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MIS 351 Management Information Systems
Focuses on fundamental management issues of information systems technology. Topics include personal productivity and business operations, data integration, decisions and models, organizational databases, decision support systems, and organization intelligence systems, strategic implications of information systems, designing and managing information systems. This course covers all types of management information systems and includes a team-based development of application cases in MIS. Offered Fall and Spring.
Prerequisite: SrS; MGMT 241 with a grade of "C" or better; CSCI 100, 116, or INTD (106, 107, and 108); STAT 101, 261, or PSYC 110; and a major in PACC, BSEC, BSAC, BSMG, ECON, or CSCI with a minimum 2.0 major GPA.
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