Course Details

Management Information Systems

Course Code MGMT-322
Lecture hours per week 2
Lab hours per week 2
Course Availability: Open
Description:

MGMT 322 Management Information Systems is a fifth semester course, taken by students enrolled in the three-year Business Administration – Management program. The course is intended to expose students to the latest technology being used in the management information systems departments of leading firms and to provide the students with a clear understanding of the structure and functioning of contemporary management information systems. The course is delivered in both a regular classroom setting and in a computer laboratory. The course places a strong emphasis on information technology applications in the context of the contemporary business enterprise. Every week, students undertake one case analysis and one analysis using spreadsheets (or a similar exercise) in addition to their structured discussions and study of the textbook’s materials. Topics covered in the course curriculum include information technology infrastructure and support systems, data management, network management, information technology security, e-business and e-commerce, mobile computing, Web 2.0 and social media, operational planning and control systems, enterprise information systems, business intelligence and decision support systems, strategic planning for information technology, business process management, and systems development. Throughout the course, the current practices in management information systems of leading firms in a variety of industries are highlighted in support of the conceptual presentations of the textbook.

Course Outline MGMT-322.pdf