University of Florida
Master of Science in Information Systems & Operations Management - Supply Chain Management
The University of Florida’s Master of Science in Information Systems and Operation Management, focusing on Supply Chain Management, or MS-ISOM (SCM), is completed primarily in an online classroom. The MS-ISOM (SCM) program is delivered by the university’s College of Administration, administered under the Center of Supply Chain Management, and made possible through the Department of Information Systems and Operation Management. This hybrid program is designed to provide students with the computing, quantitative, and applications skills that are vital to a business problem-solving settings.
The curriculum for the MS-ISOM (SCM) program consists of a minimum of 36 credits, or 12 courses, and the curriculum takes approximately two years to complete. The ISOM program requirements span traditional disciplines to produce this multi-disciplinary major. This course of study may be excellent for students with a variety of backgrounds, including business administration and engineering. This particular program doesn’t require a thesis, but does require students to visit campus for an orientation session and proctored exams on the Gainesville campus once a semester. Students will receive this advanced education through a variety of mediums, including the Internet, DVD’s, podcasts, and the aforementioned in-class proctored exams. Graduates of this program have gone on to work as decision Support Specialists, Information Systems Specialists, and Systems Analysts.
Accreditation & Licensing
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
On-campus orientation; In-class Proctored Exams are held once a semester in Gainesville, FL
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