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BUS206 - Management Information Systems


Management Information Systems (3 credits)

This course provides an introduction to information technology from the standpoint of how systems like the Web, email, and desktop software can be used to meet business needs. Students will gain a broad understanding of the components of such systems.  Given this understanding, they will be equipped to make decisions about how to select information systems for the business environment and how to supervise their implementation and ongoing use. At the most general level, students will learn how the discipline of MIS connects the needs of business disciplines like finance, marketing, and management with the resources that can be provided by an office IT department.

Textbook: To Be Determined


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