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Syllabus_MIS2001_2009_Fall

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Fairleigh Dickinson University Silberman College of Business Administration Department of Information Systems and Decision Sciences Course Title: Management Information Systems Semester: Fall 2009 Course Code: MIS2001.51 Instructor: Bryon Torsiello Meeting times: TH 5:25pm-8:00pm Email: [email protected] Meeting location: DH2164 Office: DH2223 Office Hours: By Appointment Voicemail: 201-692-7223 Fax: 201-692-7219 Course Description: This course is an overview of information systems specifically addressing their management and the current technology. The evolving role of information systems and related technology within a business organization are studied. The learning process is enhanced by using productivity software on personal computers for business applications. Prerequisite: MIS1045 Outcomes: Upon completion of the course, students should: Describe the basic framework of information systems; Identify key information technologies used in modern organizations; Understand how information systems are used in business organizations to support business functions; Discuss the strategic role of MIS in modern organizations; Discuss the ethical and legal implications of information technologies and systems. Relation to Silberman College of Business (SCB) Mission: In keeping with SCB’s mission, this course prepares students to appropriately apply information systems and technologies in global business environment. The course facilitates students’ understanding of organizational use of information systems and technology from both a practical and theoretical perspective. Students will also learn to blend practical business knowledge and information technology skills. Course Topics: The major topics covered in this course are the following: Basic framework of information systems The strategic role of information systems to gain competitive advantages.
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