Courses

MIS 199 Surfing the Media Matrix: Keeping your Head Above Water in an Ocean of Information Credits: 3

Students will analyze, interpret and/or reconstruct human events, experiences, actions and interactions through case studies that will help them to understand the principles of value and civic duty in a wide range of settings. Students will be able to identify ethical problems in business, apply critical thinking concepts to better synthesize their understanding of ethical issues and moral reasoning, and be able to articulate implications and consequences that emerge from critical thinking constructs when filtering, analyzing and synthesizing multiple variables.

MIS 202 Computer Applications In Management Credits: 3

A comprehensive coverage of computer tools for personal productivity in a management context, including spreadsheets and databases.

Prerequisites: MATH 110 (or equivalent).

MIS 402 Information Management Credits: 3

This course introduces students to the impact of information technologies and systems on the enterprise. Business Intelligence and decision support capabilities are explored as well.

Prerequisites: MIS 202, STAT 235.

MIS 415 Managing the Information Systems Resource Credits: 3

All organizations today have information systems, and managing the related resources (systems personnel, software applications, databases, networks, computing hardware) is a necessary skill for many employees. This course is aimed at developing the non-technical skills that business-school graduates need to make appropriate decisions about the deployment of information systems throughout the firm.

Prerequisites: MIS 202 and six hours of business school courses at the 300-level or above.

MIS 496 Internship: Management Information Systems Credits: 1-3

An opportunity for students to integrate their academic studies via employment with a business/organization in the community. Internship coursework is evaluated on a credit/no credit basis.

MIS 497 Special Topics: Management Information Systems Credits: 1-3

Study and research in areas of special interest under individual faculty direction.

Prerequisites: senior standing.