Operations & ITM Academics
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The undergraduate concentration in ITM is designed to prepare business students for careers as information systems professionals.
The program of study focuses on educating students about the development and use of information systems as decision making and problem solving tools in a business environment.
The ITM supporting area provides students with a concentration in another business discipline the skills and understanding to become an expert user of IT in the business world.
Students who supplement their major with the ITM supporting area will become knowledgeable users of IT and will improve their marketability.
The Supply Chain industry is a 1.3 trillion dollar business. Will you be a part of it? In addition to their chosen area of concentration, business majors may also complete the supply chain management supporting area of study.
The ITM minor provides undergraduate students who are not majoring in business the ability to specify, select and apply information technology (IT) in their field of study.
The demand for graduates who are knowledgeable about the design, development, management, and evaluation of information systems continues to increase.
The ITM specialization requires an interest in working with information technology tools that can further business purposes.
The broad-based managerial skills of the MBA are supplemented with an exposure to specialized skills pertaining to information technology.
The supply chain specialty was jointly designed by industry leaders and faculty experts to combine the broad based managerial skills of the MBA with managing operations and supply chains across an organization.
This unique concentration will help managers face the challenges of tomorrow’s globally integrated businesses.
The Cook School, with its continuing mission to provide excellence in business education, has developed a program to help students develop strong ethical and technical skills.
Combined with the support of our notable Center of Supply Chain Management, the program curriculum is one that prepares students for a rewarding experience giving them the tools necessary to create real and lasting change.
We have identified this as a significant opportunity to make inroads, and the Cook School’s health care supply chain track in our Master of Science in Supply Chain Management program offers a unique opportunity for students and professionals to learn the most up-to-date supply chain management tools unique for the health care industry.
Students in this program not only gain classroom knowledge, but more importantly they will be integrated with industry experts in the health care area to obtain hands-on learning.
The Center for Supply Chain Management offers a variety of certificate & workshops focusing on change management, international trade management, lean logistics, product safety, project management, and supply chain management.
The Post-MBA Certificate at the Cook School focuses on specific areas that Master of Business Administration graduates from AACSB institutions can learn to further their education.