Information Systems Engineering (ISE) uses information systems to integrate organizational mechanisms, people, and processes for purposes of improving organizational performance. Typical ISE technologies include database management systems, networks, wireless communications, web-enabled technologies, and automatic identification and data collection using bar codes, RFID, EDI, and other such devices.
At Oregon State, IE graduate students pursuing the ISE option apply these technologies to such applications as supply chain engineering, cost management, warehouse management, health services management, and production scheduling.
MIME Graduate Faculty in Information Systems Engineering
Ken Funk • David Porter • Hector Vergara