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INFS 3100 - Principles of Management Information Systems
Prerequisite: Junior standing. Prerequisite: Junior standing. Focuses on information systems within organizations. Addresses how information technology (IT) supports business operations and management. Topics include strategic uses of IT, business intelligence, databases, decision support, artificial intelligence, e-business, systems development, IT infrastructure, security emerging trends and inherent social, ethical, and legal considerations. Excel spreadsheet design and data analysis for decision making key components.
3.000 Credit hours

Levels: Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Combined Lecture/Lab

Info Systems & Analytics Department

Course Attributes:
College of Business Course Fee, Credit from 4-Year College, Upper-Division Work

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