Undergraduate Program Overview ISOM/DSC Concentration
The Oregon MBA The MBA program offers courses in operations management through the Sustainable Business Practices Track.
PhD Program Overview Operations Management Concentration
The Department of Decision Sciences is committed to excellence in teaching and research in the fields of statistics, production and operations management, and information systems.
The information systems and operations management (ISOM) concentration is an exciting series of courses offered by the Department of Decision Sciences (DSC) in the Lundquist College of Business. Our aim is to equip you with the decision-making, managerial, and technological skills necessary to succeed in a competitive business environment.
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Murthy, N. N., (2008), "The Impact of Simulation Training on Call Center Agent Performance: A Field-Based Investigation", Management Science, 54(2), February, 384-399. (with Challagalla, G., Vincent, L., and Sherwani, T.)
Pangburn, M. (2007) "Capacity and Price Setting for Dispersed, Time-Sensitive Customer Segments," Manufacturing & Service Operations Management. (with Stavrulaki E.)
Yue Fang, Department Head
Decision Sciences DepartmentLundquist College of Business1208 University of OregonEugene, OR 97403-1208T 541-346-3265 | F 541-346-3341
The Department of Decision Sciences is located on Level 4 (East) of the Lillis Business Complex.