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BUS237-E1-Syllabus-103 - SEMESTER Fall 2010 INSTRUCTOR...

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There will be no labs during the first week of the semester Revised 6-Sep-10 SEMESTER : Fall 2010 INSTRUCTOR : Zorana Svedic COURSE : BUS 237-3 E100 (Burnaby) Email : [email protected] TITLE : Information Systems in Business Office : WMX 3317 LECTURE : Wed 5:30PM - 7:20PM Office Phone : 778.782.3473 Room: C9002 Office Hours : Wed 4:00PM - 5:00PM Prerequisites: As stated in the SFU Calendar Required Text: Experiencing MIS, Second Canadian Edition, with MyMISLab, 2/E (2011) by Kroenke & Gemino & Tingling For the Textbook and MyMISLab access code: ISBN 0132138840 For the MyMISLab access code standalone: ISBN 0137056311 BUS 237 E100 MyMISLab Course ID: CRSABCX-617822 Note about required MyMISLab Access Code : BUS 237 will be using MyMISLab as a required part of the course. MyMISLab will help to provide hands on training for students in Microsoft Office 2007. If you buy a used copy of the textbook, you will still need to buy a separate access code to be able to submit assignments online. MyMISLab also includes a full eBook. The standalone access code is available via online purchase at the website, as well as, through the bookstore’s NowPrepay system. Note about MS Office and MS Visio : Microsoft Office 2007 and Microsoft Visio will be used to complete the assignments in this course. Students will have the option to use the software in our Business Computing Labs, may have limited access to the campus ACS Assignment Labs, or may purchase an educational version of some of the software from the Microcomputer Store for use at home. Course Objectives: This course introduces business majors to the skills and knowledge necessary to make full use of the information systems around you. The course demystifies information system technology and provides you with insight into how businesses use information systems to create value. The course also introduces you to the management and ethical issues surrounding the use of information systems.
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