Principles of Management Information Systems

Course description
This course introduces the principles of management information systems. In particular, the MIS 201 course provides students with the educational background to the technologies of information systems and to then development of large-scale information systems. Please note that the material presented in this course takes a management approach rather than a technical approach.
 
Learning outcomes
By the end of the course the students will have an insight into the concepts of management information systems (MIS), information systems (IS) and electronic business (e-business). Students will explore the tools and techniques associated with the process of management information systems that align with organizational demands and needs.
After completing the course, students will be expected to be able to:

  • Define the process of an information system development life cycle to support organizational operations.
  • Describe how organizations use and manipulate information systems to meet organizational needs and goals.
  • Demonstrate their abilities to plan, design, develop and evaluate information systems using different approaches that align with organization have needs, and meet their objectives.
  • Identify the role of information systems in influencing decision-making processes.
  • Collect and manage useful data.
  • Evaluate how business use information systems.
  • Identify why information systems vulnerable to destruction, error, and abuse and what is the business value of security and control.
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