Undergraduate Degrees, Majors and Concentrations

CI310 - Management Information Systems
Fall 1997

This course provides the student with an integrated perspective on the technology and techniques that provide information needed to support the operation and management of a business organization. The course involves both theory and practice, with the following concepts addressed: the role of information and information systems in operating and managing the business; systems theory; technology used to store and process information; and the techniques to design, develop, and implement information systems. Practical problems and case study techniques are used to support strategic, tactical, and operational decision making; implementing systems, such as decision support systems; and planning, utilizing, integrating, and managing the information resources within business and other organizations. Software proficiency in word processing, spreadsheet, and database is required.
Prerequisite -- CI212.
3 Credits

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