A Business Technology (BTE) degree from nationally-ranked Miami University is your pathway to opportunity.
NEW! Bachelor of Science in Commerce! See what's available starting fall, 2015. View the curriculum sheet for the small business management major.
Looking for other bachelor's degree options? Check out the BTE Organizational Leadership Concentration and the Cross Cultural Leadership Concentration in the Bachelor of Integrative Studies (BIS) degree.
Choose from four relevant, rigorous options in Business Technology.
Select the individual links to view the curriculum sheets for each degree:
Read the May, 2015 BTE Newsletter
Please see a Business Technology Advisor often!
To schedule an advising appointment contact:
Jackie Webb, webbj@MiamiOH.edu, 513-785-7706
The department of Business Technology offers a number of scholarships. These scholarships are available for those students who have declared one of the Business Technology degrees as their major or BTE graduates pursuing the Organizational Leadership Concentration of the BIS degree. Applications for the 2016-17 academic year will be available in January, 2016.
Download the current BTE brochure (PDF).
Download the spring 2013 newsletter (PDF)
Download the fall 2012 newsletter (PDF)
BTE awarded Military/Veteran Friendly Designation
The Department of Business Technology is the first Military/Veteran Friendly Academic Department on the regional campuses. Contact Jackie Webb, firstname.lastname@example.org, 513-785-7706, to schedule an appointment to meet with one of our designated Military/Veteran advisors.
Education pays in higher earnings and lower unemployment rates. Read more.
Cincinnati State and Miami Sign Agreement to Align Hospitality Management/Integrative Studies Programs
Cincinnati State students who graduate with an associate degree in Hospitality Management now have a seamless pathway to the Organizational Leadership bachelor’s degree program at Miami University’s regional campuses. Read more.
Research Among Students Shows Satisfaction with BTE Program
Miami’s Applied Research Center recently conducted a web-based survey asking BTE students and graduates to evaluate the BTE program, faculty, course availability/scheduling and how well BTE was meeting their identified learning objectives. Overall, most respondents expressed satisfaction with the BTE Program. Read more.
Credit for CLEP tests
Business Technology accepts a number of CLEP (College Level Examination Program) tests for credit with satisfactory scores. Contact Academic Advising at the Hamilton campus and call 513.785.3129 to schedule a CLEP test.
Credit for American Institute of Banking Courses
Miami University’s Business Technology Department (BTE) will accept certain American Institute of Banking (AIB) courses administered by the Tri-State Center for Financial Training (CFT) toward degrees offered by the University.