Feb 22, 2024  
Butler University Bulletin 2023-2024 
  
Butler University Bulletin 2023-2024

Applied Business Technology, BS


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The Applied Business Technology (ABT) program combines Management Information Systems (MIS), Supply Chain Management (SCM), and Data Analytics. The program emphasizes the application of technology to business problem-solving by equipping students with the practical skills needed to successfully compete in a global, connected, and technology-driven world. ABT students develop technological agility and an understanding of the factors influencing managerial decisions, while driving innovation, and focus on the intersection of technology with people and business processes. ABT prepares leaders in business technology with the skills needed to compete in the connected world. There are two tracks for the ABT program: Management Information Systems (MIS) and Supply Chain Management (SCM).

Applied Business Technology Student Learning Outcomes

  • Graduate will be able to:
    • Recognize and apply the necessary balance among people, processes, and technology to implement a successful management information system.
    • Identify, understand, compare, and contrast operations management, logistics, and supply chain management, as well as how these topics are related to and impacted by other business disciplines.
    • Construct and apply appropriate analytical models, tools, and techniques to support dynamic business decisions through descriptive and predictive methodologies.

Applied Business Technology Curriculum


122 Total Credit Hours (Includes Butler University Core Requirements and the above listed Business Core Requirements)

University Electives (12 hours)


LAS Electives (6 hours)


University Core Requirements


  • FYS 101/102, First Year Seminar
  • GHS (6 hours), Global & Historical Studies
  • PCA, Perspective in Creative Arts
  • PWB, Physical Well Being
  • NW, Natural World
  • TI, Texts & Ideas

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