Management and Information Systems

Office: 393 Mike Ilitch School of Business; 313-577-4525
Chairperson: Christine Jackson

Information Systems Management Major

Information Systems Management (ISM) refers to the use of computer-based systems to gather and analyze complex information about all aspects of a business. This information is used by managers to make business decisions. Students specializing in ISM frequently pursue career positions as business analysts, data base analysts, ERP specialists, social media specialist, web content manager, and information systems managers. The courses offered in the ISM program emphasize hands-on technical application of relevant software and coverage of  content for course-related certification exams.
 
Management Major
The Management major prepares individuals to compete in a technology-intensive manufacturing or service economy. The required courses have students analyze contemporary management problems, participate in team projects and develop skills in managing people to drive organizational effectiveness.