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Mangt Info Systems (MIS)

MIS 489 Seminar in Information Systems (3) Covers new trends and concepts in information/processing technology and their applications and impact on computer information systems.

MIS 489 Seminar in Information Systems (3)

INFSY 489, Seminar in Information Systems , is an elective course for information systems majors in the business program. Information Systems is a rapidly changing discipline and students must be aware of these changes. This course covers new trends and concepts in information/processing technology and their applications and impact on computer information systems. In this course, students are introduced to new methods, tools, applications and terminology. The students develop key skills in the ability to assess new technologies, and the ability to incorporate these technologies into complex information systems.

Students learn how to work with business applications in the latest prevalent technology. They work both individually and in groups on problems related to the topic addressed in the seminar. Topics for the seminar can differ with each offering of the course. This course is designed to provide the flexibility to coverage current issues and trend in the Information Technology world. Such topics could be (but not limited to) : advanced networking, mobile computing, wireless infrastructure, security, ERP, SAP, and others…

The course prerequisites are INFSY 307 & INFSY 445

INFSY 489 will be offered once per semester based on student enrollment and demand. The topics will vary upon it offering.

General Education: None
Diversity: None
Bachelor of Arts: None
Effective: Spring 2007
Prerequisite: MIS 307 andMIS 465

Note : Class size, frequency of offering, and evaluation methods will vary by location and instructor. For these details check the specific course syllabus.


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