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MISM 1302 (3-2-2) Ethical and Human Side of Information Technology
This course is designed to examine and analyze the tremendous impact of technology on individuals, organizations and global societies, including the ethical issues in the use of information technology in the modern business world, as well as legal and social issues. Ethics for IT professionals and IT users will be considered relating to such issues as computer and Internet crime, privacy, intellectual property, software development, employer/employee issues, and freedom of expression. Additionally, the class will examine the human dimensions of technology and the impact that technology and globalization is having on individuals and the workplace and the implications this has for managing, and leading organizations. Fall, Spring, Summer, Online.
Prerequisite: COSC 1301 and one of the following: MATH 1301, 1303, or 1307.