The Department of Information Systems | Supply Chain Management
The Information Systems and Supply Chain Management Department supports the core Business Administration curriculum and offers two degree programs at the Undergraduate and Graduate level (Information Systems and Supply Chain Management).
The undergraduate academic program leads to the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Computer Information Systems (CIS) or a major in Supply Chain Management (SCM). The CIS degree can also include a concentration in Information Assurance.
The Computer Information Systems (CIS) major integrates business, computing technologies and innovation. Information Systems focuses primarily on the role that information and technology play in creating business solutions. The analytical and creativity skills assist the graduate to design and create automated business solutions. Supply Chain Management is a discipline that teaches students about the identification, acquisition, access, positioning, management of resources and related capabilities a company needs or potentially needs in the attainment of its strategic objectives.
The Howard University School of Business Information Systems and Supply Chain Management program focuses on educating students to create and apply business solutions which integrate information systems technologies and analytical knowledge. Students are prepared to produce solutions of the highest quality through focused study of people, processes and technology in addition to the complete supply chain life cycle. The faculty of the department seek to foster an applied learning environment which supports intellectual curiosity through research and debate, advanced study of business issues, and corporate partnering.
THE OFFICE OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT IS LOCATED AT THE HUSB ROOM 438