Upon successful completion of this course, students are expected to be able to: identify current problems and issues in relations to the use of information technology for business advancement; apply basic and strategic principles of management information systems (MIS) in light of current business world development; explain the strategic uses of information technology and how to execute technology when developing a corporate strategy; explain the use of information technology to transform the organization and create new lines of business and building relationships with other firms; and analyze the roles of appropriate technology for enhancement of professionalism and productivity; and propose information technology solutions which are based on ethical analysis both in the local and international context.
This course provides an overview of information systems (IS) in the business world. It presents an organizational view of how information technology (IT) is manipulated or applied to create competitive advantages, manage global organizations, transform organizations, and collaborate with business partners more effectively. Topics include electronic businesses, information technology infrastructure, databases, telecommunication systems, the strategic use of information systems, the development of information systems, the economics of IT, and security issues involved with information systems.
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