The Master of Science in Information Systems (MSIS) degree prepares you for a leadership career in Information Systems. The job of the information-systems professional is to understand and improve the ways organizations derive value from information. Information-systems professionals have a variety of roles and responsibilities. Business leaders (including Chief Information Officers, or CIOs) focus on ways to nurture and exploit information assets to gain competitive advantage in their industries. Technical practitioners focus on the specification, development, and deployment of new information-related capabilities.
The MBA requires a 30-48 unit program of study that consists of 5 major components – a core of basic business courses, theme courses, courses in the specialization, electives, and a culminating experience course.
Every organization has a value creation system to provide services and produce goods. The primary objective of the supply chain management (SCM) program is to develop business professionals who manage the value creation processes from the supply sources to the final delivery channels to customers.
The curriculum emphasizes the strategic, tactical and operational issues along with the use of applications of quantitative models for managerial decisions in supply chains. The SCM courses offer knowledge in theories, frameworks, concepts, design, implementation plans, and assessment. The SCM program provides the underlying principles in sufficient depth so that students can further develop careers in diverse fields such as supply chain planning, project/program management, process management, inventory management, demand management, sourcing/procurement management, logistics management, quality management, etc.
The MBA-SCM Specialization is a 30-48 unit program of study that consists of 5 major components – a core of basic business courses, theme courses, courses in the specialization, electives, and a culminating experience course.