Information Systems and Operations Management
Information Systems provides training in such skills as computer programming, database design, and analysis and design. Students receive training in software/systems development and can opt for specific training as a data analyst to cover such skills as extracting, cleaning, and analyzing data.
Operations Management targets the production of goods or the provision of services. Offering such topics as Purchasing, Logistics, Quality Management and Project Management, and culminating in a capstone course in Global Supply Chain Management, the program prepares students for leadership roles in a wide variety of organizational settings.
Companies worldwide aggressively recruit graduates for positions as systems developers, programmer/analysts, database managers, operations managers, quality managers, and consultants. These are among the job titles projected to have the greatest demand in the new millennium.
REASONS TO STUDY INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
- In-Depth, Technical Expertise To Stress A Holistic View Of Data
- Think Big…Data Analysis
- Think Broad…Web And Social Media
- Think Smart…Machine Learning
- Go Deep…In Technical Expertise
- Go Wide…In A Variety Of Applications
- Go Strong…Relevant To A Diverse Industry Set
Main Office Number:
Dr. Radha Mahapatra, Department Chair
Dr. Santoso Budiman, Clinical Associate Professor, Graduate Advisor MSBA
Dr. Kay-Yut Chen, Professor, Ph.D. Program Coordinator, Statistics and Operations Management (Business Administration)
Dr. Carolyn Davis, Clinical Full Professor, Graduate Advisor MSIS
Dr. Jingguo Wang, Ph.D. Coordinator