ISM 3011  Management Information Systems credits: 3

This course addresses key management issues as they are applied to global Information Technology (IT) management. This course also addresses strategic Information Technology issues such as management of hardware, software, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), electronic business integration, security and infrastructure support for a variety of industries. The student will be introduced to technology and information systems terminology and will be expected to understand the business implications of Information Technology. Real world examples using case studies, applied exercises, and research assignments will show future managers how Information Technology can be employed to improve organizations. Credit is not given for both ISM 3011 and ISM 4301

Admission to: TMGT-BAS or BUS-BS or INTBUS-BAS or MGTORG-BAS or EDST-BS or HSA-BAS or PPA-BS or PSA-BAS