Management Information Systems and Operations and Supply Chain Management Undergraduate Program Information

The Department of Business Information Systems and Operations Management (BISOM) offers undergraduate majors and minors in Management Information Systems (MIS) and Operations and Supply Chain Management (OSCM).

Management Information Systems (MIS): Business organizations depend on Management Information Systems to collect and analyze data on customers, suppliers, competitors, and other inputs, in order to make sound decisions. Students focus on organizing, representing, and manipulating information data using the latest computer-based technology, and are trained to understand computer hardware, software, and computer-based decision support technology. Career opportunities include: Application Programmer, Consultant, Chief Information Officer, Database Administrator, IT Manager, Network Administrator, Systems Analyst/Developer/Engineer,Technical Support Specialist, and Web Designer.

Operations and Supply Chain Management (OSCM): Students learn how to efficiently use resources to provide organizations with quality goods and services through forecasting, managing day-to-day operations, scheduling personnel and equipment, managing quality and inventory, and working with suppliers.  Career opportunities include: Materials Controller, Operations Manager, Production Planner, Inventory Manager, Project Analyst, Quality Control Officer, Risk Analyst, Security Supervisor, and Scheduling Coordinator.

 

Undergraduate Program Information

Admission and Progression Requirements, and all Program Requirements can be found in the Undergraduate Catalog. Please see the information below:

Pre-Business

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Majors

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Early Entry Programs

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Academic Plans of Study