RIT Croatia introduces a minor on digital business – a topic that is very popular, interesting, contemporary and crucial to today’s businesses. Digital Business represents the impact of new technologies on business practice, products and services. Today, social computing and mobile devices are dramatically changing the behaviors and characteristics that lead individuals and organizations to success. This minor allows students to enhance their major program of study with a focus on these new technologies and their application in business. Digital Business minor is intended for students of RIT Croatia’s all three undergraduate programs: International Business (Zagreb), International Hospitality and Service Management (Dubrovnik), and Information Technology (Dubrovnik and Zagreb). It will be available for the students enrolling at RIT Croatia in the academic year 2014/2015; those who opt for it will be able to take the Digital Business courses starting in their sophomore year. Learn more here
With the start of the new academic year higher education institutions are facing unique challenges that stand to swiftly, thoroughly, and permanently reshape them. When academic year starts with key messages focused around safety of students and faculty, it is clear even to a common observer that students and faculty alike are embarking on a journey like none before.
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In addition to RIT Croatia Freshmen Orientation that took place last week, School of Information from RIT's Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences held an online Global Orientation for its Web and Mobile Computing students in Dubrovnik and Zagreb, Croatia, and Dubai, UAE on Monday, August 31.