TMG 620 course outline

TMG 620 course outline - National University School of...

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National University School of Engineering and Technology TMG 620 – September 2009 Course Title and Code: Principles of Technology Management #50971 Instructor: Kathleen Eze E-mail: kathleen.alexander@natuniv.edu or kathleen.alexander@lmco.com Phone: Cell (858) 692-4371 Course Prerequisites: None Course Textbook: Turban, E., McLean, E., Leidner, D., & Wetherbe, J. (2005). Information Technology for Management: Transforming Organizations in the Digital Economy ( 6th Edition ). ISBN: 0-471-78712-9 Course Description: This course provides an in-depth analysis allowing students to apply the key concepts in technology management and the role of technology managers in both private- and public- sector organizations. It provides an understanding of how organizational entities can be structured and managed to respond effectively to dynamic changes caused by technology and international competition. Learning Outcomes: Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: Describe the key concepts in technology management. Compare and contrast technology management from both a process and a systems perspective. Compare and contrast the role of technology management in private and public organizations. Describe the major technical, social, legal, and ethical issues in innovating and implementing technology.
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Course Requirements: In addition to successfully achieving the learning outcomes, students are expected to attend all class sessions, participate in all class activities, complete exams as scheduled, and turn in all assignments on time. Failure to do so may result in the loss of points or the lowering of one's grade. Students are expected to attend all class sessions to maximize their learning experience. An instructor may withdraw a student from class prior to the sixth session if there are more than two unexcused absences. Students who have more than three absences, excused or unexcused, cannot be given a satisfactory grade. Meeting Information Room Instructor Meeting Dates MoWe 5:30PM - 10:00PM  Kearny Mesa Learning Center  Kathleen Alexander  09/03/2008 - 09/27/2008  Sa 8:00AM - 12:30PM  Kearny Mesa Learning Center  Staff  09/06/2008 - 09/06/2008  Sa 8:30AM - 12:30PM  Kearny Mesa Learning Center  Staff  09/27/2008 - 09/27/2008  Grades and Grading System: A = 95-100%, A- = 90-94%, B+ = 87-89%, B = 84-86%, B- = 80-83%, C+ = 77-79%, C = 74-76%, C- = 70-73%, D+ = 67-69% D = 64%-66%, D- = 60-63%, F = < 60% Definition of Grades A: Outstanding achievement that significantly exceeds standards B: Commendable achievement that exceeds standards C: Marginal achievement that is below standards D: Unsatisfactory achievement F: Failing I: Incomplete
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This note was uploaded on 08/29/2011 for the course TMG 620 taught by Professor Dr.jeffreys.appel during the Spring '11 term at National.

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