Overview

Business Information Systems

This introductory course explores how information systems can be leveraged to transform business operations by examining system design, delivery and use. The goal of this course is to teach students to make informed decisions about the applications of information technology in a range of business sectors. In particular, students will analyze the strategic importance of hardware, software, networks, and databases to an organization's ecosystem. As well, students will explore current trends and examine solutions to common business problems through the use of database, enterprise, and decision support software. Finally, students will not only investigate the process for developing new systems within an organization, but also learn to anticipate potential problems and identify possible solutions to systems implementation.

Course Code: 
SYST-3002
Area of Interest: 
Business, Finance & Administration
Prerequisites: 
#Take ACCT-1097 (Appl Comp App's Accounting 1) ACCT-1098 (Appl Comp App's Accounting 2) ;

 

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