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Course

Course Description

Grade

Semester

Credits

MIS100

Programming Language

This course aims to compare and evaluate the design issues and characteristics of programming language. In addition, it practices a popular programming language on personal computers.

1

2

3

MIS200

Marketing

This course examines the concepts, activities, and decisions that relate to the marketing function in business and non-business organizations home and abroad. It focuses on development and implementation of marketing strategies through the use of marketing mix variables of product, price, place, and promotion.

2

1

3

MIS201

Business Organizations

An analysis and discussion of classical and modern structure, and human behavior in organization.

2

1

3

MIS202

Computer Networking

This course is designed to familiarize students with the terminology and concepts related to computer networks including LAN and WAN. Especially, Internet technologies such as IPv6, Packet, and PKI are covered.

2

2

3

MIS203

Management Science

To introduce the important ideas in management science approach and to demonstrate the cohesiveness of management science methodology.

2

2

3

MIS204

Managerial Accounting

This course is a study of decision-making and management control with emphasis on fundamental managerial thoughts. Especially attempts will be made to assist students in learning how to get basic and relevant cost management and changing paradigms of current control.

2

2

3

MIS205

Statistical Methods

This course provides an exposition of the subject to help students understand statistical techniques. Students will be motivated to study applied statistics by the use of practical applications and example.

2

2

3

MIS300

Systems Analysis&Design

A study of formal and informal technique for analysis, design, construction and operation of corporate information systemstechniques to control and aid the process by which computer systems are developed and installed with major emphasis on the analysis of user requirement.

3

1

3

MIS301

Data Analysis

This course is concerned with various statistical methods and techniques, estimation, statistical testing, and statistical inference, for applying to statistical data.

3

1

3

MIS302

Database System

In this course, we study basic concepts and principles of database systems to enhance understanding of the applications of database systems. The objective of this course is to provide students with not only understanding of database management systems but also the capability of applying them to various domains.

3

1

3

MIS303

Management Information Systems

This course provides students with a framework for making decisions concerning the use, development, and planning of information technology, as well as an appreciation of the impact of information systems on the performance of modern organizations.

3

2

3

MIS304

Application of Cutting Edge IT

This course is designed to improve the ability to deploy new IT applications and to find solutions for corporate management problems using comprehensive knowledge gained while working on real-world projects.

3

2

3

MIS305

Enterprise Resource Planning

This course introduces students to ERP systems and provides an overview of the managerial and technical issues in planning, designing, implementing, and extending ERP systems and technologies. The focus of the course is managerial with some technical content and several hands-on exercises involving ERP package.

3

2

3

MIS400

Financial Management

The goal is to provide on understanding of financial markets, the financial instruments that are traded in these markets, and corporate financial management decisions.

4

1

3

MIS401

Internet Business

The focus of this course is on technology and business issues surrounding the use of the Internet in business. Topics include: understanding of doing business on the virtual space such as marketing, operation, advertisement, pricing, and management strategy as well as Internet applications that enable e-business.

4

1

3

MIS206

Programming Language

An analysis and discussion of classical and modern structure, and human behavior in organization.

2

1

3

MIS207

Website Design and Development

This course aims at design and development of Web site using Web editor and graphic software.

2

1

3

MIS208

Financial Accounting

A study of basic concepts of financial accounting, financial accounting standards, and alternative accounting methods for providing users with useful information.

2

1

3

MIS209

Internet Marketing

This course is a marketing strategy course. However, it involves some hands-on applications of the technology. The goal of this course is to encourage the students who are the future executives and managers and strategist of IT related business to rethink the way that they view technology and marketing strategy.

2

2

3

MIS210

Production and Operations Management

This course, for the improvement of productivity and effective management in business administration, attempts to systematically approach strategic issues and managing plan of them for reasonable system designing and management in manufacturing business and service industry.

2

2

3

MIS306

Computer Simulation

This course covers a model building process of a real system as well as the design and its applications. Through implementation of an appropriate experiment with a simulation model on a computer, we study the real system for design, procedural analysis and performance assessment.

