Academic Catalog

Foundations of Information Systems (MAP)

Introduces students to contemporary information systems and the roles these systems play in modern organizations. The focus is on the key components of information systems (people, processes, data, and technologies) and the issues of building, acquiring, managing, and safeguarding information systems to create competitive advantage. Prerequisite: Departmental Faculty Approval


Credit Hours:
Course Number:
INFR 310
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