CIS3355-24071Fall2011 - CIS 3355-24071 Integrated...

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CIS 3355-24071: Integrated Information Systems Fall 2011 (Hybrid) College of Technology Building T2-100 Mondays   5:30PM - 7:00PM 3 credit hours Dr. Nada Khatib Office Hours: Mondays 1:00-4:00pm/Wednesdays 4:30-5:30pm Office Number: T2-387 Phone: (713)743-1867 Email: [email protected] PREREQUISITES : To enroll in this course, students should have completed CIS3347-Principles of information Management COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course covers evaluation of integrated information systems. Students who have constructed personal information systems will be exposed to the theory of the Information Systems discipline. Application of these theories to the success of organizations and to the roles of management, users, and IS professionals are presented. REQUIRED MATERIALS: Title: Book:1 Author(s) Baltzan, Paige; Phillips, Amy Title M: Information Systems ISBN 978-0-07-337683-7 Publisher McGraw-Hill Book:2 Author(s) Magal, Simha R., Grand Valley State University; Word, Jeffrey, Manchester Business School and SAP AG Title Essentials of Business Processes and Information Systems ISBN 978-0470-48276-6 Publisher Wiley COURSE OUTCOMES AND ASSESSMENTS: By the end of the course, students will be able:
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Describe the functional areas of a business and why they must work together for the business to be successful. Explain information technology’s role in business and how you measure success. Compare management information systems (MIS) and information technology (IT) and define the relationships among people, information technology, and information. Compare the responsibilities of a CIO, CTO, CSO, CPO, and CKO. Explain the gap between IT and the business, along with the primary reason this gap exists. Explain the difference between transactional information and analytical information. Be sure to provide an example of each. Define TPS, DSS, and EIS and explain how an organization can use these systems to make decisions and gain competitive advantages. Describe the three quantitative models typically used by decision support systems. Describe the relationship between digital dashboards and executive information systems. Identify the four types of artificial intelligence systems. Compare disruptive and sustaining technologies. Explain how the Internet caused disruption among businesses. Define the relationship between the Internet and the World Wide Web Describe the different methods an organization can use to access information. Compare the three different types of service providers. Explain the ethical issues surrounding information technology. Identify the differences between an ethical computer use policy and an acceptable computer use policy. Describe the relationship between an email privacy policy and an Internet use policy.
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CIS3355-24071Fall2011 - CIS 3355-24071 Integrated...

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