TEXAS A&M INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY
A.R. SANCHEZ, Jr. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
MIS 3310.180 SYLLABUS - Fall 2013
Course: Management Information Systems (MIS) 3310.180 (Online Course)
Instructor: Dr. Vanessa Garza
Office Hours: Tuesday: 12:30-1:45pm, 3:30-6:45pm; Thursday: 12:30-1:45pm and by appointment.
Office Location: PH 313J
E-mail: All course communications will be conducted through the Angel e-mail feature. If you encounter difficulties with this feature you may contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Required Text: Management Information Systems for the Information Age, 9th Edition
Stephen Haag and Maeve Cummings (ISBN-13 978-0-07-337685-1)
Prerequisite: Prerequisite: MIS 1305 or equivalent.
Each student is responsible for ensuring that he or she has met the published prerequisites of the appropriate TAMIU Undergraduate Catalog, otherwise enrollment in this course may not be valid.
Course Description: This course addresses the theory, capabilities, applications, benefits, liabilities and economics of business computer information systems. The focus is on using information systems to solve business problems. Management information systems and computer-based decision support is emphasized. The standard support application packages will be used. Written and/or oral presentations are required.
In addition to the chapters and assignments specified in the syllabus, additional readings and assignments may be posted throughout the semester.
Course Goals: The overall objective of this course is to help students become informed business users and managers of information systems and technology. Specific objectives and student learning objectives are:
Objectives | Means of Assessment |
Objective 1: Gain an acceptable level of knowledge of general business concepts, especially in the MIS...