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Business Information Systems

Business Information Systems

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Course Description

This course provides an introduction for undergraduate business students to information systems (IS). The course includes important topics related to IS, such as the drivers of IS, database concepts, IS development, and the types of systems used in organizations.

Course Outcomes

At the end of this course, students will be able to:

  • Analyze the purpose, components, and issues related to common business information systems
  • Analyze the impact of business processes and information systems on an organization
  • Explain the factors that influence how an organization selects information systems
  • Describe how databases are used in business
  • Compare different methodologies for information systems development
  • Evaluate various functional systems
  • Explain fundamental communication and networking concepts
  • Explain how the Internet impacts the way organizations use information systems
  • Evaluate the information system needed to support e-commerce
  • Analyze the roles and responsibilities associated with information systems management
  • Explain how businesses manage ethical considerations with respect to information systems
  • Describe how an organization can protect against various information system threats

Course Materials

Using MIS Book Cover
Title: Using MIS
Edition: 10
Author: Kroenke
ISBN: 9780134606996