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ITBP307: Information Systems Fundamentals

Description:Introduction to information systems; Information systems in organizations; Organizing data and information; Business information systems; Overview of Electronic Commerce; Transaction processing and Enterprise-Wide Systems; Information and decision support systems; Systems analysis, design, implementation and maintenance; Information systems development and acquisition; Database Management Systems.
Credit Hours.:3
Text Book: Ken Laudon and Jane Laudon, Management Information Systems
Coordinator: Marton Gergly
Topics Outline:
  1. Information Systems in Global Business Today
  2. Information Systems, Organizations, and Strategy
  3. IT Infrastructure and Emerging Technologies
  4. Foundations of Business Intelligence: Databases and Information Management
  5. Telecommunications, the Internet, and Wireless Technology
  6. E-Commerce: Digital Markets, Digital Goods
  7. Managing Knowledge
  8. Enhancing Decision Making
  9. Building Information Systems
  1. Define organizational structures and related departmental functions.
  2. Explain information sharing across departments, for efficient business operations.
  3. Explain data transformation and its uses in various business information systems.
  4. Demonstrate business process and data modeling.
  5. Develop a Web information system application that uses a three-tier architecture model.
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Pre-requisiteITBP219: Object-oriented Programming
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