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MISM 6314   (3-3-0)   Management Information Systems
This course reviews information systems (IS) from a manager's perspective. Topics include computer system resources, applications to functional business areas, IS planning and development, and IS management. Current issues in business applications of information technology are discussed. Individual exercises in Internet research, PowerPoint presentation, database queries, and spreadsheet analysis and charting are utilized.  Fall, Spring, Summer, Online.
Prerequisite: None.

MISM 6320   (3-3-0)   Systems Analysis and Design
This course provides students with an in-depth understanding of the methodology, tools, and techniques involved in designing an information system for an organization, including a detailed study of the systems development life cycle. The course involves reviewing and analyzing cases and practice exercises. A semester-long project will be required, including analysis and design of an actual information system.  Spring, Online.
Prerequisite: MISM 6314.

MISM 6330   (3-3-0)   DataBase Management Systems (S-L)
This course acquaints students with the techniques involved in determining database requirements, designing databases, components and architecture of databases, and database management systems. Topics will include data dictionaries, fourth-generation programming languages, the use of case tools in developing databases, data integrity, security and privacy issues, and user interface. The course will include a project involving the design of an actual corporate database.  This course contains a field-based service-learning component. Fall, Online.
Prerequisite: MISM 6314.

MISM 6335   (3-3-0)   Networks and Telecommunication
The benefits of using computer networks, the technology associated with them, and how to design and implement them will be stressed in this course. Topics include a study of the basic fundamentals of telecommunications, network topologies, network design strategies, and the implementation of networks into business organizations. The course will include a semester project allowing students to design a network appropriate for solving an identified business need.  Fall, Online.
Prerequisite: MISM 6314.

MISM 6340   (3-3-0)   Information Technology Management
The primary emphasis of this course is to study the impact of information technology on business organizational structure; the human-computer interface; the use of information systems for developing corporate strategies, both domestic and international; and the growing impact of information systems on global economic, legal, political, regulatory, and social structures. This is the capstone course for the Information Systems Concentration and should be taken in a student's final semester.  Fall, Spring, Online.
Prerequisite: MISM 6314, 6320, 6330, 6335. M.B.A. students only.

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