The Information Science and Systems Department is one of the departments in the Earl G. Graves School of Business and Management. All programs at all levels in the Graves School are AACSB accredited. The School is housed in a state-of-the-art building with ultra modern classrooms that have the latest multimedia presentation facilities. The Department offers courses at the Undergraduate level, Graduate level and the Ph.D. level.
- Undergraduate–B.S. in Information Systems
- Undergraduate-B.S. in Services & Supply Chain Management
- Supply Chain Management Elective Courses in the MBA Program
- Graduate Program in Project Management
- Master of Science in Project Management
- Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Project Management (online and on-campus)
- Ph.D. in Business Administration- Major in Information Systems
|I. Technological Concepts:
Computer ApplicationsComputational Thinking-AlgorithmsProgramming LanguagesNetworking & SecurityDatabasesHTMLDynamic Web Technologies
|II. Organizational Concepts:
General Organization TheoryInformation Systems ManagementOrganizational BehaviorManaging the Process of ChangeLegal and Ethical Interpersonal Skills
|III. Developmental Concepts:Approaches to Systems DevelopmentSystems Development Concepts and MethodologiesSystems Development Tools and TechniquesEnterprise Information SystemEnterprise Resource PlanningSecurity & Risk ManagementProject ManagementInformation and Business AnalysisInformation Systems DesignSystems Implementation and Testing StrategiesSystems Integration, Operation, and MaintenanceSystems Development for Specific Types of Information Systems.|
Undergraduate Program in Services & Supply Chain Management
MBA- Supply Chain Management Electives
INSS 687: Management of Information Technology (3.0 cr.)
This course examines contemporary information systems technology (IT) management. It provides a perspective on organizational issues in the application of IT. The course examines the radical changes in information technology that help managers harness the power of new technologies to enable them to make better decisions and more effectively manage their organizations and businesses, thereby enabling them to compete more effectively. Prerequisites: BUAD 521 and INSS 587
IT Elective Courses in MBA Program
INSS 630- Supply Chain Management and Strategic Sourcing
This course introduces students to tools, techniques and strategies for effective sourcing and for managing supply chains. Students learn to use software tools for managing supply chain resources. This course uses case studies and articles to enhance student learning.
INSS 632- Logistics Management
This course introduces students to analytical tools and frameworks related to logistics and distribution channels management. Students learn to use software tools in designing and managing a logistics network. This course uses case studies to augment student learning.
INSS 634- Information Systems for Supply Chain Management
This course introduces students to managerial and technical issues related to adoption and strategic use of information systems for effectively managing supply chains. Students learn to use software tools and techniques to manage enterprise resources. This course uses case studies to augment student learning.
INSS 636- Current Issues in Supply Chain Management
This capstone course introduces students to current issues in supply chain management. Students discuss case studies and review latest academic & practitioner articles. Students work on a project where they deal with a real company's supply chain management issues.