Quantitative Methods & Information Technology

The Quantitative Methods and Information Technology department houses two sub-units.

The ‘Quantitative Methods’ unit helps prepare students with their future careers as managers through equipping them with essential quantitative tools and methods.  Our department offers applied quantitative courses such as business statistics, quantitative research methods, production/operations management and operations research.  These courses aim to prepare management students to be comfortable in using quantitative methods as part of their business decision making processes.

The ‘Information Technology’ unit helps propel the students with the necessary skills to be comfortable in the domain of Information Technology.  Our array of courses includes a primary course in business software applications, computer programming, IT Fundamentals, business process re-engineering, information engineering and many more.  These courses aim to train students to effectively use computers and information technology to their business advantage. Our department prepares future managers to be aware and to be prepared in utilizing technology for further improving business processes and better business decision making.


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