Abstract: This chapter aim at exploring the role of five-selected learning models in enhancing business education; as well as testing the key role of information technology in supporting the application of these learning models in the business education field. The effectiveness of an information technology is analyzed through the appropriateness of the technology in supporting a particular learning model. The mapping of information technologies to learning models identifies technologies in which business schools should invest in order to improve their educational environment and quality. The chapter concludes at exploring the learning models used in business education, and the opportunities for implementing information technology to enhance business education. It demonstrates that information technologies can enable the effective application of objective, collaborative, constructive, Cognitive and Socio-culturist learning in business education. Therefore, this paper states that computer-based learning modules enhance the delivery of learning materials by embedding a structure into learning process. Hence, computer-based learning modules are rooted in the objective rather collaborative or constructive model.