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Decision Sciences

The Decision Sciences department offers core courses in quantitative methods and information systems. The courses emphasize the use of analytical tools and information technology in solving business problems for manufacturing and service sectors. The focus is on the various applications of quantitative techniques and information technology for managers and small business entrepreneurs. Faculty are actively involved in teaching, research and consulting work in their respective fields.

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES
  • Management Information Systems
  • Statistics I
  • Production/Operations Management

Detailed course descriptions for undergraduate programs

GRADUATE COURSES
  • Introduction to Information Systems
  • Macroeconomics
  • Microeconomics
  • Statistical Analysis for Business and Economics
  • Production and Operations Management
  • Systems Analysis and Design
  • Computer Applications in Decision Sciences
  • Database Management
  • Business Forecasting Methods
  • Special Problems in Decision Sciences

Detailed course descriptions for graduate programs

FACULTY
  • Paul Brown, PhD
  • Marcia Daley, PhD
  • Edward Davis, PhD
  • Su Goa, Ph.D
  • Young Kim, PhD
  • Ranjit Singh, PhD