ITC20 (Management Information Systems)

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Form No. 811c

College Course Syllabus
SUBJECT (3 Units): COURSE TITLE: ITC 20 Management Information Systems

I. Course Description & Objectives This course seeks to prepare business oriented students to work with IT professionals and equip them with adequate knowledge to work in technical projects through the topics discussed in the course. The course also examines the nature of business strategy and the important role that Information Systems play in that strategy from both theoretical and practical perspectives, looking at both common traditional approaches and the latest emerging strategies in today’s business world. Cases and examples will be used throughout the course to illustrate concepts and focus class discussions. An important component of this course is the participation of the students in real life case studies to make them competitive in their respective careers. At the end of the course, the student is expected to: 1. Understand and discuss intelligently the current technical and managerial issues regarding strategic information systems and personal computer technology. 2. Understand and discuss intelligently the current technical and managerial issues regarding networking and telecommunications technology. 3. Understand and distinguish various types of business information systems existing in organizations. 4. Understand the role of information technology in business process “reengineering,” and how it can be used to attain competitive advantages. 5. Understand and discuss intelligently the ethical and security issues to the use of information technology. I. Course Classification Required for a Degree in BCS-CS and BSA Required for a Major in ____________ Elective Pre-Requisite: CSC 16 Course Outline Topic 1. Introduction to Managing Information Systems 2. Information Systems, Organizations, Management and Strategy and Ethical and Social Issues in the Digital Firm Reference Pages 2-32 Pages 40-106

II.

Time Allotment PRELIM WEEK 1 WEEK 2

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WEEK 3 WEEK 4 WEEK 5 WEEK 6 MIDTERM WEEK 7 WEEK 8 WEEK 9 WEEK 10-12 FINAL TERM WEEK 13 WEEK 14-15 WEEK 16 WEEK 17-18

3. The Digital Firm: Electronic Business and Electronic Commerce 4. Ethical and Social Issues in the Digital Firm 5. IT Infrastructure and Platforms 6. Managing Data Resources 7. Telecommunications, Networks, and the Internet 8. The Wireless Revolution 9. Security and Control

Pages 114-139 Pages 150-180 Pages 189-222 Pages 232-252 Pages 264-275 Pages 275-279 Pages 520-552

10. Enterprise Applications and Business Process Pages 330-360 Integration 11. Managing Knowledge in the Digital Firm 12. Enhancing Management Decision-Making for the Digital Firm 13. Redesigning the Organization with Information Systems 14. Understanding the Business Value of Systems and Managing Change 15. Managing International Information Systems Pages 370-406 Pages 412-431 Pages 444-476 Pages 484-509

IV. Class Activities 1. Research Works 2. Data Gathering 3. Preparation of Document Proposal 4. Oral Presentation of System Proposal IV. Textbook Adopted Laudon & Laudon, Management Information Systems: Managing the Digital Firm. 8th Ed. C & E Publishing Co., c2004 658.4038 L372 G Date Adopted: June 2011

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V. References 1. MIS for the Information Age, Haag, Stephen c2005
2. Whitman, M. Management of Information Security, Course Technology,

c2007
3. Laudon, K. Essentials of Management of Information Systems, Prentice Hall,

c2005
4. McNurlin, B. Information Systems: A Business Approach, Wiley & Sons,

c2005
5. Debowski, S. Knowledge Management, Wiley & Sons, c2006

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Grading System First Prelim Grade (FPG) Class Standing First Prelim Exam Second Prelim Grade (SPG) Class Standing Second Prelim Exam Final Term Grade (FTG) Class Standing Second Prelim Exam Final Grade (FG) Class Standing Includes: Quizzes Assignments Written Reports Laboratory Exercises Case Studies Software Presentation
Prepared by: Noted by: Date: Arlene Mae C. Valderama Department Chair, Computer Science/IT Milani M. Austria Dean, Technological Studies June 6, 2011
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