Information Systems Management and Applications (3) Specification, design and implementation of information systems directed at aiding decision making in organizations.
MIS 390 Information System Management and Applications (3)
INFSY 390, Information Systems Management & Applications, is a required course for Information Systems and Business students. The course covers topics and concepts in Management Information Systems (MIS) and information technology management. Upon successful completion of this course, students will have a broad knowledge of contemporary issues and applications of MIS in business.
In addition to exams, students use hands-on case studies and popular information technology applications in the class room. Students in the course also learn how to develop modern computer-based information systems through a business application project that helps them understand the role of MIS in business organizations.
Topics covered in the course include information systems in the enterprise, e-business and e-commerce, telecommunications and networking, database management, knowledge management, decision support systems, business value of information systems, and social and ethical issues of information systems.
The course prerequisites are IST 110 or MIS 204 & MIS103 or CMPSC203.
INFSY 390 will be offered once per semester with multiple sections based on student enrollment and demand.
Note : Class size, frequency of offering, and evaluation methods will vary by location and instructor. For these details check the specific course syllabus.