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Management Information Systems II (MIS-500)
Varies (self-study; self-paced).
December 2021 - Present.
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to: explain the difference between data, information, and knowledge; summarize the impact of Information Systems on basic business processes and the difference between functional and cross-functional data and information availability; describe the significance of implementing security measures for business Information Systems; define the steps to the Systems Development Life Cycle and the roles of professionals in business and computing industries concerning information systems; discuss the nature of the relationships among entities and attributes in a database management system and apply the principle of cardinality; and explain how Information Systems have contributed to the globalization of business.
Management Information Systems is a graduate-level course designed to provide an overview of the knowledge and skills needed to utilize business application software and problem-solving using the software. Students use Information Technology to meet strategic and operational goals, they will acquire the skills necessary to use current end-user software for communication, data transformation, collaboration, and problem-solving and they will expand their knowledge of software and hardware components, information structures, primary business organization and processes, information system security, and networks. Topics include computer systems, management information systems, microcomputer operating systems, word processing, electronic spreadsheets, database management, business graphics, networks, and integrated packages. Industry accepted microcomputer software will be used.
In the graduate degree category, 3 semester hours in Quantitative Management Information Systems, Information Systems Technology, or Business Administration (6/22).