Undergrad Business Students

Information Systems and Operations Management Curriculum

A grade of "C" or higher is required for all ISOM (formerly DMIS) major courses.

Information Systems and Operations Management major requirements* (9 credits):

  • MIS 310 Introduction to Database Management Systems
  • MIS 330 Systems Analysis and Design
  • OM 493 (formerly DESC 493)Management of Technology Projects (this requirement replaces MIS 320 starting with the 2007 catalog)

Information Systems and Operations Management major electives* (9 credits) - choose three courses:

  • MIS 302 Introduction to Programming for Business Applications
  • MIS 320 Networks and Security
  • MIS 411 Management and Control of Information Systems
  • MIS 412 E-Business Systems Development
  • MIS 430 Data Warehousing and Data Mining
  • MIS 435 Knowledge Management
  • MIS 440 E-Commerce Business Models and Applications  
  • MIS 462 Honors Seminar in Mangement Information Systems
  • MIS 491 Seminar in Management Information Systems
  • MIS 499 Independent Study in Management Information Systems
  • OM 320 (formerly DESC 320) Supply Chain Management and E-Business
  • OM 352 formerly DESC 352) Methods and Models of Management Science
  • OM 435 formerly DESC 435) Business Process Analysis and Simulation
  • OM 452 (formerly DESC 452) Business Forecasting
  • OM 456 (formerly DESC 456) Quality Management
  • OM 499 (formerly DESC 499) Independent Study in Operations Management

*For course descriptions see the University Catalog.

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