"When I moved in the US a little over five years ago, Wright State was the obvious choice for me according to friends, family, and even strangers! I transferred my credits very easily with help from the University Center for International Education. Supply Chain Management was the best option for me since I want a career in purchasing."
The Information Systems and Supply Chain Management Department (ISSCM) in the Raj Soin College of Business at Wright State University offers leading edge degrees in two of the highest demandand highest paid business fields. We offer undergraduate programs in Management Information Systems (MIS) and Supply Chain Management (SCM).
We also offer two graduate programs a Master of Information Systems (M.IS) and a Master of Science in Logistics & Supply Chain Management (MLSCM).
These programs are fully accredited under the Raj Soin College of Business AACSB accreditation. In 2006, our Bachelor of Science program in Management Information Systems was the first business school program in the state to be accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET). We were among the first twenty business programs in the U.S. to achieve this accreditation.
ISSCM Linked In Group
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Digital Mixer LINK
Tuesday, February 17, 2015, 4pm - 6pm, Berry Room
Invited Speakers: CareSource on Analytics
Thursday, February 26, 2015, 6:30pm
Invited Speaker: Brent Probasco
Monday, March 9, 2015, 6:30pm
Two Professional Fields:
Information Systems (IS). Businesses depend on data and valuable information to make effective decisions. With the insights discovered, IS are used to achieve strategic business goals.
Supply Chain Management (SCM). The world is one big supply chain. SCM is an essential element to operational efficiency. It manages the network of interconnected businesses of products and services required by customers.
Our programs include:
B.S. Management Information Systems
B.S. Supply Chain Management
Minors in MIS and SCM
Master of Information Systems
Master of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Start Your Career Here. Technology and supply chain are the engines of businesses. There is a high demand for these business professionals in the workforce. You will solve business problems and create new opportunities with technology. You will improve business operations that impact all sectors and industries.
We offer analytics driven curricula in the two fields of professionals – Information Systems and Supply Chain Management. Our degrees provide smart career choices with increasing demand for IS and SCM professionals in all industries. Our Bachelors graduates’ average starting salary is $57,000 for entry level IS and SCM positions. Master students’ capstone projects can achieve $500,000 or more benefits for sponsoring companies and organizations.
Our student clubs, the undergraduate MIS Club and SCM Club host professional events on a regular basis. To receive information, please contact the ISSCM office in Rike Hall 251 or at 937-231-6258.
On December 19, 2014 we graduated 23 students from the Master in Information Systems and Master of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management. The Graduates received their master’s hoods and were congratulated by Dean Ayres from the Graduate School and Dean Li of the Raj Soin College of Business. We awarded this year’s Outstanding Student for each program. Nathan Seim was selected from the faculty for the Outstanding M.IS Graduate and Karen Hamby was selected for the Outstanding MSLSCM Graduate. Mr. Seim stated that “interacting with the interesting faculty” was what made his program memorable, while Ms. Hamby stated that it is important to “rely on your cohort . . . and it is worth it in the end”. Congratulations to our December 2014 Graduates. We are currently accepting applications for or Fall 2015 Cohort.
Click here to view the current ISSCM Advisory Board.
|Mikki Clancy||Miami Valley Hospital|
|Bob Goodman||Peerless Technology|
|Bill Harris||Honda of American Mfg, Inc.|
|Donald Hopkins (Chair)||Retired as CIO Int'l Game Technology and NCR|
|Jeff Kyler||Siemens PLM Software|
|Paul Moorman||NewPage Corporation|
|Brent Probasco||R+L Carriers|
|Ben Rhinehart||Crown Equipment Co.|
|Diana Tullio||Standard Register|
|Jeff VanFleet||Lighthouse Technologies|
The ISSCM department offers the following scholarships:
|Info Systems & Operations Management Scholarship (550783)|
|Barbara & Carl Denison Endowed Scholarship (511479)|
|Dwight Smith-Daniels Memorial Scholarship|
|Joseph Coleman Memorial Scholarship|
|Info Systems & Operations Management Program Fund (550352)|
|Logisitics & Supply Chain Management Executive Program (550551)|
Students now have one-stop application for all scholarships on campus. To submit your application, please visit Scholarship Page.
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Department of Info. Systems & Supply Chain Management
251 Rike Hall
3640 Colonel Glenn Highway
Dayton, OH 45345-0001
Phone: (937) 775-2895