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Information Systems and Operations Management

As more and more of the world is run by technology, developing the skills to provide the tools, operate the mechanisms, and research new avenues of improvement and innovation become the keys to the future. Information Systems & Operations Management—with its three sub areas of information systems, operations management, and quantitative methods. Find out more on our Curriculum page.

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Reasons to Pursue a Career in Supply Chain Management

1. Supply chain professionals play exciting roles in their organizations. Every phase of a product’s life cycle, from acquisition, distribution, allocation to delivery, falls under the supply chain umbrella. The list goes on and is rapidly evolving with the introduction…

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October 5, 2020

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