Finance, Information Systems, and Management Science

Discover how money is made, invested and managed. A major in Finance will prepare you to understand and reason through a wide spectrum of financial decisions. Finance involves the preparation of financial reports, tax and regulatory requirements, cash flow, management, investment, and development of information.

Over the past few decades, information systems and e-business have transformed the business landscape around the world. The Bachelor of Commerce degree with a major in Computing and Information Systems was designed to respond to industry calls for business-savvy professionals with theoretical and practical understanding of all five information systems components: hardware, software, data, processes, and users.

Management Science courses will equip you with strong quantitative and analytical business skills, important in all areas of business.


For course overrides, see the Department Secretary.

Department Chair
Dr. Francis Boabang, PhD, Chairperson

Department Secretary
Susan J. Dauphinee

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Sobey Building SB103

Finance, Information Systems & Management Science Faculty

Ashraf Al Zaman, PhD 
Najah Attig, PhD
Harjeet Bhabra, PhD
Francis Boabang, PhD
Tony Charles, PhD 
Liqiang Chen, PhD 
Jie Dai, PhD 
Paul S. Dixon, PhD 
J. Colin Dodds, PhD
Hamdi Driss, PhD
Dawn Jutla, PhD
Kathryn Kimery, PhD
Rahman Khokhar, PhD 
Eric Lee, PhD 
Jia Liu, PhD
Bahareh Mansouri, PhD
Harvey Millar, PhD 
Mahmoud Moh'd, PhD
Florian Muenkel, PhD
Christine Panasian, PhD 
Mohammad Rahaman, PhD 
Shyamala C. Sivakumar, PhD 
Zeying (Zoey) Wan, PhD 
Hai Wang, PhD 
Muhong Wang, PhD 
Michael Zhang, PhD

Students majoring in Finance may be interested in taking part in the IMPACT program or Venture Grade. There is also a Saint Mary's University Investment Society.