Managing Information Systems
— BUSI 371 (3)
Takes a strategic perspective to develop the student’s critical thinking as to how emerging technologies can be best utilized and managed in order to increase organizational productivity, performances and capacity. Developed to cover the essential fundamental concepts of information systems, as well as challenges of implementing information technology in support of business strategic direction. In addition, a holistic approach is developed throughout the course. Assesses the technological and human resources issues associated with information systems in the context of rapid organizational and business change. Prerequisite: BUSI 101.
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