INFO SYS 365 — CONTEMPORARY TOPICS

1-3 credits.

A course for the exploration of subject areas possibly to be introduced into the business curriculum.

INFO SYS/​COMP SCI  371 — TECHNOLOGY OF COMPUTER-BASED BUSINESS SYSTEMS

3 credits.

Overview of computers, their attendant technology, and the implications of this technology for large-scale, computer-based information systems. Topics include hardware, system software, program development, files and data communications.

INFO SYS 422 — COMPUTER-BASED DATA MANAGEMENT

3 credits.

Students learn how to analyze information requirements and data flows, design and build effective database systems, manipulate information in a database environment, and build database-driven applications to support management decision making. Focus on data modeling, relational databases, and database technologies.

INFO SYS 424 — ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF COMPUTER-BASED SYSTEMS

3 credits.

Analysis of business systems to identify possible need for new or improved computer-based systems and the design of systems to meet those needs.

INFO SYS/​I SY E/​OTM  671 — E-BUSINESS: TECHNOLOGIES, STRATEGIES AND APPLICATIONS

3 credits.

Overview of core concepts of e-commerce and e-business technologies, strategies and applications. Covers business-to-consumer, business-to-business and intra-business models by using real-world examples and cases from various industries..

INFO SYS/​I SY E  722 — COMPUTER-BASED DATA MANAGEMENT

3 credits.

Use, control and administration of centralized and distributed data bases. Topics include the definition, design, creation, revision, interrrogation, update, security and integrity of data bases.

INFO SYS 724 — ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF COMPUTER-BASED SYSTEMS

3 credits.

Analysis of business systems to identify possible need for new or improved computer-based systems and the design of systems to meet those needs.

INFO SYS 765 — CONTEMPORARY TOPICS

1-3 credits.

Exploration of subject areas possibly to be introduced into the business curriculum.