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Itec 3355 - Integrated Information Systems
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ITEC 3355 xxxxx Integrated Information Systems Semester College of Technology Building Room Days and time 3 credit hours Instructor name Office Hours Office Number Phone 713 743 xxxx Email PREREQUISITES To enroll in this course students should have completed ITEC3347 Principles of information Management COURSE DESCRIPTION This course covers evaluation of integrated information systems Students who have constructed personal information systems will be exposed to the theory of the Information Systems discipline Application of these theories to the success of organizations and to the roles of management users and IS professionals are presented REQUIRED MATERIALS Title Management Information Systems Author Oz Publisher Coursetech ISBN 1418835978 Required Title Planning Implementing and Maintaining A Microsoft Windows Server 2003 active Directory Author Corbin Publisher Microsoft ISBN 0072944900 optional for certification COURSE OUTCOMES AND ASSESSMENTS By the end of the course students will be able to introduce discuss and describe fundamental concepts of IS theory and their importance to practitioners to show how an information system is a strategic and integral component of an organization to discuss how an information system is developed and managed within an organization to present and discuss the relevance of the cognitive process and human interactions in information system design and implementation to discuss how individuals make decisions and set and achieve goals to discuss the Simon Model of organizational decision making and its support by IS to introduce systems theory quality and organizational modeling and demonstrate their relevance to information systems to discuss a systems based role for management users and designers to explain physical systems and work flow and how information systems relate to organizational systems to present other organizational models and their relevance to IS to discuss the relationship of IS planning to organizational planning to demonstrate specific classes of application systems including TPS and DSS to discuss and examine the process standards and policies for development of information systems development methodologies life cycle workflow OOA prototyping spiral end user and other approaches to discuss outsourcing and alternate implementations of the IS function to discuss performance evaluation consistent with quality management and continuous improvement to introduce the societal implications of IS and related ethical issues to introduce and explore ethical concepts and issues relating to personal and professional behavior to introduce compare and contrast ethical models and approaches to explore ethical and social analysis skills to consider the nature and existence of power to discuss and explain ethical and legal principles and issues to discuss and explain ethical considerations of information systems development planning implementation usage sales distribution operation and maintenance to investigate issues relative to managing the information systems function


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