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MIST 2610_02 2018 Outline.docx

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Course Outline Department of Management, Information and Supply Chain School of Business and Economics MIST 2610_02 Management Information Systems (3,0,0) Winter 2018 Instructor Name: Bilal Khan Phone: 250-828-5222 Office: OM 3791 A/B Office Hours: Monday 05:00-7:30, Wednesday: 05:00-07:30 or by appointment E-mail: [email protected] E-mail Subject Line: Khan MIST 2610 Section 02 Include your name and student number in the email signature. Calendar Description Students acquire the basic knowledge and skills needed to effectively utilize information systems and technology in support of organizational strategy. Topics include an introduction to information systems; information systems strategy; ethics, privacy and policy; data security; data and knowledge management; networks and communications technologies; wireless and mobile computing; wireless and mobile computing; e-business and e-commerce; Web 1.0, 2.0, 3.0 and social networks; systems development and managing information systems projects; and personal productivity software including Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Access. Educational Objectives/Outcomes Upon completing this course, students will be able to: 1. Explain essential information system building blocks, including hardware, software, databases, and data communication. 2. Describe specific ways information systems provide competitive advantage to entrepreneurs, professionals and managers including; supporting business processes, enabling e-commerce, Web 2.0, and providing business intelligence. 3. Critique managerial issues surrounding information systems, including how to develop systems correctly and efficiently, how to manage technology and system resources, and how to protect and secure information systems and data. 4. Discuss emerging information systems and technology innovations and their impact on organizations and individuals. 5. Summarize various frameworks to model the strategic role and social impacts of information systems on an organization and individuals. Winter 2018 Course Outline MIST 2610 Page 1
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6. Apply contemporary information and communication software tools in business settings, including the impact of mobile technologies, presentation, database, and spreadsheet tools. Prerequisites ENGL 1100 Note: Students cannot receive credit for more than one of BBUS 1370, BBUS 2370, COMP 1000, COMP 1350, COMP 1700, or COMP 1910. Co-requisites None Texts/Materials Experiencing MIS, Fourth Canadian Edition; MyMISLab with Office 2016 Applications; ISBN: 0134656547. Access Code to eText and MyMISLab as well as print books are available in the bookstore. The eText has an associated MyMISLab online component. You will be responsible for purchasing the eText Access Code and creating Pearson student account. All reading topics, practical exercises, and computer assignments will be assigned on MyMISLab and Moodle websites. Links to eTextexts and online MyMISLab resources are available on Moodle.
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