In line with the University's commitment to "theory and practice", the College of Business and Information Technology is committed to preparing ethical business leaders capable of facing challenges and opportunities of the global economy. The foundation of our business education rests on four pillars: student-centered, ethical leadership, urban setting, and interdisciplinary programs.
Student-Centered: Our commitment to student-centered education encompasses all aspects of the educational experience, particularly quality teaching and excellent faculty, student service, and academic support.
Ethical Leadership: Motivated by our commitment to the education of the whole person, intellectually, morally, and socially, we provide a rigorous and integrated business education for ethical and socially responsible leadership.
Urban Setting: We're located in Southfield in the heart of southeastern Michigan, which has more than 9,000 businesses and over 100 "Fortune 500" companies. Our students learn in a dynamic urban community and gain valuable experience that only a major metropolitan area offers. The quality and diversity of the student body, together with our location, provides students with an educational experience that prepares them for an increasingly diverse workplace.
Interdisciplinary Programs: As stated by Peter Senge, "good results in a complex system require integrating as many perspectives as possible." Our business programs are organized to cut across subject-matter lines, bringing together various aspects of the curriculum into meaningful association. You get more than just theories and equations at Lawrence Technological University. You are exposed to tools and practical experiences you will need to realize your dreams. Founded in 1952, LTU's College of Business and Information Technology has more than 10,000 alumni. For a school its size, the College has produced a large number of alumni prominent not only in Michigan but throughout the United States and the world.
After you have checked out our website, I encourage you to come by and visit us here on campus and meet the individuals who make the College of Business and Information Technology such a unique place.
Bahman Mirshab, PhD