Introduction to Management Information Systems

(3,0) 3

This course will introduce students to MIS theories including (1) Information Systems in Business and Society (information management in global society; security, privacy and ethical issues); (2) Information Technology Concepts (hardware technology, software technology, database management systems, network and internet technology); (3) Business Information Systems (automation and support systems, transaction processing systems, management information systems, decision support and expert systems, enterprise systems such as ERP); (4) Systems Development (systems investigation and analysis, systems planning development and implementation). Students will gain hands-on computer skills in advanced spreadsheet, database, and web technologies. Prerequisites: BUSN121 and ACTG132 with a grade of C or higher.

Source: Academic Catalog 2016-17