Course descriptions are listed alphabetically by subject prefix. Each course description begins with a three letter subject prefix followed by a three – digit course number and the course title. The number on the right of each course description gives the semester credit hours for that course. If a course includes laboratory or other special activities, that information is contained in the course description. Prerequisites are also listed. A prerequisite is a course, experience, or other required preparation that must be completed before the student is permitted to enroll in the course.
|Subject Prefix and Course Number||Course Name||Semester Credit Hours||Course Description||Cross Listed Course||Prerequisite|
|MIS 300||Management Information Systems||3||This course covers fundamental|
concepts of information systems and how they
support management and operations of business organization
in an increasingly competitive business
|Not Applicable||ACC 201, BUA 204 and ECO 201, all
with grades of C or better.
|MIS 301||Business Application Development and Programming (Developing Business Applications)||3||This course provides a structured approach to business application development and programming. Problem solving techniques, program design, and logic, are emphasized. Students will engage in hands-on exercises to reinforce learning how to design and develop business applications.||Not Applicable||BUA 101 or COS 100 and BUA 102 or consent of the instructor.|
|MIS 303||Business Database Systems||3||An introduction to the business|
use of various data models. Topics include the
theory and design of data management in the context of business information needs.
|Not Applicable||MIS 300|
|MIS 320||Introduction to ERP Business Processes||3||This course explains and demonstrates how business processes such as sales and distribution, materials management, production planning, financial accounting, controlling, and human resource management are supported in an ERP software package. The course will focus on how Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems integrate business management and performance analysis. Students will gain an understanding of the integrative nature of ERP systems by completing exercises using simulated ERP environments.||Not Applicable||MIS 300 and MIS 301 or consent of the instructor.|
|MIS 360||Advanced Management Information|
|3||This course addresses the design, development|
and use of information systems to make professional
or management decisions.
|Not Applicable||MIS 300 or PUA 322 or consent of instructor|
|MIS 420||Advanced Business Applications Programming (ABAP)||3||This course provides an overview of the ABAP programming language for the SAP enterprise resource planning system. Students will learn how to access database tables, design input screen selections and generate output list reports. Students will write a variety of beginning and intermediate level modules, and events will also be discussed.||Not Applicable||MIS 300, MIS 301, MIS 303, MIS 320 or consent of the instructor.|
|MIS 430||Managing ERP Systems||3||This course focuses on enterprise systems configuration. The course will give students hands-on experience configuring an ERP system, such as SAP's ERP Enterprise. Students will follow instructions and data provided by the instructor to configure the SAP ERP system to support main business processes. By understanding how an ERP system can be configured to manage a business process, the student will gain a better understanding of the integrated nature of business processes in general.||Not Applicable||ACC 201, ACC 202, MIS 300, MIS 301, MIS 303 or COS 410, MIS 420 or consent of the instructor.|
|MIS 450||Electronic Commerce||3||This course examines integration of|
technology and commercial practices for doing business
on the Internet. The course will explore key concepts,
models, tools, and applications as well as legal,
economic, social and business issues related to e-commerce.
|MKT 450||MGT 301, MKT 301, MIS 360 or consent
|MIS 460||Internet Application Development||3||This course covers concepts, principles,|
and techniques of Internet business applications development.
The course provides students both theory
and practical application of e-business technologies.
|Not Applicable||MIS 303 and MIS 360 or consent of
|MIS 470||ERP and Enterprise Performance||3||This course provides an overview of Enterprise Resources Planning (ERP) systems and their impact on organizations. The course addresses organizational interest in integrated enterprise information systems and the factors that drive businesses to select and implement these solutions. The course will review research evidence demonstrating the impact of ERP systems on enterprise performance. Hands-on exercise using simulated ERP environments will allow students to gain further understanding of the integrative nature of ERP systems by completing exercises.||Not Applicable||ACC 201, ACC 202, MIS 300, MIS 301, MIS 303 or COS 410, MIS 420 or consent of the instructor.|
|MIS 475||Introduction to Enterprise Architecture||3||This course covers the foundational concepts, frameworks, principles and best practices of enterprise architecture. The course will provide students will the foundational knowledge needed to understand how EA serves to integrate strategic, business, and technology planning methods, which support enterprise-wide information technology resource development and governance in the context of business requirements. Real-world case studies and project discussions will reinforce learning.||Not Applicable||MIS 320 and MIS 420 or consent of the instructor.|
|MIS 480||Management Information Systems|
|3||Off-campus on-the-job employment|
related to the discipline of marketing.
leadership, culture, or other current issues. Should be
taken in the final semester of the MBA program.
|Not Applicable||MIS 300 and junior or senior status and consent of chairperson|
|MIS 497||Topics in Information Systems||3||This course addresses topics of current interest|
in information systems. Examples of topics
include data warehousing, information security, information
systems economics, knowledge management
systems, or other emerging technologies and MIS topics.
Specific topics may vary in different semesters, as
will the associated course prerequisites. The student is
advised to check with the School of Business or
his/her adviser on this offering.
|Not Applicable||MIS 360 or MIS 460 or consent of instructor|
|MIS 499||Independent Study in MIS||3||Research and in-depth study of a particular|
marketing concept or problem under the direction
of a faculty member.
|Not Applicable||Senior classification and consent of the
|MIS 510||Management Information Systems||3||This course introduces a variety of issues relating to|
managing information systems and strategic role of
information technology in enabling an organization to
gain and maintain competitive advantage. It addresses
both behavioral and technical issues and uses case studies
as a means of exploring a number of decision situations
in organizations. All issues are considered
from the managerial perspective.
|Not Applicable||Not Applicable|
|MIS 597||Contemporary Topics in Management|
Information Systems (MIS)
|3||An exploration of contemporary topics in management|
information systems. May be repeated up the
three times for different topics. Examples topics include:
strategic management of technological innovation,
customer relationship management system, global
information systems, business intelligence and knowledge
management or other emerging or relevant special
|Not Applicable||Not Applicable|