Department of Operations and Information Systems
The Department of Operations & Information Systems understands it’s one thing to create complex information systems and processes, and it’s another to know how to manage them in a way that makes a business more efficient, effective, and competitive. Employees with these skills are considered invaluable assets to any company and are often are some of America’s best-paying jobs.
Housed within the Department of Operations & Information Systems are two distinct fields of study that offer several degree options: Information Systems and Operations & Supply Chain.
This strong curriculum helps students acquire the tools and training to help organizations leverage technology to solve business problems, innovate,
create new products, and achieve strategic objectives.
The Master of Science in Information Systems (MSIS) program offers advanced specialization in security, software and systems architecture, product and process management, and business intelligence and analytics.
Operations & Supply Chain
Leading companies rely on Operations & Supply Chain professionals to create high-quality products and services while minimizing waste to reduce costs. They are ultimately responsible for running the business efficiently and profitably.
This comprehensive curriculum includes courses in business statistics, project management, business processes, database fundamentals, quality management, operations strategy, and more.
Department of Operations & Information Systems Faculty
Respected as some of the best in their field, Eccles School faculty are skilled teachers, innovative researchers, and global thought leaders who are shaping the strategic pioneers of the future and transforming business practices worldwide. View faculty.
Faculty Research Seminars
The Department of Operations & Information Systems in top scholars to share their cutting-edge research with faculty and doctoral students. View upcoming and archived seminars.
OIS hosts or co-hosts three winter conferences: the Utah Winter Operations Conference, the Product/Service Innovation (PSI) Conference, and the Winter Conference on Business Analytics at or near one of Utah’s fabulous ski resorts featuring winter activities such as downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, and snow-shoeing.
Beyond the Classroom
Operations & Supply Chain Club
The Operations & Supply Chain (OSC) Club promotes career-building activities including career development and resume workshops, world-class company visits, networking events with OSC business leaders, state and national case competitions, renowned industry speaker series, and more.
TEK Club members have the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of IS related activities throughout the year. Club activities are designed to help members learn about information systems career options, improve technical skills, build a peer network, and develop job opportunities.
Department of Operations Management and Information Systems
OIS creates leaders who know how to manage complex information systems and processes.