IT 203 - Information Systems for Managers
Semester Hours: 3
The use of information systems to support work processes and decision making at all levels of an organization and across all functional departments such as accounting, finance, and marketing. Topics include centralized versus decentralized information systems, client-server computing, information systems and decision making, database design issues, datamining, data warehousing, knowledge management, the strategic use of information technology, work process redesign (reengineering) with information technology, enterprises resources planning systems, electronic commerce, information systems security, information privacy, and global information technology issues.
Information Technology Residency Workshop or approved equivalent. Credit given for this course or BCIS 205, not both. Open only to matriculated graduate students in the Zarb School of Business and in other Schools at Hofstra where appropriate. See specific program requirements. (Formerly BCIS.)
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