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Prof. Sulin Ba

Management Information Systems

MIS teaches skills that lie at the interface between business functions and information technologies. These include highly sought after proficiencies that help you identify technology improvements in business practices including accounting, finance, marketing, operations and everything in between, formulate creative solutions, manage teams that will implement solutions and understand business requirements with the perspective of technologies.

Upcoming Events

Information Management Association

IMA is the student club for MIS majors that helps connect members with company recruiters and professional opportunities. Any student with an IT and business interest can join and pursue career development and networking. Contact us and become a member today!

ima@business.uconn.edu
http://s.uconn.edu/ima

RSS Latest from MIS

  • MIS Case Competition 2017 October 12, 2017
    On Friday September 29th the Operations and Information Management Department (OPIM) held  their annual Management Information Systems (MIS) Case Competition. A total of 10 teams, each consisting of 4 students, presented their business case solutions to a panel of 3 faculty judges. Each team was given 20 minutes to present their solution and another 10 minutes […]
  • Stamford PySpark Workshop October 3, 2017
    On Friday, October 6th at 12pm there will be a PySpark Workshop taking place on the Stamford campus. Participants of the workshop can expect to see the following: Basic Installation of Spark and Python Interaction with Pyspark Shell ( How pyspark works?) Spark Basics and Simple Examples Basics of working with Data and RDD’s Transformation […]
  • 5th Annual UConn BBQ with Cigna September 26, 2017
    Monday October 16th Cigna will be hosting their 5th annual BBQ Recruiting event. The event is scheduled to take place from 2-6pm on Fairfield Way, with a rain date of Wednesday, October 18th. Cigna will be recruiting for their TECDP program, a rotational program where interns and full-time employees are able to try different roles within […]
  • Student Spotlight – TJ Hannon September 26, 2017
    For junior Management Information Systems (MIS) major, TJ Hannon, Information Technology (IT) is in his blood. His father, who works in IT, got TJ started with his first computer running Windows 98 at a very young age and since then he’s never looked back. Multiple business courses taken during high school ignited his interest in business […]

RSS OPIM – School of Business

  • New Business Faculty for 2017 September 29, 2017
    Impressive Professors Bring Strong Credentials, Added Zeal to School of Business Ranks An expert in terror analytics, a marketer who worked for NBC, Pepsi and Disney, and a champion of the volunteer income tax program at UConn are among the newest faculty at the School of Business. “Our new faculty members have both outstanding credentials...  […]
  • Want Better Interoperability? Let Vendors and Providers Charge Fees, One Researcher Says September 21, 2017
    Fierce Healthcare – As the information blocking debate rages on, one researcher is advocating for an unorthodox approach: Allow vendors and providers to charge fees for managing and exchanging health data. Read article
  • HIPAA, HITECH Still Limiting Health Data Exchange Innovation September 21, 2017
    EHR Intelligence – The author of a new editorial on the Health Affairs Blog asserted that federal regulations HIPAA and HITECH— not EHR companies — are responsible for limiting interoperability improvements and obstructing health data exchange. Read article
  • Op-Ed: To Foster Information Exchange, Revise HIPAA And HITECH September 21, 2017
    Health Affairs Blog – We know that when patients are provided with access to their medical records, they feel more in control of their care, understand their health conditions and their care plans better, prepare for their visits, and adhere more to their medications. Despite patient portals’ usability challenges for certain groups of patients and...  […]