Nov 27, 2022
MIS 386 - Management Information Systems
Use of computer-based information systems in all functional areas of business. Computer and information technology, resources, management, and end-user decision making, and system development.
Prerequisites: BUS 221 and admission to a college of business major; or admission to a College of Business Graduate program.
Upon sucessful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Recognize basic information system concepts as applied to business operations and management.
- List the major components of a computer system, including hardware, software, operating systems and operating environments as they apply to information systems.
- Evaluate select, and use computer based information systems from a management perspective.
- Distinguish the functionality of the various hardware and software components of information systems.
- Create tools commonly used in basic MIS applications such as spreadsheet, databases and websites.
- Explain how to utilize large-scale computer applications systems to assist with business management and operations.
- Prepare assignment related to the above objectives as an individual or in a team environment.
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