Systems and Technology
The Department of Systems and Technology houses five programs – Aviation Management, Business Analytics, Information Systems Management, Professional Flight Management, and Supply Chain Management. All of these programs are offered at the undergraduate level. A graduate certificate may be obtained in Business Analytics. Masters and Doctoral degrees are also offered in the Information Systems Management program.
Aviation Management graduates understand the operational aspects of the aviation industry and are qualified to work in a broad variety of aviation related fields.
Business Analytics graduates learn how to apply analytical techniques to business problems and how to communicate the results of their analyses to the problem stakeholders.
The Information Systems Management programs educate students to lead organizational change projects in improving and transforming business processes and in designing and creating new, innovative digital products and services.
Professional Flight Management students graduate with a working knowledge of the aviation industry and may pursue a career as a professional pilot.
Supply Chain Management students learn how to manage supply chain operations and develop strategies for their continuous improvement.