Course Descriptions

Management Information Systems

MIS 320
Management Information Systems
3 credits

This course is an overview of management information systems and their use to support business operations. Students are exposed to current information systems technology used in the business decision-making process. Emphasis is placed on management control of information systems. Topics include information systems concepts and planning; end-user computing; hardware, software, including decision support systems, "Groupware," and database systems; networks; international, social, political, legal, behavioral, and ethical issues of MIS.

Prerequisite(s): CTA 206/BCS 206 or equivalent