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MIS Courses

Course List

MIS Course List

S No. Course Course Title
1 MIS 7000 Information System Strategies
2 MIS 7100 Technology Enabled Business & Organisations
3 MIS 7200 IS Project Management
4 MIS 7300 Enterprise Data and Resource Management
5 MIS 7400 IT Sourcing and Partnerships
6 MIS 7500 Business Process Management
7 MIS 7600 Customer Relationship Management & Business Intelligence
8 MIS 7700 Information Assurance
9 MIS 7800 Management of Technical Services
10 MIS 7900 IS Management Research Project

Course Descriptions

MIS 7000: Information System Strategies
Concepts and practices of management information systems for using information in the management of business enterprises are investigated to determine their deployment in achieving organization objectives.

MIS 7100: Technology Enabled Business & Organizations
This course provides a broad overview of the strategies used in technology enabled businesses. The emphasis is on the business applications and characteristics of the technologies that can bring enhanced revenues, cost savings, and broader market reach to organizations.

MIS 7200: IS Project Management
IS Project management encompasses the knowledge, techniques, and tools necessary to manage the development of information systems projects. Leading edge tools, techniques, and concepts will be presented through the course.

MIS 7300: Enterprise Data and Resource Management
This course provides a background in the fundamental principles of "Big Data" and Enterprise Application Integration (EAI). Different types of Integration projects are explained, including intraorganization Enterprise Application Integration (EAI), Web integration, Big Data, and B2B integration.

MIS 7400: IT Outsourcing & Partnerships
This course introduces the fundamentals of outsourcing information technology and business process activities. The course incorporates the outsourcing lifecycle including identifying needs, mapping activities and processes, estabilishing metrics and service levels, crafting the statement of work and contract, identifying and selecting vendors, conducting negotiations and finalizing contracts, managing and governing outsourcing relationships, and monitoring services and vendor performance.

MIS 7500: Business Process Management
This course provides a comprehensive approach for transforming business processes of an organization. It will demonstrate how to keep the renewed process working at their optimum level through process ownership and performance management.

MIS 7600: Customer Relationship Management & Business Intelligence
An in-depth study of customer relationship management (CRM) technologies and data warehouse applications. The special focus on the application of CRM and data warehouse technologies for managing the customer and data lifecycle.

MIS 7700: Information Assurance
This survey course will provide an understanding of communications and IT infrastructures, their vulnerability as well as the size and complexity of security threats faced by enterprises.

MIS 7800: Management of Technical Services
The objectives of this course are to provide an understanding of the unique challenges inherent in profit delivering service excellence and to provide an introduction to state of the art service management thinking.

MIS 7900: IS Management Research Project
The Capstone IT Project provides students the opportunity to individually explore a problem or issue within the IT field study.

Domain Description

Technology architectures: Having a technology architecture is an essential precondition to an enterprise attaining organizational flexibility. Technology architecture can be defined as the blueprints for an organization’s IT infrastructure. The blueprints include principles, standards, guidelines, and technologies that describe and direct an organization’s technology infrastructure for the future. Defining the technology architecture typically requires an examination of the enterprise from various perspectives: business, work, information, application, and external.

Project assurance & failure avoidance: Given that 23% of IT projects are canceled before they are ever completed and 49% are over budget when completed, the root causes of IT project failures and how to manage and avoid failures must be addressed by IT leaders. Project failures can arise from size, uniqueness, and complexity characteristics. Studying these characteristics is essential.

Enterprise systems: Enterprise systems and the plans, methods, tools aimed at modernizing, consolidating, and coordinating technology applications are key themes in the program. Topics such as 24/7 availability, instantaneous scalability, personalized self-service, and error-free transaction processing drive the need to examine enterprise systems and systems integration.

Technology strategies: Learning how to manage information systems necessitates an examination of technology obsolescence, renewal, and integration issues. Study of technology strategies which examine the application portfolio and link them to business needs is another important aspect of the program. Delving into technology strategies teaches students how to ensure that business functions will continue to operate effectively in a manner consistent with the future needs of the business.

Business continuity & disaster recovery, information ethics, & security: Information systems are especially prone to disruptions. Ensuring the continuous working of systems and business processes is a critical aspect to managing information systems. Topics covered in the program include how to plan, implement, and utilize recovery techniques to ensure business process continuity. Due to today’s regulatory environment and societal awareness and pressure, organizations must follow ethical standards and implement appropriate security policies. Topics include current regulatory standards and laws, privacy concerns and ethics, and security mechanisms and policies.