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Operations Management and Information Systems: Management Information Systems (MIS) Minor
Professors: Narendra Agrawal (Associate Dean of Faculty), Manoochehr Ghiassi, Chaiho Kim (Joseph S. Alemany Professor), Steven Nahmias, Stephen A. Smith, S. Andrew Starbird (Dean of the Leavey School of Business)
Associate Professors: George Cai, Andy A. Tsay (Department Chair)
Assistant Professors: Ram Bala, Yasin Ceran, Tao Li, Haibing Lu, Sami Najafi-Asadolahi, David K. Zimbra
Undergraduate study in the Department of Operations Management and Information Systems (OMIS) explores the use of computer information systems and analytical decision-making methods in organizations. Essential to the conduct of business, these skills equip the department's majors and minors to design, implement, and evaluate systems central to an organization's success.
In addition to the major in management information systems (MIS), the department offers an MIS minor for nonbusiness and non-MIS majors, and the inter-departmental major of accounting and information systems (AIS).
The department's majors and minors may pursue a variety of careers after graduation, including management consulting, systems administration, technical sales and marketing, operations management, and roles as business analysts in public, private, service and nonprofit sectors. Past graduates have also gone on to various master's degree or doctoral programs, as well as law school.
REQUIREMENTS FOR THE MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS MINOR
Nonbusiness majors and non-MIS majors in the Leavey School of Business may pursue the MIS minor, enabling them to apply a deeper understanding of technology to their major.
The MIS minor has the following requirements:
Nonbusiness students minoring in MIS must also complete the following requirements:
Additional Requirements for Non-Business Majors Non-business majors pursuing minor programs offered by the business school are required to take courses dealing with the basic concepts of calculus and analytic geometry, statistics and data analysis, and core business concepts. The requirements are: