Main Campus · Richards College of Business · Management
Management of Information Sys
- Spring 2020
- Section 01D
- 3 Credits
- 01/04/2020 to 05/05/2020
- Modified 01/02/2020
This course introduces students to the study of organizations as systems supported by information processing. Students will be able to distinguish needs for information at different levels in organizations. They will be able to evaluate information system decisions. They will analyze business information problems using formal methods.
CISM 2201 and Richard College Upper Division RCUD
Associate Dean: Dr. Bradley J. Prince
- Email: [email protected]
- Office: Adamson Hall 130
- Phone: 678-839-4845
Please contact me via email with "CISM 3330" in the subject line. Thank you!
- Monday, Wednesday, 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM, Adamson Hall 130
WileyPlus Course Section ID A73946
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5% of your total grade
35% of final grade from 12 adaptive practice assignments
30% of final grade from 3 SAP assignments
30% of final grade from 3 exams
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Course Policies and Resources
Please email me at [email protected] with the subject line of "CISM 3330" to help me identify your message as important. I will create a flag in my email to highlight all student messages and will respond as soon as possible. I operate on a "24-hour attempt, 48-hour promise" policy. If you have not heard back from me in 48 hours, please resend your message!
- Learning Objective 1.1: Effectively incorporate technology to produce high-quality professional documents.
- Learning Objective 1.2: Effectively incorporate technology into a professional presentation.
- Learning Objective 2.1: Frame a business problem by identifying relevant data and evidence.
- Learning Objective 2.2: Utilize appropriate analytical and statistical techniques to evaluate data relevant to a business problem.
- Learning Objective 2.3: Identify viable alternative solutions and justify a recommendation for open-ended business problems.
- Learning Objective 2.4: Evaluate differing stakeholder perspectives and consequences to follow from business decisions.
- Learning Objective 3.1: Demonstrate an understanding of the fundamental principles of accounting, business law, economics, finance, management, management information systems, and marketing.
- Learning Objective 3.2: Demonstrate an understanding of globalization on the business environment, international business and trade.
- Learning Objective 4.1: Demonstrate an understanding of ethical leadership concepts, characteristics, and practices.
- Learning Objective 4.2: Address business constraints, competing objectives, and views other than one's own in formulating a decision.
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About the Richards College of Business
To become a globally recognized college of business preparing forward-thinking, responsible leaders.
We are in the business of transforming lives through education, engagement, and experiences.
Strategic Goals and Values
Admit quality students and provide them with an education that is rich in experiences and engagement opportunities to prepare them to be effective and ethical professionals.
Recruit, retain and develop faculty and staff by providing sufficient resources to support dynamic and up-to-date bachelor and master-level curricula, to conduct research and other professional activities, and to support engagement with all stakeholders.
Recruit, retain and develop administrative management and staff personnel to manage, develop and support infrastructure and those activities that build internal and external partnerships while working in an ever-changing environment.
The Richards College of Business community (administrators, faculty, staff, students, and business partners) share a commitment to the principles of honesty and integrity in interactions and undertakings, accountability for personal behavior, and respect for the rights, differences, and dignity of others. In addition, we strive to continuously improve our abilities to recognize unethical behavior and to make ethical and moral decisions.