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2012 - Spring

Hankamer School of Business (BU)

Management Information Systems (MIS)


MIS 1305
Intro Info Tech & Processing
1305   Introduction to Information Technology and Processing      
   A first-level computer course covering business management tools for using the personal computer in the modern business workplace. Emphasis will be placed on using the computer as a problem-solving tool using software such as spreadsheets and database development/manipulation. Other topics will include the use of the Internet as a research tool, issues of security, privacy and ethics in networks, and development of web pages.
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MIS 3150
Topics in Information Systems
3150   Topics in Information Systems                              
Prerequisite(s):  A minimum grade of C in MIS 1305; or consent of instructor.
   A study of selected areas of information systems, including operating systems, personal and business application software, considerations in hardware and software , acquisition connectivity, multimedia, and other current issues. This course may be taken for a maximum of six semester hours if topic is different (or if each topic is different).
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Start Date: 03/23/2012; End Date: 04/27/2012
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012


MIS 3301
Intro to Bus Programming Logic
3301   Introduction to Business Programming Logic                  
Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent enrollment in MIS 3305, and a minimum grade of C in QBA 2305.
   Study of object-oriented programming that focuses on developing business applications using a programming language like Visual Basic.Net. Topics include programming basics, typical programming structures, data structures, and error analysis.
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MIS 3305
Management Information Systems
3305   Management Information Systems                              
Prerequisite(s): A minimum grade of C in QBA 2302 or a minimum grade of C in STA 1380.
   Examines the use of information and communication technologies (ICT) in organizational settings and gives a balanced perspective of MIS from the standpoint of the non-technical manager. Topics include acquisition, management, use and control of information systems and their impact on individuals, organizations and society. Emphasis is on the business manager's role in developing and managing information systems and the uses of ICT to create competitive advantage.
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MIS 3320
System Analysis and Design
3320   Systems Analysis and Design                                
Prerequisite(s): MIS 3301 or concurrent enrollment; credit or concurrent enrollment in MIS 3305, and a minimum grade of C in QBA 2305.
   A study of the Systems Development Life Cycle with focus on the planning, analysis, and design phases. Explores the various tools and techniques used by systems analysts for process and data modeling as well as user interface design.
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MIS 3332
Control & Audit Info Systems
3332   Control and Audit of Information Systems  (Cross-listed as ACC 3331)
Prerequisite(s): A minimum grade of C in ACC 2304.
   Emphasizes the control and audit of information systems. Topics include accounting systems, controls and transaction processing, and IT auditing. The course should help students develop an appreciation of and motivation for proper information processing practices and controls.
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MIS 3341
Dev Client Server Applications
3341   Developing Client Server Applications                      
Prerequisite(s): Minimum grade of C or better in both MIS 3301 and 3320.
   The course utilizes high-level object-oriented development tools such as Visual Studio.NET to teach application development techniques for local client-server and web-based environments. Topics such as server-side scripting, web design, web page security, and database access will be undertaken to enable students to build robust business software applications.
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MIS 3345
Intro Enterprise Sys Using SAP
3345   Introduction to Enterprise Systems Using SAP
Prerequisite(s): A minimum grade of C in MIS 3305.  
   This course utilizes SAP software to expose students to basic enterprise resource planning (ERP) concepts. Through this hands-on course, students will gain familiarity with the SAP interface and develop a better understanding of how ERP software integrates organizational data and key business processes to enhance organizational efficiency and decision-making, improve business intelligence, and enable cross-organizational linkages.
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MIS 3350
Intro to Data Mgmt and CRM
3350   Introduction to Data Management and CRM
Prerequisite(s): Students should have taken MIS 1305 or have general proficiency in MS Office tools.
   Open to all business majors, this course is designed to provide students with hands-on data management skills that will facilitate the effective use of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) technology. Key components of this course include information modeling and database creation, querying and analyzing organizational data, and the management and analysis of customer information using CRM technology.
