The Information Systems (IS) discipline brings together many disciplines to provide us a framework to think about technology in the context of individual and organizational decision making -- cognitive science, industrial psychology, human factors, management/organizational theory, accounting, finance, marketing, computer science, etc. In our department we strive to prepare the "future IS manager" who has the ability to identify, implement, and deliver effective information services and solutions within a dynamic marketplace. In our curriculum, we attempt to afford students the opportunity to learn, introspect, and discuss issues that relate to the design, development and management of information technology and services. At the same time, what we expect from our students is an urge to learn, an interest and willingness to be challenged and to challenge traditional approaches to solving business problems.
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