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BCIS 5311. Managing Information Systems. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 2 Hours).

Studies the management and use of information and technology as a resource to create competitive businesses, manage global operations, provide useful products and quality services to customers, whether public or private. Examines information systems management, intellectual property, privacy, organizational and societal impact, legal issues, ethics, security issues, decision making, strategic information systems, and management and organizational support systems. Lab Fee $15.

Department of Accounting, Finance, and Economics

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...Making 3 or ECON 5311 Econometrics and Forecasting...5000 level courses): ACCT, BCIS, BLAW, BUSI, COBA...

Marketing and Computer Information Systems

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...BCIS 5304 Telecommunications for Managers 3 BCIS 5307 Systems Analysis for Managers 3 BCIS 5311...

Management

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...Strategy 3 ECON 5308 Managerial Economics 3 BCIS 5311 Managing Information Systems 3 Two Business...

Curriculum and Instruction

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...3 BCIS 5311 Managing Information Systems 3 BCIS 5351 IT Project Management 3 BCIS 5304...