|Business Information Systems Online Course||
Business Information Systems Online Course
This introductory course on Business Information Systems explores a variety of topics including: Managerial Decision making, Networks, Software, Information and Project Management and Systems theory. As the course develops, students deal in depth with decisions in functional areas such as Database Management and Systems design. Students will also cover the areas of BIS security, Legal and Ethical issues. They are provided with an array of examples to demonstrate techniques, and to apply the concepts to real situations. For further reference and more in-depth treatment of these topics, please consult the following recommended texts: Business Information Systems, Chaffey et al (the version that you see here contains page references for this title) Business Information Systems, Curtis and Business Information Systems, Clifton/Ince
The authors of this course are Dave Chaffey and Paul Bocij. They were specially commissioned because of their knowledge of Business Information Systems and previous experience of writing for the online environment.
1. Introduction to Information Management: Basic Concepts2. Managerial Decision Making3. Systems Theory and Introduction to Information Systems4. The Technology of Computer-based Information Systems5. Networks and Telecommunications6. Software7. Software for the Internet and Communications8. Database Management9. Business Applications10. Internet - Business Applications11. Systems Acquisition12. Project Management13. Initiating Systems Development14. Systems Analysis15. Systems Design16. Systems Build, Implementation and Development17. Business Information Systems Strategy18. Managing End-user Computing19. Business Information Systems Security20. Managing Legal and Ethical Issues