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ACCT 511 Prerequisites

None

Discusses accounting perspectives, principles, concepts, and assumptions used in preparing financial statements of organizations for use by external parties. Emphasis is placed on interpretation and uses of the financial statements, and how this requirement relates to independent audits of management assertions as contained in financial statements. Topics include introduction to financial statements, transaction analysis, accrual accounting, internal control, accounting for various categories of assets and liabilities, cash flow analysis, and analysis of financial statements.

MKT 521 Prerequisites

None

Discusses conceptual frameworks and analytical tools used in formulating marketing strategies for organizations. Focuses on developing students’ competence in effectively managing the strategic marketing function of an organization to develop and nurture a sustainable competitive advantage. Topics include the strategic role of marketing in the organization, industry analysis, market segmentation and targeting, competitive strategies, etc. Emphasis will be placed on applications through the use of case studies and/or computer game simulation of competitive interaction and the development of a strategic marketing plan.

OM 512 Prerequisites

None

Provides an understanding of how the operations function in an organization is performed. Examines how do the operations activities of a firm that include both manufacturing and services activities create value and the competitive advantage in our increasingly interconnected and interdependent global economy

MIS 510 Prerequisites

None

Components of MIS technologies: Hardware, software, and networking components. Databases and their structures. Information systems applications including enterprise systems, e-business, and Decision Support Systems. Concepts and tools of systems development. Ethical and security issues

MGT 522 Prerequisites

None

Discusses strategic management processes and of the formulation and application of functionally integrated business policy by top management. Sharpens students skills in designing strategic management processes, linking strategy of business with organizational missions and visions, conduct internal and environmental assessment, implement strategy analysis based on multiple approaches, making strategic decisions of the choice of policy directions and develop a framework for policy evaluation

MIS 512 Prerequisites

MIS 510

Principles of modern computer networking, data communications, network security, and associated technologies. Design, implementation, administration, and security of computer (wired and wireless) networks and data communications. Network architecture to support network-based applications, such as Web, email, ftp, telnet. Management of enterprise information security, contingency planning (incident response, disaster recovery), security policy programs, and risk management.

MIS 515 Prerequisites

MIS 510

Overview of Systems analysis & design methodology. Approaches (tools and techniques) used by today’s IS developers to gather requirements, design and model, and then construct and implement successful system solutions. Application of Object-Oriented (OO) tools and the Unified Modeling Language (UML). Description of objects, diagrams for functional (use case), structural & dynamic models, hierarchies, dependencies, message flows, state transition, and user interfaces.

MIS 518 Prerequisites

MIS 510

Data resource management concepts. Database support for various levels of management. Relational database model. Database life cycle. Conceptual data modeling. Database logical and physical design. Database integrity. Database languages and technologies. Data and database administration.

MIS 520 Prerequisites

MIS 510

Concepts and methods associated with security of information and information systems planning, designing, implementing, managing, and auditing security at all levels and on all systems platforms, including worldwide networks. Risk management and disaster recovery. Techniques for assessing risk associated with accidental and intentional breaches of security. Legal and ethical issues related to the uses of information systems.

MIS 522 Prerequisites

MIS 510

Introduction to Decision Support Systems (MSS): Decision Support Systems, Collaborative Work Systems, Executive Support Systems, Expert Systems, and Neural Networks. Impact of MSS on decision making. Exposure to MSS tools and development methods. Integration of MSS. Team projects to develop MSS.

BUS 599 Prerequisites

STAT 511

Helps students to acquire scientific research skills, prepare an applied research tackles one of the contemporary issues in the students’ field of specialization that has practical and scientific importance, and to train students to apply the rules of scientific methodology in management research. At the end of the course, a student submit an applied research report that follows the scientific method in research papers, and which has a practical and scientific contribution. For the student to pass this course, his/her research must be to the level of the possibility of acceptance for publication in an academic journal.

MIS 525 Prerequisites

MIS 515 & MIS 518

Understand, design and develop dynamic web pages that retrieve its data dynamically from database Ability to connect to different Database Systems (DBMSs) using different technologies such as ODBC, JDBC and other available data-binding controls in the used programming/development language. Know how to mix HTML tags and the sever-side script/code of the development tool; how to maintain the state in web pages; how to secure and personalize web pages; Debug and handle errors and exceptions; be able to use SQL to store/insert, retrieve, update, and delete databases’ data; be able to deploy developed web sites

MIS 528 Prerequisites

MIS 510

Project management fundamentals and strategies. Project plan. Project estimation. Project risk management. Human aspect of project management. Project implementation issues. Managing IT projects from initiating, planning, executing, controlling, reporting, and closing a project. Project integration, scope, time, cost, quality control, and risk management. Software size and cost estimation. Work Breakdown Structure. Loading of Resources. Monitoring progress.

 

MIS 530 Prerequisites

MIS 510

Presents a managerial perspective on the effective use of information system resources for strategic advantage and maximum organizational performance. Alignment of business and information system strategies. Linking technology with business processes to change the nature of work and to improve organizational performance. IS outsourcing and off-shoring of information systems. Impact of information systems on people.

MIS 532 Prerequisites

MIS 518
Theory and practice of Knowledge Management (KM), with an integrated interdisciplinary presentation. KM perspectives arising from artificial intelligence, information systems, and organizational behavior. Technical components of computer tools and technology for managing knowledge. Leverage knowledge effectively within an organization. Evaluation the nature, computer representation, access, and utilization of knowledge versus information within a human context. Preparation for managerial, technical, and systems workers alike in today’s modern knowledge-based economy.

MIS 535 Prerequisites

MIS 510
This course covers architecture, setup, configuration, operations and management of system that is of “enterprise class”. Fundamentals of business process and business process re-engineering concepts are also taught in this course. Emphasis is given to the ERP selection, process mapping, GAP analysis, implementation, and configuration of ERP systems. Students receive an in-depth coverage of enterprise modules and decision analysis tools. Project management techniques are used to emphasize team dynamics and management skills.

MIS 538 Prerequisites

MIS 510
Principles of business intelligence and Data Mining techniques. Data warehouse and decision making process. Identification, collection, organization, and analysis of data from various sources such as the Internet, electronic banking, point-of-sale devices, bar-code readers, and intelligent machines. Data mining techniques drawn from Statistics, Computer Science, and Artificial Intelligence. Use of modern software tools. Examples will be drawn from several areas including applications in marketing, risk management, and fraud detection.

MKT 521 Prerequisites

None
Discusses conceptual frameworks and analytical tools used in formulating marketing strategies for organizations. Focuses on developing students’ competence in effectively managing the strategic marketing function of an organization to develop and nurture a sustainable competitive advantage. Topics include the strategic role of marketing in the organization, industry analysis, market segmentation and targeting, competitive strategies, etc. Emphasis will be placed on applications through the use of case studies and/or computer game simulation of competitive interaction and the development of a strategic marketing plan.

OM 512 Prerequisites

None
Provides an understanding of how the operations function in an organization is performed. Examines how do the operations activities of a firm that include both manufacturing and services activities create value and the competitive advantage in our increasingly interconnected and interdependent global economy.

 

OM 531 Prerequisites

OM 512
Provides an understanding of the dynamic nature of supply chain management for products and services and addresses the impact of the global economy on the managerial decisions. Examines the theory of supply chain design, which includes strategies for sourcing, supplier relationships, quality, logistics, inventory management, and integrated supply chain management.