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Department of Information Technology and Supply Chain Management PLOs

Information Technology Management BBA

  1. Problem Solving — Solve technology-oriented business problems by implementing solutions using professionally relevant models, methods, and frameworks.
  2. Analysis — Evaluate business problems to identify appropriate, value-added technology from among current and emerging alternatives.
  3. Project Management — Use sound project management principles to plan, organize, and manage projects.
  4. Application development. Plan, evaluate, and implement secure, data-based application systems that address business needs and constraints applying industry best practices.
  5. Project Management — Use sound project management principles to plan, organize, and manage projects.
  6. Communicate Technical Information – Assemble, develop, and present technology-oriented information from and to diverse stakeholders using appropriate modalities (e.g. written, oral).

Supply Chain Management BBA

  1. Identify improvement opportunities throughout the operations value stream (such reduction in operational waste, increased customer satisfaction) and develop and implement a plan for acting on these opportunities
  2. Apply process improvement techniques using the tools of quality management, statistical quality control, six-sigma, Lean manufacturing and theory of constraints
  3. Use spreadsheets, computer simulation and optimization software to develop decision support models pertaining to operations planning, materials management, scheduling, distribution decisions, and process flow analysis.
  4. Identify and apply the fundamental principles required to effectively manage both the inbound supply network and the outgoing distribution network in an environment that extends the supply chain beyond immediate (tier one) suppliers and customers.
  5. Plan, organize and manage projects using sound project management principles and industry best practices.
  6. Evaluate the impacts of SCM decisions on the supply chain function, the organization, the suppliers, customers and other constituencies consistent with a systems view of the organization and the environment.

Business and Economics Analytics BS

  1. Problem Solving — Solve technology-oriented business problems by implementing solutions using professionally relevant models, methods, and frameworks.
  2. Analysis — Evaluate business problems to identify appropriate, value-added technology from among current and emerging alternatives.
  3. Application Development — Plan, evaluate, and implement secure, data-based application systems that address business needs and constraints applying industry best practices.
  4. Communicate technical information. Assemble, develop, and present technology-oriented information from and to diverse stakeholders using appropriate modalities (e.g., written, oral).
  5. Understand and apply analytical skills and concepts.
  6. Develop data presentation and visualization skills.
  7. Develop an understanding of core business and economic skills.