Because of the rapid pace of technological innovation and the turn around time inherent in the curricular change process, it is impossible for an academic department to offer a conventional course in each new technology as it emerges. Yet, students completing their program will face a job market in which knowledge of these technologies is prized or even demanded.
This course provides a way for the MS-CIS curriculum to expose students to a variety of topics in information technology on a rotating basis and makes it easy to add new topics as they evolve. Case studies supports to theoretical lectures given.
Applications and impacts of information systems, role of information technology, planning, building, and managing information systems