Information Systems Management (ISM)

ISM:520 Data Networks & Security (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: MGMT 601. Principles of the design and management of data networks for business communications. (Formerly 6500:520)

ISM:602 Programming for Data Analytics (3 Credits)

Introduction to data preprocessing and programming concepts including controls, functions, and data structures, and applications to modeling, hypothesis testing, data visualization, and simulation and bootstrapping. (Formerly 6500:602)

ISM:605 Object Oriented Programming (3 Credits)

Advanced introduction to computer programming in the context of developing business applications. It consists of two core components: object-oriented programming principles and business applications prototyping. (Formerly 6500:605)

ISM:620 E-Business Foundations (3 Credits)

Provides an understanding of the foundation of Electronic Business focusing on business and application issues. (Formerly 6500:620)

ISM:622 E-Business Technologies (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: ISM 620 or ISM 602. This course provides a foundation in internet related technologies for successfully managing an e-business. Students will be required to design and implement a functional e-business prototype. (Formerly 6500:622)

ISM:640 Data and IS Governance (3 Credits)

Corequisite: ISM 601. Focuses on management of IT and analytics functions, including alignment with business strategy, data architecture, systems and data governance, and cloud analytics processing. (Formerly 6500:640)

ISM:641 Business Database Systems (3 Credits)

Introduction to issues underlying the analysis, design, implementation, and management of business databases. (Formerly 6500:641)

ISM:643 Analysis & Design of Business Systems (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: ISM 605. A hands-on treatment of the methods used to develop different types of business information systems. (Formerly 6500:643)

ISM:644 Business Intelligence (3 Credits)

Corequisite: MGMT 601. Concerns transformation of business data into actionable information through ETL, data warehousing, data modeling and architecture. Particular emphasis on data visualization with end user tools. (Formerly 6500:644)

ISM:645 Software Development and Quality Assurance (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: MGMT 601. Introduction to business software development and quality assurance. Student teams will work on projects with an emphasis on implementation of business systems. (Formerly 6500:645)

ISM:646 Enterprise Systems Implementation (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: ISM 602. The configuration and implementation of Enterprise Systems to support the cross functional integration of business processes. (Formerly 6500:646)

ISM:648 Management of Telecommunication (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: ISM 602 or ACCT 603. An introduction to the use and management of telecommunications resources to support the activities of the organization. (Formerly 6500:648)

ISM:652 Information Systems for Management (2 Credits)

An introduction to current practice in the management of information in the organization from an executive management perspective. (Formerly 6750:652)

ISM:663 Advanced Data Analytics Topics (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: MGMT 601 and ISM 602. Covers advanced topics on data analytics such as Bayesian networks and decision tree learning. Requires a programming language for big data projects. (Formerly 6500:663)