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BUS 375 Spring/Summer 2011 MANAGING INFORMATION SYSTEMS
 

Summary: BUS 375 Spring/Summer 2011
MANAGING INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Classes
Instructor: Bill Bonner, Ph.D. Office: ED 540.10 Telephone: 585-4794
E-mail:bill.bonner@uregina.ca
Classes: Section 040: MW 7:00-9:45 ED 623
Prerequisite: BUS 205 (or ADMN 205 or ADMN 265), BUS 210 (or ADMN 210), BUS 250 (or ADMN
250), BUS 275 (or ADMN 275), BUS 285 (or ADMN 285), BUS 288 (or ADMN 288), and BUS 290 (or
ADMN 290), and BUS 007 *** * Note: Students may only receive credit for one of BUS 375, ADMN 375,
and ADMN 435AI. * BUS 210 (or ADMN 210), BUS 250 (or ADMN 250), BUS 275 (or ADMN 275),
BUS 288 (or ADMN 288), and BUS 290 (or ADMN 290). *** * Note: Students may only receive
credit for one of BUS 375, ADMN 375, and ADMN 435AI.
Course Description
Calendar Description: An overview of management and organizational issues surrounding
the Information Systems/Information Technology function (IS/IT) and in its interaction with
business functions within and between organizations. Topics will include: the evolution of the
IS/IT functions, functional area systems, current trends, strategy, managing and acquiring IS
resources and ethical issues surrounding IS/IT.
This is an overview course on managing information systems (IS) in the broadest sense of
which information technology (IT) is an element. IT is embedded in the organizational/

  

Source: Argerami, Martin - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Regina

 

Collections: Mathematics