The IPM minor is designed to provide business majors an edge in their profession by adding valuable skills in tools, methods and technologies that support information and process management in organizations. Business processes and information technology are the key enablers of firms’ performance and their ability to compete in the market place. Regardless of a student’s major, he or she will be called to participate in process and technology assessment, analysis and re-design projects during his or her professional career. The IPM minor will prepare one to effectively work with information and process management professionals.
To earn an IPM minor a student must complete three courses from the following list:
- IPM 140 Adding Value with Information & Processes
- IPM 210 Information Security and Computer Forensics
- IPM 320 Decision Support and Business Intelligence
- IPM 340 Selected Topics in Information and Process Management
- IPM 402 Seminar in Information and Process Management
- IPM 450 Enterprise Systems Configuration for Business
AND choose one course from the following list:
- CS 150 Introduction to Data and Information Management
- COM 210 Effective Speaking
- COM 323 Small Group Communication
- PS 311 Social Psychology
- SO 264 Technology, Society, and Work
- MA 225 Probability Models for Business Decision Making
- MA 252 Mathematical Statistics
- ST 242 Applied Business Statistics
All minors must be declared via MyBentley and approved by the coordinator.
Refer to the Advising Directory to identify the appropriate Minor Coordinator.