The Master of Science in Information Systems and Operations Management (ISOM) Program delivers a learning experience that emphasizes analytics, technology, business, and communication—with a focus on problem solving. Our graduates are sought after by firms in a variety of sectors such as consulting, financial services, technology, and energy.
Students with an Undergraduate Business Degree
- Length: 1 1/2 years
- Credits needed: 36
Students without an Undergraduate Business Degree
- Length: 2 years
- Credits needed: 40
Combined Degree Program
- Length: Approximately 1 year beyond bachelor's degree
- Credits needed: 36–40
Any UF undergraduate with at least a 3.0 may pursue the ISOM Combined Degree Program—where up to 16 credit hours may be counted as dual credit toward both the undergraduate and graduate degrees.
In the Warrington College of Business, graduate courses are organized in a modular system. The modular system allows students to focus intensely on course content over a six-week period with a week break in between. The four modules are conducted over a nine-month period, beginning in fall and terminating in spring of the following year.
Three tracks for an enriching and personalized learning experience:
BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE & ANALYTICS:
Take a deep dive into Big Data. Learn to extract essential and pivotal data that will positively impact your company, and reveal important information on customers, products, and competitors.
Become an "information technology architect." Learn how to design, implement, and manage systems that support a comprehensive IT strategy. In addition to technical competence, you will acquire the soft skills to not only support, but also lead the IT strategy of your organization.
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT:
Master the complexity of logistics. You will artfully simplify the intricate cycle of bringing a product from inception to consumers, and manage.
- Advanced Business Systems Design & Development I & II
- Business Database Systems I
- Business Telecom Strategy and Applications I & II
- Electronic Commerce and Logistics
- Managerial Quantitative Analysis I & II
- Professional Communications
- Professional Writing
- Project Management
- Statistical Analysis for Managerial Decisions
- Intermediate Business Programming
- Advanced Business Programming
Elective & Track Courses
- Corporate or UF Internship
- Business Database Systems II
- Business Intelligence
- Business Objects
- Business Programming
- Data Mining for Business Intelligence
- Principles of Logistics/ Transportation
- Production Management Problems
- Purchasing and Materials Management