This concentration consists of the integration of two areas of business: (1) Technology—current information technology and methodologies that enable organizations, and (2) Operations—systems and processes for the production and delivery of goods and services.
The integration of information systems with operations management will uniquely prepare students for the operational challenges of the future.
Active listening skills
Math and science skills
Different learning strategies
Giving advice on business or research
Ability to prepare technical reports
Work independently and on a team
Oral and written communication skills
Understanding of computer programs
Investigating data to solve problems
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Your major is not your career. Of course it can be.
A chemistry major can become a chemist, a history major can become an historian. But it is much more likely that your career choices will be enormously varied, and not tied to a specific major at all.
The 21st century workplace will challenge you to have many different jobs and most probably multiple careers. Your major will provide you a broad range of skills which will enable you to stay marketable in the fast-changing work world.
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In addition to the majors listed at the right, IU Southeast offers a number of certificate programs and academic minors to help students round out or expand their academic profile.
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