Semester Hours: 3

Identifying, analyzing, developing and acquiring information systems are central to the information systems discipline. The course has to do with identifying, conceptualizing and analyzing business opportunities where information systems applications can add value followed by design, development, and implementation of such applications. Planning for and management of this core IS activity is a critical organizational competence. Prerequisites: IS 600 or passing score on the Information Systems Competency exam.

Information Systems, MS-IS

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