Courses in Computer Science and Information Management

BUS-K 209 Fundamentals of Microsoft Office (3 cr)

The course covers the fundamentals of Microsoft Officebusiness applications: PowerPoint, Word, Excel, and Access with emphasis on Excel.

  • Offered online and in class in fall and spring semesters
  • Offered online in summer semester

BUS-P 301 Operations Management (3 cr)

Introduction to the design and management of manufacturing and service operations. Students will learn to recognize the basic tradeoffs associated with operations management decisions, to identify and quantify operating characteristics of different manufacturing and service systems, and to apply a variety of tools and techniques used by operations managers. Topics include process management, quality performance, constraint management, lean systems, forecasting and inventory management, operations planning and scheduling, supply chain design, logistics, and supply chain sustainability.

  • Offered online and in class in fall and spring semesters
  • Offered online in summer semester
  • Prerequisite: ECON-E 270
  • Sample Syllabus: Online; In Class

BUS-S 310 Systems Analysis and Project Management (3 cr)

Analysis of an organization and the subsequent design of solutions to meet business requirements are at the heart of the information systems field. This course follows a structured process called the systems development life cycle that companies use to identify and solve business problems. Alternative methodologies are also covered. Students learn tools and techniques for conducting projects, including: how to gather system requirements, how to identify project feasibility, how to construct models of business processes using data flow diagrams, and how to implement a new solution. While this course emphasizes the system analyst’s role, all business students can benefit from the ability to analyze the processes, data, and computer systems that they will encounter in their work. This knowledge will also benefit students when working with the system analyst to define strategic business solutions.

  • Offered online in the fall semester
  • Prerequisite: INFO-I 101
  • Sample Syllabus: Online;

CSCI-A 110 Introduction to Computers and Computing (3 cr)

Covers the basic principles of computers and software as well as the social and lifestyle effects of information technology. Emphasis on problem solving techniques using productivity software.

  • Offered online and in class in fall and spring semesters
  • Offered online in summer semester
  • Sample Syllabus: Online; In Class

IIM-I 300 Foundations and Principles of Integrated Information Management (3 cr)

Introduction to concepts of management information systems; techniques for information sharing; hardware and software standards, supporting end users and using microcomputers as workstations. The course also covers related ethical issues.

  • Offered online and in class in fall and spring semesters
  • Offered online in summer semester
  • Sample Syllabus: Online; In Class

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