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MIS 4321
Business Systems Development
4321   Business Systems Development                                
Prerequisite(s): Grades of C or better in both MIS 3301 and 3320; not open to pre-business students.  
   Concentrates on business application development using traditional object-oriented development tools. Topics include essential language syntax, class modeling, and developing user, file, and database interfaces for business systems.
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MIS 4330
Project Management
4330   Project Management  (Cross-listed as MGT 4330)
   See MGT 4330 for course information.
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MIS 4340
Foundation Database Syst Dev
4340   Foundations of Database System Development                  
Prerequisite(s): Grades of C or better in both MIS 3301 and 3320; not open to pre-business students.
   Concentrates on implementing systems and databases including physical database systems, data access, and database applications. Topics include: design issues; SQL; database administration; database integrity; security; selection; and implementation.
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MIS 4342
Advanced Business Networking
4342   Advanced Business Networking                                
Prerequisite(s): Grades of C or better in both MIS 3301 and 3320; not open to pre-business students.
   Design, construction, and maintenance of local and wide area networks. Topics include using Internet and intranet clients, servers and languages to support electronic commerce, organizational communication, team collaboration, and business education.
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MIS 4344
Business Intelligence
4344   Business Intelligence                                          
Prerequisite(s): QBA 2302.
   Business Intelligence (BI) is the discovery of patterns and relationships hidden in large volumes of data. This hands-on course is designed to provide practical analytic skills that may be applied in almost any workplace. The course explores the analytical techniques for making intelligent business decisions in data-rich organizations. A key component of the course is the use of BI software tools with techniques such as correlation analysis, data visualization, linear regression, classification, and clustering to address common problems in marketing, customer relationship management, risk management, finance, and operations.
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MIS 4346
Foundation of Data Warehousing
4346   Foundations of Data Warehousing
Prerequisite(s): MIS 4340 or consent of instructor.
   This course covers techniques used to implement data structures that are optimized for organizational decision-making. A hands-on approach is used to cover the following data warehousing (DW) topics: basic concepts and architectures, DW modeling and physical design, ETL processes, and real-world DW uses such as OLAP queries and reporting tools and ad-hoc analysis of OLAP data.
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MIS 4350
Cyber Security Tech Factors
4350   Cyber Security Technology Factors
Prerequisite(s): MIS 4342 or its equivalent.
   This course provides a roadmap of the paths available to organizations for deploying various security devices and tools. The course goes beyond the narrow technical view and offers a full context for the deployment of security technologies. Six key areas of network security will be covered, with each section covering a tool that will play a part in a company's overall information assurance program.
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MIS 4355
Decision Making Using Excel
4355   Decision Making Using Excel
Prerequisite(s): MIS 3305 or consent of instructor.
   A computer applications course providing the tools necessary for manipulating, sharing, and presenting data to support business decision making. Topical coverage includes data analysis, multiple applications linking, simulation modeling, and decision making under uncertainty.
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MIS 4V98
Web Design: HTML 5
4V98   Special Studies in Information Systems                         1 to 6 sem. hrs.
Prerequisite(s): Consent of instructor; not open to pre-business students.
   This course may be taken for one to six semester hours of credit.
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MIS 4V98
CRM and Data Management
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MIS 4V98
IS Leadership
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MIS 4V98
ERP/SAP Systems
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MIS 4V98
Special Studies
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MIS 5151
Tech Foundations Info Systems
5151   Technical Foundations of Information Systems
   Part one of this course provides an overview to examine the role of information technology (IT) in business organizations, its impacts, and potential for enhancing a firm's competitive positioning. Part two exposes students to the four underlying technical elements of IT infrastructure: hardware, software, databases, and networks. This technology overview provides students with basic literacy in technology concepts to enable effective communication with technical specialists in the business environment.
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Start Date: 03/27/2012; End Date: 04/26/2012


