Management Information Systems
This course provides students with a practical look at the evaluation of IT in business. Students will study more than 80 cases to see how real companies have used IT in the past, the present and how they use IT in the future. Examples include blogs, instant messaging, and social networking services.
The course objectives are for the student to:
- Gain a thorough understanding of information systems management in the global economy.
- Gain a thorough understanding of strategic uses of information technology and strategic information systems planning.
- Manage telecommunications and corporate information resources.
- Manage information security and support information-centric decision making.
COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES (CLOs)
At the end of this program, students are expected to be able to:
- Formulate an integrative business project through the application of multidisciplinary knowledge.
- Analyse the impact of decisions and actions on stakeholders including interpersonal, societal, environmental, and organizational considerations.
- Develop skills to generate novel and value-creating products, processes, or organizational forms
- Demonstrate professional interaction and communication skills.
- Apply skills appropriate for senior management professionals, including: analytic thinking, clear communication, effective teamwork, global perspective and ethical practices.