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1 BUSI 1402 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY Fall 2010 Class Times Section Day(s) Time(s) B Mondays 14:35 – 17:25 C Mondays 11:35 – 14:25 D Mondays 14:35 – 17:25 E Mondays 8:35 – 11:25 Lab Times Section Day Time Location F01 Tuesday 10:35 – 11:25 SA509 F02 Wednesday 11:35 – 12:25 SA509 F03 Tuesday 14:35 – 15:25 SA509 F04 Wednesday 15:35 – 16:26 SA509 F05 Wednesday 8:35 – 9:25 SA509 F06 Wednesday 9:35 – 10:25 SA509 F07 Tuesday 18:05 – 18:55 SA509 F08 Tuesday 19:05 – 19:55 SA509 F09 Wednesday 19:05 – 19:55 SA509 F10 Wednesday 20:05 – 20:55 SA509 F11 Tuesday 15:35 – 16:25 SA509 Instructors Dr. Alex Ramirez (Sections B & E; Course coordinator) Office: DT1722 Phone: 613.520.2600 x2397 Office Hours: Tuesdays 13:00 – 15:00 Hrs. or by appointment Email: [email protected] Dr. Youssef Youssef (Section C) Office: DT307 Phone: 613.520.2600 x1124 Office Hours: Mondays 15:00 – 17:00 Hrs. or by appointment Email: [email protected] Mr. Kevin Timms (Section D) Office: 1704 DT Office Hours: Mondays 17:45 – 19:00 Hrs. or by appointment Email: [email protected]
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2 PREREQUISITES Enrolment is restricted to students in the Bachelor of Commerce Program or Bachelor of International Business Program. The School of Business enforces all prerequisites. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that the prerequisite requirements are met. Failure to meet the prerequisites may result in your deregistration from this course any time into the term. Note: This course is a prerequisite to 1. BUSI 2402 (with a grade of C or higher) COURSE DESCRIPTION This course is an introduction to Information and Communication Technologies in organizations. Topics may include but are not limited to: spreadsheets; databases; statistical software; website design and implementation; collaboration software including wikis, blogs, and social networking; GPS; and m-Commerce. Lectures are scheduled three hours a week. Tutorials are mandatory but not enforced. It is highly recommended that students attend them. COURSE OVERVIEW Organizations in the developed world have become increasingly dependent on Information and Communications technologies not only to compete, but to avoid becoming statistics. It is expected that the entering workforce should be computer literate and able to work in a computer-based environment, regardless of position sought. The new world of business is defined by its endless technological possibilities. Problem-solving and decision-making are fundamental skills for managers. These are at the core of all business disciplines. This course makes an emphasis on using the framework of problem-solving and decision- making to introduce a group of technologies that are changing the world of business. Whether you ultimately end up working as an Information Systems professional or in any other area of
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This note was uploaded on 01/26/2012 for the course BUSI 1402 taught by Professor Alex during the Spring '11 term at Carleton CA.

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