CISC 7500X Introduction to Management Information Systems
37½ hours plus conference and independent work; 3 credits
The role of people, computers, and communications in management information systems. Feasibility studies. Analysis of information and processing requirements, processing methods, data management, and implementation strategies for on-line, database, and integrated systems and for control of operations. Models of decision making. Economics of information, methods of evaluating alternative courses of action.
Prerequisite: CIS 3110  or a course in advanced programming techniques.
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