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MIS - Management Inf Sys
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MIS - Management Inf Sys
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Concepts of information systems, business process, hardware, software, systems analysis, e-commerce, enterprise systems and computer applications in organizations, techniques of systems analysis, systems designs, implementations, and information management (both technical and behavioral)are studied in the organizational context of management information needs.
- INTRO TO MNGMNT INFO SYST(3.00)
This course covers theories, tools, and techniques to manage projects in organizations. Students will learn how to put together a project charter, define project goals, and develop project teams, schedules, and budgets. The course will illustrate the key aspects of project lifecycles (initiation, planning, execution, monitor and control, and closing). It will also emphasize aspects of team, performance, risk, and quality management.
- PROJCT MNGMNT FOR MANAGERS(3.00)
The management of information processing resources, including: role of information processing, estimates of personnel resources and budgets, integration of corporate and MIS plans, organizational alternatives for MIS departments and support staffs, management of computer operations, equipment and general software acquisitions, intermediate and long-range MIS plans, integration of personal computers, minicomputers, and mainframes, and security and controls.
- INFORMTN SYSTEMS PRINCIPLES(3.00)
Prerequisites: MIS 645. Covers the use of decision support systems to support management decision making in a real world environment. Topics include: establishing and measuring decision support systems success criteria, software tools, model management, elements of artificial intelligence, and statistics. Justification, design, and use of decision support systems.
- DEC SUPPORT SYS FOR MNGRS(3.00)
Introduction to the methodology of decision making applying the techniques of operations research and system analysis to managerial problems. Introduction to the concept of objective functions and constraints, concepts of value and utilities, optimization algorithms, networks and game theories. Elementary mathematical model linear production systems, inventory systems, multi-criteria decision making, project management and transportation planning. Topics will be discussed from the deterministic as well as scholastic points of view.
- MANAGERIAL SCIENCE(3.00)
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- INDEPENDENT STUDY(3.00)
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