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Information Technology Management

Department of Information Technology Management
BusAd E-303
2404 Maile Way
Honolulu, HI 96822
Tel: (808) 956-7430
Fax: (808) 956-9889
E-mail: itmguest@cba.hawaii.edu
Web: www.cba.hawaii.edu/itm

Faculty

*Graduate Faculty

*R. H. Sprague, DBA (Chair)—information systems
*T. Bui, PhD—information systems
*H. M. Chen, PhD—information systems
*W. G. Chismar, PhD—information systems
*E. Davidson, PhD—information systems
*F. N. Kazman, PhD—information systems
*R. E. Lamb, PhD—information systems
*R. R. Panko, PhD—information systems
*D. Port, PhD—information systems
*W. E. Remus, PhD—decision sciences
*R. G. Worthley, PhD—statistics

Degrees Offered: BBA in management information systems

The Academic Program

The focus of the Department of Information Technology Management (ITM) is the use of information technology and quantitative methods to improve the management of organizations.

Undergraduate Study

BBA in Management Information Systems

The subject of management information systems (MIS) encompasses the entire system of information flows in an organization. It addresses the design, development, and implementation of the “information-based nervous system” for the organization. It deals with information as an organizational resource and information-related management functions at the operational, tactical, and strategic levels. Upon graduation, the MIS major is qualified for positions such as information analysts/programmers in organizations, field service and marketing representatives for information technology companies, and consultants who provide services to organizations about information system development. The market demand for MIS students continues to grow.

Requirements

  • ITM 352, 353, 354, 366, 431
  • One technical elective. The technical elective may be used to meet the college’s non-introductory elective requirement, but it must be taken with A-F grading.

ITM Courses