Courses

BIS 2073
Fundamentals of Information Systems

This is a general introduction to computerized information systems, their economic and social implications, microcomputer hardware, personal productivity software and communication networks. Prerequisites: Basic computer skills and familiarity with the Internet. 45 Credit Hours, ACC 2013 and BIS 2073 or CSC 2003

BIS 3103
Information Systems in Business

This is an advanced discussion of application, design and the use of computerized information systems in the business environment, including the use of e-commerce and ethical and security concerns of electronic data and information in business today. Prerequisite: 45 credit hours, and ACC 2013 and BIS 2073 or CSC 2003.

BIS 4043, 5043
Systems Analysis and Design

The study of the analysis, design, and implementation of information systems used to assist organizations in decision making. Emphasis is placed on the systems approach to decide what information is needed and how it should be collected, organized, and stored. The course examines the impact of information systems upon the organization structure. Prerequisites: BIS 3103 and junior-senior or graduate standing. Prerequisites: BIS 3103 and junior/senior or graduate standing.

BIS 4081-3, 5081-3
Independent Study

Independent study in an area of business information systems selected by the student and faculty advisor. Credit will vary from one to three hours. May be repeated. Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor.

BIS 4091-3, 5091-3
Special Topics in BIS

Variable content course, covering current and advanced topics in business information systems. Credit will vary from one to three hours. May be repeated with a change in content. Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor.