More About Our Department
The Department of Decision Sciences offers a wide variety of programs revolving around optimizing computer technology, information management and manufacturing efficiency.
Available programs include Management Information Systems (MIS), which centers around information and computer systems; Operations Management (OPS), which helps oversee business practices and improves them; and Manufacturing Supply Chain Management (MSCM), making production processes more efficient and more productive.
Update: New application deadline for MIS concentration and Business Analytics minor. Students interested in applying to the MIS concentration and Business Analytics minor for fall quarter should submit their application by 5pm, October 14, 2016. Students interested in adding MIS as a second College of Business and Economics major/concentration/degree for spring quarter should submit their Double Major/Concentration Form by 5pm, October 14, 2016.
The mission of the Department of Decision Sciences is to advance and disseminate knowledge in management information systems, manufacturing and supply chain management, and quantitative methods. We provide high quality educational programs, publish theoretical and applied research, and serve university, professional, and community organizations.
Each of the professors that make up the Department of Decision Sciences bring unique and valuable training and expertise to the classroom. They're people who dedicate themselves to equip students with the knowledge needed in the ever-changing world of information systems, manufacturing supply chain operations and quantitative methods. Meet our faculty.
Dr. Craig Tyran
Academic Department Manager
Department of Decision Sciences
Parks Hall 343
Phone: (360) 650-3902