WSU Graduate Courses - Management Information Systems/MIS
MIS 700 INFORMATION SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT (Credits: 4)
Focuses on basic principles, methods and tools of development of information systems by considering framing and execution of IS projects within organizational contexts. Particular attention is given to problem structuring and problem design issues.
MIS 705 E-BUSINESS STRATEGY AND TECHNOLOGY (Credits: 4)
Introduction to electronic commerce including fundamentals, applications, benefits and limitations, security and risks, infrastructure and other issues.Primary theme is proper application of electronic commerce and its technologies to gain competitive advantage for business.
MIS 710 DATABASE MANAGEMENT (Credits: 4)
Database concepts, data modeling using ER and 00 approaches, relational model, relational database design, structured query language, database system implementation, distributed database concepts, and role of commercial databases in application environments.
MIS 720 TELECOMMUNICATIONS MANAGEMENT (Credits: 4)
Includes data communications hardware, software, terminology, and network topology. Discusses the impact of communications on business operations, globalization and management practices, and investigates the issues related to managing networks.
MIS 781 SPECIAL STUDIES IN MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS (Credits: 1 TO 4)
Intensive research in a selected field of management information systems. Topics vary. Prerequisite: permission of instructor
MIS 788 INFORMATION SYSTEMS STRATEGY (Credits: 4)
Concepts and practices of management information systems for using information in the management of business enterprises are investigated to determine their deployment in achieving organization objectives.
MIS 790 TECHNOLOGY-ENABLED BUSINESS AND ORGANIZATIONS (Credits: 4)
This course provides a broad overview of the strategies used in technology enabled businesses.The emphasis on the business applications and characteristics of the technologies that can bring enhanced revenues, cost savings, and broader market reach to organizations.
MIS 791 BUSINESS PROCESS MANAGEMENT (Credits: 4)
This course provides a comprehensive approach for transforming business processes of an organization. It will demonstrate how to keep the renewed process working at their optimum level through process ownership and performance management.
MIS 792 CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MGT AND BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE (Credits: 4)
An in-depth study of customer relationship management (CRM) technologies and data warehouse applications.The special focus on the application of CRM and data warehouse technologies for managing the customer and data lifecycle.
MIS 793 ENTERPRISE APPLICATION INTEGRATION (Credits: 4)
This course provides a background in the fundamental principles of Enterprise Application Integration (EAI). Different types of Integration projects are explained, including intra-organization Enterprise Application Integration (EAI), Web integration and B2B integration.
MIS 794 ADVACNED DATA MANAGEMENT FOR THE SUPPLY CHAIN (Credits: 4)
The subject surveys concepts of advanced data management for Supply Chain Management.It will address a number of technology enablers of supply chain management including ERP and SCM applications, Web-centric marketplaces, and auction technologies.
MIS 796 INFORMATION ASSURANCE (Credits: 4)
This survey course will provide an understanding of communications and IT infrastructures, their vulnerability as well as the size and complexity of security threats faced by enterprises.
MIS 797 MANAGEMENT OF TECHNICAL SERVICES (Credits: 4)
The objectives of this course are to provide an understanding of the unique challenges inherent in profit delivering service excellence and providing an introduction to state of the art service management thinking.
MIS 798 IT OUTSOURCING AND PARTNERSHIPS (Credits: 4)
This course examines the dynamic of IT partnerships. To manage a global project, project managers need to be experts in defining requirements, managing change, communications, cultural sensitivity, planning and conducting project reviews, and negotions.
MIS 799 IS MANAGEMENT RESEARCH PROJECT (Credits: 8)
The Capstone IT Project provides students the opportunity to individually explore a problem or issue within the IT field study.
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