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p> Fundaci n Universitaria Cat lica Lumen Gentium Faculty of Business Business Administration Program Name of the Course: Management Information Systems Code: Cycle Training: Management Training Area: Socio Humanistic Academic Semester: VI Credits: 3 Teacher: Alexander Palace Email: alpawi Intensity time: 3 / 16 Weeks Period: 2008-1 1. Rationale: The revolution in business caused by the Internet and its related technologies demonstrates that information systems and communication are essential ingredients for the success of the organization’s networked business today.That’s why entrepreneurs, managers and management professionals must learn to identify and manage these technologies to streamline processes, make intelligent decisions based on facts / data and gain a competitive advantage. 2. Objective: Understand the SI Management Support provided to decision-making. a Principal and Co-Founder of Ogden CAP Properties, LLC, a property management/development company is is an active member on a number of Boards, including the New York Presbyterian Hospital, Refugees International, UN Watch, The Seton hall University School of Diplomacy, the New York City Parks Foundation, the New York City Opera, and the American Hospital of Paris, where the nursing services have been named in her honor 3. Specific objectives: a. Understand the importance of Information Systems (IS) and identify its 5 areas of knowledge from the end user perspective. b. Identify how can companies use IT as a competitive advantage (Red, globalization and business process reengineering). c. Identify types of SI in force in the company. d. Understanding the systems approach to problem solving and its development cycle. e. General understanding of hardware and their applicability in SI. f. Identify the business value of telecommunications and the different types of business applications. g.General Concepts and application databases using MS Access tool to solve a problem. h. Identify how IT supports business processes in companies (Finance, Human Resources, Logistics, Sales and Marketing). i. Identify how the SI support management decisions in companies and their strategic role.j. Understand the importance of outsourcing in IT and its financial impact. k. Understand the ethical challenges in GIS. 4. Problematic Axis: How to convert computer and telecommunications technology in a real competitive advantage in business 5. Main themes: a. Fundamentals of Information Systems. b. Information Technology: A management vision. c. Business applications of information technology. d. IT Management. 6. Methodology: a. Readings. b. Exhibitions. c.Exams in class / active participation. d. Research projects. e. Regulatory examinations. 7. Rating: a. Part 1 (30 ): Week March 10-15 I. Written Exam: 50 II. Exhibition: 30 III. Review (s) / job (s) / Other (s): 20 b. Part 2 (35 ): Week 28 April-3 May I. Written Exam: 50 II. Exhibition: 30 III. Review (s) / job (s) / Other (s): 20 c. F (35 ): Week June 3 to June 7 I. Written Exam: 30 II. End of Semester Project 50 III. Review (s) / job (s) / Other (s): 20

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