Kathleen A. Riley

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Associate Teaching Professor of Supply Chain & Information Systems

Office Address 446 Business Building
Phone Number 814-863-7125
Email Address kab293@psu.edu

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Education

MS, Management Science & Information Systems, The Pennsylvania State University, 1999

BS, Quantitative Business Analysis, The Pennsylvania State University, 1985

Courses Taught

MIS 301 – Business Analytics (3)
The application of IT tools and techniques to extract value from data sets to manage, manipulate and analyze data in organizations.

SCM 840 – SCM 840
Supply Chain Project Management for the Online Master of Supply Chain Management Program

MIS 390 – Information Systems Management and Applications (3)
Specification, design and implementation of information systems directed at aiding decision making in organizations.

PSU 006 – First-Year Seminar Business (1)
Facilitate student's adjustment to the high expectations, demanding workload, increased academic liberties, and other aspects of the transition to college life.

MIS 446 – Information Technology and Business Strategy (3)
Strategic use and management of information technology in digital global economy.

MIS 204 – Introduction to Business Information Systems (2)
Introduction to the use of information systems in business organizations.

MIS 431 – Business Data Management (3)
The architecture of business information processing systems and technical aspects of database management.

MIS 496 – Independent Studies (variable)
Creative projects, including research and design, which are supervised on an individual basis and which fall outside the scope of formal courses.

M I S 204 – Introduction to Business Information Systems (2)
Introduction to the use of information systems in business organizations.

M I S 431 – Business Data Management (3)
The architecture of business information processing systems and technical aspects of database management.

M I S 496 – Independent Studies (variable)
Creative projects, including research and design, which are supervised on an individual basis and which fall outside the scope of formal courses.

M I S 432 (3)
The analysis, design, and development of business information systems through traditional and modern methods.