Because information technology and supply chain management are fields that undergo constant change, the ITCSM department provides approaches to continuous learning and the transformative power of technology.
A degree in information technology can lead to promising careers as analysts, programmers and developers, as well as security specialists, project managers and business consultants. Careers for professionals with a degree in supply chain management include operations and supply chain analysis, global supply chain management, production planning, quality control, material management and purchasing.
The semi-annual Supply Chain Day allows students to present work from their capstone class and internships to industry professionals and mentors.
Student orgs » Active student organizations provide opportunities for service, professional development, and interaction among members and industry professionals.
Internships » The best way to gain relevant work experience and obtain career positions is through an internship. Each department in the college maintains information on internships specific to their degrees and majors.
Career outcomes » Information Technology majors have a 98 percent placement rate within six months of graduation, while Supply Chain and Operations Management majors have a 100 percent placement rate. Career information for MBA graduates with an information technology or supply chain management emphasis is also available.
Scholarships » With support by generous donors, numerous scholarship opportunities are available to UW-Whitewater students.
Student Development » Along with experiential learning through student organizations and paid internships, students can tailor their education to their interests and career plans with several emphasis options.
Department Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: (262) 472-1322