MIS 310 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS (3)

Three hours lecture per week

Prerequisite: COMP 101 or equivalent

Examines application of computer-based information systems to the management of organizations. Topics include use of information to further the organization's mission and strategy, the role of users, the architecture of information, and development of decision-support processes for managers.

MIS 490 SPECIAL TOPICS (3)

Three hours per week

In-depth analysis of current topics in computer information systems. Topics vary each semester. Repeatable by topic.

MIS 492 SERVICE LEARNING/INTERNSHIP (3)

Six hours per week

Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor

Enrollment in this course is with permission of faculty member in charge. Individual internship through service learning.

Graded Credit/No Credit

MIS 497 DIRECTED STUDY (1-3)

Variable hours per week

Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor

Individual contracted study on topics or research selected by the student and faculty mentor. Repeatable for up to nine units.

Graded Credit/No Credit