This is an introductory course in Management Information Systems. Students who complete this course will develop a sound understanding of the opportunities and challenges faced by managers as they attempt to use information systems in organizations
This course gives students an opportunity to manage a virtual company and to compete against other teams all bent on market dominance. At the beginning of the simulation, teams will take over six identical companies – the result of a government mandated break-up of a monopoly.
This course in e-Commerce is designed to develop managers who can understand and develop new ways of reaching customers via the Internet and the World Wide Web. Students are expected to develop a business plan for an electronic commerce venture.
This course is the natural follow on to Introduction to eCommerce. In order to appreciate many of the technical challenges surrounding eCommerce, students are expected to develop a moderately complex site based on the eCommerce plans developed in the introductory course.
This course examines the use of database systems in Business, the design of database systems, and their particular strengths for strategic management.
The objective of this course is to prepare students to understand and participate in the implementation of information security programmes. Upon completion of this course, students will be able to participate in information security initiatives as non-technical users and managers.
This course is an introductory systems analysis and design course, which presents an overview of information systems and the systems development life cycle. The emphasis of this course will be on tools and techniques that analysts and programmers use to design and document information systems. The course will also cover other important skills of the systems analyst such as fact-finding, communications, and project management.
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