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Indiana University Bloomington

Operations & Decision Technologies

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Undergraduate Program

Degree Requirements

Undergraduate students in the Department of Operations and Decision Technologies have the choice of three majors and a co-major:

Many students combine these majors with other majors to broaden their business education and enhance their career marketability. Both operations management and technology management are designed as a complement to other business functional areas including accounting, marketing, and finance. Technology management in combination with accounting, finance, or supply chain management will be particularly attractive for students interested in consulting careers.

Learn more about undergraduate program requirements.

 Information Systems

The IS major is designed to address IT and process issues for operating and managing complex and distributed global businesses through specialized IT and business process models.

*Degree requirements if you entered the Information & Process Management concentration prior to Fall 2014

Prerequisite Courses
Required Courses
Elective Courses

Track 1:  Information Management
Choose 3 Courses:

Track 2:  Application Development
Choose 3 Courses:

Track 3:  Process Management
Choose 3 Courses:

 Operations Management

The operations management major offers career opportunities in consulting or in corporate positions in specialties such as operations, processes, materials management, and quality assurance. It is a perfect complement as a second major to functional areas such as finance, accounting, and marketing.

Prerequisite Course
Required Courses
Elective Courses

Choose two of the following 300- or 400-level courses:

*M342 and M343 are both 1.5 credit hours that complement one another; students who choose this elective must take both courses.

 Supply Chain Management

The new Supply Chain Management major focuses on developing and managing efficient and effective supply chains. Supply chain management is increasingly being thrust to the forefront of business prominence and practice and offers exciting new careers.

Prerequisite Course
Required Courses
Elective Courses

Choose two 300- or 400-level elective courses from the following list:

*M342 and M343 are both 1.5 credit hours that complement one another; students who choose this elective must take both courses.

 Technology Management Co-Major

The TM co-major is designed for students who would like to complement a functional area major such as Finance, Accounting, or Supply Chain Management with a background in Information Technology.

Prerequisite Courses
Required Courses
Elective Courses

Choose 1 course: