Introduction to Management and Information Systems
Prerequisite:IS 100 (Computer Spreadsheet Skills)
Description:Using technology to solve business problems. Hands-on spreadsheet, database, and Internet software in a business context.
Course Content:Lesson 1: Business Driven Technology
Lesson 2: Identifying Competitive Advantages
Lesson 3: Search Engines and Subject Directories
Lesson 4: Computer Hardware and Connecting to Networks
Lesson 5: Valuing and Storing Organization Information
Lesson 6: Designing Database Applications
Lesson 7: Problem Solving with Microsoft Access
Lesson 8: Business Intelligence and Decision Making
Lesson 9: Measuring the Success of Strategic Initiatives
Lesson 10: Building a Customer Centric Organization
Lesson 11: Data Security and Privacy
Lesson 12: Microsoft Excel Pivot Tables
Lesson 13: Systems Development
Lesson 14: Depicting Processes with Flowcharting
Lesson 15: Creating Innovative Organizations and Collaborative Partnerships
Lesson 16: E-Business
Online Courses:Course materials are accessed online, and all assignments must be submitted online. Optional course readings may be available but do not include the self-check assignments or graded assignments.
Notes:Students will need access to a computer, access to Microsoft Office 2010 (Word, Excel, and Access) and Internet access to complete this course. Please Note: Microsoft Access is only available on a PC. Students must complete all Microsoft Access assignments on a PC. Note: Students may choose to purchase access to an electronic version of the text from the publisher. The cost of the electronic version is significantly less than a physical copy of the text, but access to the electronic version is limited to 180 days from the date of purchase.
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