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information systems (i-S)
College of Business Administration
Department Chair: Kuang-Wei Wen
241 Wing Technology Center
Assistant Professors: Park, Yang.
Information Systems Major (College of Business Administration)
— 28 credits, including C-S 120, 220, 364; I-S 300, 310, 330, 401, 411 and one
elective course from the following: C-S 224, 464; I-S 320, 405, 451, 499; MGT
Information Systems Minor
of Business Administration) — 16
credits, including C-S 120, I-S 300, 310, 401, and one elective course from the
following: ACC 327, I-S 320, 330, and MGT 395.
Information Systems Minor
colleges excluding College of Business Administration) — 25 or 28 credits,
including C-S 120, either
ACC 221 and 222 or 235, ECO 110, I-S 220, 300, 310, 401, and one elective course from the following: ACC 327, I-S 320, 330, and MGT 395.
and Retention Process:
1) Have a declared major.
3) Have taken I-S 220 with a grade of B or better.
4) Have taken MTH 175 or MTH 151, either with a grade of BC or higher.
5) Have a minimum 2.50 cumulative GPA.
All students must meet prerequisite requirements for courses counting
toward the minor. Required courses for any non-IS major cannot be counted as
electives for the IS minor.
Admissions are subject to an annual space limitation set by the
If the number of qualified applications exceeds the annual space
limitation, College of Business Administration majors must account for at least
60% of admitted applicants.
Retention in the minor requires that C-S 120 be taken no later than the
first semester in the minor with a grade of BC or higher.
220 Cr. 3
Information Systems for Business Management
A study of the use of information systems to assist management in planning, directing, and controlling the activities of an organization. The use of computer resources in providing useful information for each of the functional areas of business is explored. Primary emphasis is placed on the analysis, design, and implementation of systems used to generate information for managerial purposes. A term project involving computer applications is required of each student. Prerequisite: C-S 103 and 104.
300/400 level information system courses are open only to those students who
have been admitted to the business program. Exceptions to this policy may be
made only by the College of Business Administration dean.
300 Cr. 3
Information Systems Theory, Problem Solving, and Decision Making
This course provides an understanding of the systematic ways for formulating business problems from information systems perspectives, and of the necessary decision processes that lead to effective solutions. Major topics include information systems theory, organizational decision support using IS, decision theory, decision analysis paradigms, and other problem solving techniques. Group decision support technology will also be introduced. Prerequisite: I-S 220. Offered Sem. II.
310 Cr. 3
Information Systems in Networked Environments: Technical Foundations and Applications
This course provides fundamentals of data communications and business networking requirements, and examines the linkage of information technology strategies and technological solutions for enabling effective business processes within and between organizations in emerging environments. Major topics include fundamentals of data communications and business networking, applications to data communications, basic technologies of the Internet and the Web, commercial use of Internet technologies, e-business applications, and cases in online industries. Prerequisite: I-S 220. Offered Sem. II.
Computer-based Decision Support Systems for Management
An examination of how various software application packages such as spreadsheets, database management systems, and other software tools, are employed to support decision making in business environments. Topic areas include modeling, decision-support systems, data warehouses, on-line analytical processing, and data mining. Prerequisite: C-S 120, I-S 220. Offered Sem. I.
330 Cr. 3
Business Choices and Telecommunications Decisions
An examination of the business and organizational role of telecommunications. The course will not address the theoretical foundations of telecommunications, but rather focus on using telecommunications to support and achieve business strategies. Course topics will include how businesses are being reshaped by advances in telecommunications; how businesses plan, deploy and manage telecommunications resources; and how businesses are utilizing and administrating local area network (LAN) and wide area network (WAN) technology to achieve business objectives. Prerequisite: C-S 120 and I-S 310.
401 Cr. 3
Management Information Systems: Analysis and Design
This is the first course in a two-course sequence that covers the development process for computer-based management information systems. This course emphasizes information analysis and the logical design of management information systems. Prerequisite: C-S 120, I-S 300, 310. Offered Sem. I.
405 Cr. 1-3
Information Systems Seminar
Emphasis will be on examination and study of current issues in information systems. Topics will vary from semester to semester. Prerequisite: I-S 401.
411 Cr. 3
Management Information Systems: Design and Implementation
This is the capstone course in a sequence that covers the development process for a computer-based management information system. This course emphasizes physical design and implementation of the system. Students will implement an information system in a client-server environment, using a programming language capable of calling functions in a database management system. Prerequisite: C-S 364 and I-S 401. Offered Sem. II.
451 Cr. 1-6
College of Business Administration Management Information Systems Internship
The internship program as conceived and implemented is an unusual program designed to provide an opportunity for students in the College of Business Administration to participate in an approved program with a cooperating business, governmental or civic organization for usually 15 weeks of their undergraduate work. All management information systems (MIS) internships must be approved and supervised by an I-S faculty member. For additional information, see internship description under the College of Business Administration heading. Repeatable for credit. Pass/Fail grading.
499 Cr. 1-3
Individual reading or research under the guidance of a staff member. Open to selected advance students who have excellent records in the department. Registration with the consent of the student’s regular advisor, the instructor and the department chairperson. Repeatable for credit — maximum 6. Pass/Fail grading.
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