Additional Resources: Material provided by the instructor
Course Description: This course introduces the student to management information systems concepts. The course will present a variety of data processing facilities. Course topics include: transaction reporting, information reporting, decision support systems, system development life cycle, office automation, and job descriptions and requirements. Suggested pre-requisite: CS140. 3:0:3
Educational Philosophy: The instructor's educational philosophy is one based on lectures, interactive class discussion, reading of the text, examinations, and a student paper.
Learning Outcomes:The student will learn the following concepts:
The use of information technology for competitive advantage and to engage in electronic commerce.
Computer use in an international market place.
System concepts and system life cycle methodologies.
The computer as a problem solving tool:
The database and database management systems.
The computer based information system:
The accounting information system.
The management information system.
Decision support systems.
Organizational information systems:
Enterprise information systems.
Executive information systems.
Marketing information systems.
Course Assessment: Examinations, quizzes, presentations, papers.
Grading: Final grades will be determined acording to the following weights:
10% - quizzes
30% - papers/presentations
30% - exam 1
30% - exam 2
Grades will be assigned according to performance as follows:
A>=90%, B>=80% and <90%, C>=70% and <80%, D>=60% and <70%, F<60%
Late Submission of Course Materials: At the discretion of the instructor, work that is submitted late may not receive full credit.
Classroom Rules of Conduct: The student will be responsible for reading all assigned material according to the syllabus and the instructor's direction. The student is expected to be prepared for and participate in classroom discussion.
Course Topic/Dates/Assignments: Jun 7 Foundations of information systems in business - chapter 1
Jun 9 Competing with information technology - chapter2
Jun 14 Data resource management - chapter 3
Jun 16 Telecommunications and networks - chapter 4
Jun 21 Introduction to e-business systems - chapter 5
Jun 23 Enterprise and e-business systems - chapter 6
Jun 28 Electronic commerce systems - chapter 7
Jun 30 Exam 1
Jul 5 Decision support systems - chapter 8
Jul 7 Developing business/IT strategies - chapter 9
Jul 12 Developing business/IT solutions - chapter 10
Jul 14 security and ethical challenges - chapter 11
Jul 19 Enterprise and global management of information technology - chapter 12
Jul 21 Computer hardware - chapter 13
Jul 26 Computer software - chapter 14
Jul 28 Exam 2
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Instructors are required to maintain attendance records and to report absences
via the online attendance reporting system.
Park University 2004-2005 Undergraduate
Catalog Page 100
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