The faculty of the Miller College of Business give you the resources to make connections between classroom theory and real-world implementation.  Our classes are small, so you won’t feel like you’re getting lost in the shuffle.  On average, we have 15 to 20 students in class. 

Internships are a great way to begin building a strong business network and to receive valuable field experience.  Our program will help find local and regional companies and provide all of the resources necessary for you to impress recruiters and hiring managers.  We also offer immersive learning opportunities.  Before you graduate, you can apply what you've learned in the classroom to finding a real-world solution to a real-world problem.  You can make a difference for a business or community partner. 

The Department of Information Systems and Operations Management also provides great resources and facilities. Our Network and Security Lab houses more than 20 computer work stations connected to at least eight servers, running four major operating environments. This give you an extraordinary learning opportunity to assemble and disassemble your own computer networks, conduct security analysis exercises, and participate in innovative information assurance education. You also may get the chance to work in one of our labs as a lab assistant.