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Division of MIS, Price College of Business

Norman, OK, United States
Information Systems

Summary

The MIS division includes a vibrant group of faculty, staff and students, collaborating to develop student skills, research and advance knowledge on information technologies for organizational use.  Since its inception in 1995, the division has grown and thrived as a place for high quality information technology education and research, offering undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs in MIS.  The division has an active industry-academia partnership through the Center for MIS Studies.  Member companies collaborate with faculty in research and teaching, recruit MIS students and help in curriculum development that is cutting-edge.  With this industry support and full engagement of faculty, students and staff, MIS programs are of high quality and are nationally ranked.  The Graduate program is currently ranked in the Top 25 graduate programs in Business Data Analytics in the country, by The Financial Engineer Times (TFE), and the MIS undergraduate programs have been ranked among the Top 20 programs in the nation by US News and World Report.   The doctoral program has a good placement record, is supported by seasoned researchers and the overall research productivity of the division in the last five years in Information Systems Research and MIS Quarterly ranks in the top twenty in the US.

 

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Bachelor Programs

We have a successful BBA in MIS with strong internship and placement opportunities and strong relationship with industry partners through the center of MIS studies. We also have a BBA+MS where students can earn a undergraduate and graduate degree in IT within 5 years. At the graduate level the current emphasis is data analytics but other tracks are available

Master Programs

The Master of Science in Management Information Technology (MS-MIT) program, a STEM designated program, is ranked in the top 25 Business Analytics Program in the country. There are several pathways to complete this program that equips students with technical and analytical skills, as well as business process knowledge that are necessary to help design and add value from Information Technology.

PhD Programs

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Dr. Radhika Santhanam Is currently the director of the MIS division at the Price Colelge of Business at the University of Oklahoma.

Professor Santhanam’s research focus is on enhancing human technology interactions to help employees learn, engage and become productive users of information technology systems. From a micro-perspective, her research examines how user learning and training coupled with system design enhances individual employee competencies, contributes to decision making processes, and augments their interactions with technology. From a macro perspective, her research focus is to identify ways by which organizations can support employees in collectively appropriating the benefits of implementing new information technologies. Her recent research explores gamification systems as a way to learn, and motivate employees to work with technology systems. She has published in journals and holds editorial positions in many leading journals.   Her research complements her teaching interests in decision aiding systems, analytics, systems design, and management of technology. Her research findings on learning technologies, e-learning and collaborative learning directly impact teaching and are incorporated in her course design.

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Dr. Radhika Santhanam Is currently the director of the MIS division at the Price Colelge of Business at the University of Oklahoma.

Professor Santhanam’s research focus is on enhancing human technology interactions to help employees learn, engage and become productive users of information technology systems. From a micro-perspective, her research examines how user learning and training coupled with system design enhances individual employee competencies, contributes to decision making processes, and augments their interactions with technology. From a macro perspective, her research focus is to identify ways by which organizations can support employees in collectively appropriating the benefits of implementing new information technologies. Her recent research explores gamification systems as a way to learn, and motivate employees to work with technology systems. She has published in journals and holds editorial positions in many leading journals.   Her research complements her teaching interests in decision aiding systems, analytics, systems design, and management of technology. Her research findings on learning technologies, e-learning and collaborative learning directly impact teaching and are incorporated in her course design.

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