MIS 284 Advanced Microcomputing (3 Credits)
Exploration of complex spreadsheet problems,, sensitivity analysis, and the use of database, management systems within microcomputer software.
MIS 288 Principles of E-Business (3 Credits)
This course introduces the processes involved with, planning, strating, operating, and marketing an, e-business in today's environment. Timely topics, such as creating business plans, securing, financing, marketing, payment methods, web site, development, Web technologies, and e-business, security are discussed.
MIS 372 Business Appl in Visual C ++ (3 Credits)
Application of the object model through C++, providing the necessary tools to design and, implement business applications using C++'s Visual, Workbench/IDE.
MIS 374 Programming in Visual Basic (3 Credits)
Study of Visual Basic development, language syntax, and programming in an event-driven environment.
MIS 375 Management Information Syst & E-Commerce (3 Credits)
Study of functional information systems,, e-commerce concepts, and ethical issues in MIS, and E-commerce.
MIS 378 Business Applications in Java (3 Credits)
An introduction to JAVA as an object-oriented, language used to write JAVA applets and, applications. Business examples incorporating, multimedia, mutithreading, networking, object-, oriented concepts of: abstraction, encapsulation,, inheritance, polymorphism, persistence, and, dynamic binding.
MIS 390 Business Database Management (3 Credits)
Introduction to the disign and development of, database systems. Exploration of the database, enviroment; relational aspects of the database, theory; structured query language features of, SQL server.
MIS 410 Systems Analysis and Design (3 Credits)
Introduction concepts and methods used in the, analysis and design of business information, systems. Opportunity to study the SDLC phases, through group projects and CASE tools such as, Visible Analyst.
MIS 415 Web Application Dev for E-Business (3 Credits)
Study of current technologies for designing and, developing web based e-business applications., Topics include Active Server Pages, Scripting, Languages, database integration, and others.
MIS 419 Networking (3 Credits)
Introduction to current networking technology., Exploration of OSI reference model, basic network, designs, network components, network architectures, network operations, network administration and, support, network hardware and software, installation and configuration. Extensive hands-, on training provided.
MIS 423 Decision Support & Expert Systems (3 Credits)
Study of the manager's responsibilities in, problem-solving and decision-making and areas in, which computers can be used as tools to gain, insight needed to support decision alternatives.
MIS 499 System Development Project (3 Credits)
Application of computer programming, and system, development concepts, principles, and practices to, comprehensive system development projects. Use to, project management methods, project scheduling and, control techniques, formal presentations, and walk, throughs in the solution of information systems, problems.