Information Management

Course Number: 
MIS 501
A technical and managerial perspective that considers the management of an Information Technology (IT) organization for students with little or no academic or professional IT experience.  Topics include: hardware, software, data/information, networks, applications, organization considerations, and frameworks for managing.  Students assess applications, analyze case studies, and explore an important aspect of their company's information technology environment.  This non-credit, web based course is in place to prepare MSIS students that do not have IT experience.  It (or equivalent experience) is a prerequisite for any MSIS course. No credit towards a graduate degree for departmental majors.  Undergraduates are not allowed to enroll in this course.
Credit Hours: 
3.00
Lecture Hours: 
3.00