Management Information Systems

MIS 315      Introduction to Management Information Systems (4)

The wide availability of powerful and affordable information technologies today has made it imperative for managers and entrepreneurs to not only appreciate the role that they play in achieving organizational goals but also develop skills to deploy them for both personal and organizational competitive advantage.  This course introduces students to information technologies, the common systems built using such technologies, the major organizational processes that such systems sustain, and the development and management of systems in organizations.  Topics covered include the role of business intelligence, e-commerce, hardware, software, databases, and telecommunications; information systems development and management. Pre/Co-Requisite: Upper Division Writing