|System Analysis and Design (MIS 116A)
|Software Development Project
|Introduction to Data Processing
|Management Information Systems (MIS 221)|
|Production Management||Systems Analysis (Problem Solving)|
|Operations Research||Research Methods|
|COBOL||Information Resource Management|
|Decision Support and Expert Systems
This Undergraduate course provides the concepts, tools and techniques required to analyze and design business information systems. The course emphasizes structured development approaches, use of a case tool, and development of system prototypes. It involves a team system development project for an active Sacramento business firm.
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Management Information Systems (MIS 221)
This Graduate course describes the use of information technology (IT) as a management resource. Focus is on management decision making related to telecommunications, database, system development, and decision support systems. It also includes use of technology to reengineer the business organization. This is a distance learning course using (1) lecture/discussion, (2) Critical thinking assignments, (3) an experimental research paper, and (4) electronic media
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