3

1

3

MIS307

Information Technology Strategy

The modern organizations employ information technology to be competitive in the global market. This course covers information technologies utilized in world-class organization and business strategies. It emphasizes the roles of appropriate and effective information technology use rather than the principles of design and implementation. Some case studies are applied.

3

1

3

MIS308

e-Supply Chain Management

This course aims to teach students ways in which to efficiently manage the entire supply chain such as the producers, suppliers, and consumers.

3

1

3

MIS309

International Business Administration

Concepts covered include the management of various types of international risk, strategic planning, operations, communications, negotiations, legal and socio-ethical issues facing modern institutions. Development of management systems, as well as, the functions, strategies, and structures of management will be discussed.

3

1

3

MIS310

IT Venture Business

The aim of this course is to acquire theory and practical knowledge on establishing an IT venture business. This course encompasses steps for the establishment of IT venture from entrepreneurship initiatives, start-up process, feasibility analysis, business plan writing, and funding. In addition, relevant case studies will be reviewed.

3

2

3

MIS311

MIS Development Project

This course provides students with the study and practice of software engineering by handling real- world problems. The study of software engineering is combined with the application of software engineering principles and techniques to an actual, ongoing project. The project is assumed to involve the development of a nontrivial software system by a team of students.

3

2

3

MIS312

Database Development

In this course, students will investigate a real world area and develop an E-R diagram for it using an E-R modeling tool. In addition, they will practice to design and build a real database using Oracle DBMS. They will also practice to develop an database application program using a rapid application development tool.

3

2

3

MIS313

Business Practical English

The aim of this course is to familiarize students business English at the business environments such as how to write resume and personal statement, how to write business letters, how to answer phone calls, how to communicate with English speaking business men, and how to respond to business e-mails.

3

2

3

MIS314

Electronic Commerce System Development

This course reviews the recent state of art of technology of electronic commerce. A plan and design of electronic commerce system, this aims to study the methodology of development of electronic commerce system, apply the electronic commerce system development tools and practice the development of electronic commerce web site.

3

2

3

MIS402

Data Mining

The primary aims of this course introduces the exploration and analysis of large quantities of data in order to discover meaningful patterns and rules using data mining software.

4

1

3

MIS403

Decision Analysis

This course provides probabilistic decision making tools and applications for solving management problems.

4

1

3

MIS404

Application of Cutting Edge IT

This course is designed to improve the ability to deploy new IT applications and to find solutions for corp.

4

1

3

MIS405

Management of Technology

This course aims to establish the basis for understanding and utilizing the fundamental concepts of management of technology. It covers topics such as technology innovation, technology strategy, technology forecasts, R&D management, technology entrepreneurship, and global technology management. It also explores practical cases.

4

1

3

MIS406

ERP Practice

This is an advanced course for ERP, aiming to acquire practical knowledge with theories on ERP software based on the general understanding of the core modules of ERP.

4

1

3

MIS407

Management Support Systems

This course provides frameworks for supporting managerial decision making on the basis of information technology. The major topics covered are decision support systems, business intelligence, Data Warehouse and OLAP. A focus on the understanding of the concepts and development strategies of these systems and practices of tools for each topics will be done.

4

2

3

MIS408

MIS Seminar

This course provides lectures on research methods for graduation theses. Strategy and planning for research will be studied. Seminar over all the spectrum of MIS related topics will be held. Participants should present and discuss their own papers.

4

2

3

MIS409

IT Project Management

This course examines the defining characteristics of IT projects and introduces the student to a variety of project management techniques that can be applied in an IT project context. Managing scope, time, cost, and quality will be explored. The course will cover management issues associated with packaged software implementation, in-house developed systems, and outsourced projects.

4

2

3

MIS410

e-Customer Relationship Management

In this course both principles and theories of e-CRM, e-CRM applications strategy, e-CRM business management, company-wide e-CRM concepts and cases will be studied overall.

4

2

3