I S 300
Fundamentals of information systems, what they are, how they affect organizations. Technical and organizational foundations of information systems, building information systems, managing information system resources. Laboratory emphasizes using computer to analyze, coordinate, solve organizational decision-making problems. Prerequisite: ACCTG 225; ECON 200; either MATH 112, MATH 124, MATH 125, MATH 134, MATH 135, or MATH 145; either ECON 311, IND E 315, QMETH 201, Q SCI 291, Q SCI 381, PSYCH 315, PSYCH 318, STAT 220, STAT 221, STAT 311, or STAT 390; may not be repeated. Offered: AWSpS.
The lab sessions cover a series of hands-on computing topics. The objective of each lab session is to introduce a topic and get you started in exploring the skills involved; Students are responsible for gaining the skills required to complete the assignments. Topics include basic web design and publishing and Microsoft Office packages.
Student learning goals
Understand basic computing topics
Be familiar with Microsoft office Packages
Apply what you learned to future business projects
General method of instruction
Please make sure you come to labs prepared to learn. You should bring a USB disk to lab so you can save your work. If you are new to Windows, you may need to spend extra time in the first week of class to become familiar with the software and tools that are used for the assignments.
Class assignments and grading
Nine assignments in total, using the knowledge you learned at the lab to complete each assignment.
Assignment 1 will be graded as Credit/No-Credit. Full score for each assignment is 10. Total score will be 80+ bonus points. Deduction will be applied to incorrect answers, missing or incomplete requirements.