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I N T E 3 0 0 1 I N T R O D U C T I O N T O I N F O R M A T I O N T E C H N O L O G Y Professor: Terence Ow Section 102: 9:30 - 10:45 Tue/Thu Location: 554 Straz Hall Section 103: 11:00 - 12:15 Tue/Thu Location: 554 Straz Hall Office: 212 Straz Hall Office Hrs: 1:30-2:30 Tue/Thu or appt. Email: [email protected] Phone: (414) 288-5104 Final Exam: Section 102: December 12, 2012, Wednesday, 10:30-12:30PM Section 103: December 13, 2012, Thursday, 8:00-10:00AM C OURSE O BJECTIVES The course provides future managers a broad overview of information systems theory, research, applications and a basic understanding of systems jargon and responsibilities. The primary em- phasis of the course is that both users and systems professionals share responsibility for imple- menting information technology (IT). After completing this course, students should: understand how technology can process data and provide information for decision making; be part of a team that helps solve a business problem that involves information technology; be able to apply the systems approach to business problems by identifying opportunities for improvement; and be able to improve their oral, written and group communication skills with in-class partici- pation, group report preparation and final group presentation. C OLLEGE OF B USINESS A DMINISTRATION A SSESSMENT S TATEMENT The fundamental mission of the College of Business Administration is to provide a quality edu- cation grounded in Catholic, Jesuit intellectual values. Students are expected to learn how to function effectively in a diverse and global economy so that they may develop into ethical and socially responsible global leaders and responsible members of their organizations and com- munities. As one of many methods of assuring that the goals of our educational mission are successfully met, the college regularly and systematically engages in the assessment of these competencies. Students in the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program are assessed on their ability to reason ethically, communicate effectively, analyze critically, and understand local, na- tional and global business and cultural issues. Assessment takes place each semester in all programs and settings using quantifiable measures; that information is gathered and analyzed information to help continuously improve the educa- tional process. The College of Business Administration is dedicated to successfully providing a quality education for all students. Assessment is the continuous improvement process of eval- uating our success. More information on assessment can be found at
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