MIS 5152
Aligning IT Bus Enterprise
5152   Aligning IT with the Business Enterprise
Prerequisite(s): MIS 5151.
   The business literature abounds with examples of information technology (IT) project failures. Most often, such failures are due to poor alignment between firms' business and IT strategies. This course examines the causes of such failures and provides a framework of best practices to insure firms' ability to maximize the value achieved from IT investments.
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MIS 5153
Managing the IT Resource
5153   Managing the IT Resource
Prerequisite(s): MIS 5152.
   Part one of this course examines principles and practices related to effective systems development practices from the standpoint of a non-technical manager. We begin the section with a discussion of the systems development life cycle (SDLC) and augment this with a discussion of emerging systems development trends and practices as well as an examination of traditional systems development methodologies. Part two of the course examines various IT risk management and security issues.
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Start Date: 02/14/2012; End Date: 03/22/2012


MIS 5301
Object-Oriented Bus Program
5301    Seminar in Object-Oriented Business Programming            
   Students will survey object-oriented concepts currently used in the development of business applications. Emphasis will be placed on programming logic, data structures, and program analysis. (Fee)
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MIS 5310
Bus Telecom & Networking
5310   Business Telecommunication and Networking                  
   The use of telecommunications to network and integrate various information technology platforms. Beginning with the media and hardware used in digital communications, the course moves through the ISO model to the presentation and application layers. Hands-on projects are utilized throughout the course to illustrate how various network operating systems are implemented and to provide training on the more popular platforms.
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MIS 5335
Info Syst Analysis & Design
5335   Information Systems Analysis and Design                    
   To acquaint students with the concepts, problems, and possible solutions for all stages of the systems development life cycle. Emphasis on object-oriented analysis and design techniques. Topics include modeling with UML, the role of the IS professional in the development of successful systems, and project management. (Fee)
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MIS 5340
Database Management Systems
5340   Database Management Systems                                
Prerequisite(s): MIS 5335.
   The use of database techniques to represent and manipulate data in the development of information systems. Includes rationale and objectives of the database approach; conceptual data modeling; logical database design; mapping logical design to the relational data model; physical design and implementation of databases; manipulating information in databases; database administration; and connecting applications to databases, including web-enabled applications.
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MIS 5342
Business Intelligence
5342   Business Intelligence                                  
   Business Intelligence (BI) is the discovery of patterns and relationships hidden in large volumes of data. This hands-on course is designed to provide practical analytic skills that may be applied in almost any workplace. The course explores the analytical techniques for making intelligent business decisions in data-rich organizations. A key component of the course is the use of BI software tools with techniques such as correlation analysis, data visualization, linear regression, classification, and clustering to address common problems in marketing, customer relationship management, risk management, finance, and operations.
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MIS 5346
Data Warehousing
5346   Data Warehousing
Prerequisite(s): MIS 5340 or consent of instructor.
   This course focuses on data warehouses as a component of business intelligence. The course will cover techniques for designing, implementing, and analyzing data in data warehouses using a hands-on approach. The course also discusses managerial and ethical issues in implementing data warehouses.
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MIS 5V95
Internship in Info Systems
5V95   Internship in Information Systems                             1 to 6 sem. hrs.
Prerequisite(s): Consent of instructor.
    Provides students with a carefully directed real-world learning experience. A project developed jointly by the sponsoring company and faculty provides experience in various IS functions and business activities.
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012


MIS 5V98
Data Warehousing
5V98   Special Studies in Information Systems                     1 to 6 sem. hrs.
Prerequisite(s): Consent of instructor.
   Offered on demand for one to six semester hours of credit.
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IS Leadership
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Sin. sign-on/Kerberos-Bus. Use
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Social Ability of Social Media
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Special Studies Info Systems
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MIS 5V99
Thesis
5V99   Thesis                                                                      1 to 6 sem. hrs.
Prerequisite(s): Consent of instructor.
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MIS 6345
Qual Meth: Collect/Analy Data
6345   Qualitative Methods: Collecting and Analyzing Case Study Data
   The course covers the conceptual foundations of the qualitative research process that includes gaining access to a field site, conducting interviews, writing field notes, coding and analyzing data using a qualitative analysis software tool, and writing research results. Additionally, students will have the opportunity to code and analyze real-world data using a qualitative data analysis tool.
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MIS 6350
Conduct Effective Lit Reviews
6350   Conducting Effective Literature reviews: A Doctoral Seminar for pre-Dissertation Students
   A course to help doctoral students learn to write theory-building literature reviews. Doctoral students taking this class will read and discuss a variety of review papers published primarily in MIS quarterly, but also in several other journals from management literature.
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MIS 6370
Contem Issue Info Sys Research
6370   Contemporary Issues in Information Systems Research
   This course aims to help doctoral students gain exposure to the latest in IS research. The emphasis will be given on the research published in the highest quality IS journals over the past year as well as research appearing in the top conferences in the past year.
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MIS 6V98
Sp Studies Information Systems
6V98   Special Studies in Information Systems
   Specialized study for PhD students in Information Systems. Special studies are offered on demand and may count for one to six semester credit hours. They may be taken more than once provided the title and content substantially differ from prior special studies courses.
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MIS 6V99
Dissertation
6V99   Dissertation                                                                1 to 12 sem. hrs.
Prerequisite(s): Completion of coursework and comprehensive exam.
   Supervised research for the doctoral dissertation.
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