This course introduces students to solving business problems and developing new solutions using spreadsheet and database software. Topics include business information systems, E-business (how businesses use information systems), achieving competitive advantage with information systems, IT infrastructure, and foundations of business intelligence. Further topics include telecommunications (the Internet and wireless technology), securing information systems, achieving operational excellence and customer intimacy, E-commerce (digital markets and digital goods), improving decision making and managing knowledge, building information systems, and ethical and social issues in information systems.
Prerequisites: BSAD 310, BSAD 325, BSAD 350, ACCT 102 or permission of the instructor.
3 credits (3 lecture hours), spring semester