freshmen.