UT Dallas 2014 Graduate Catalog

Management Information Systems

MIS 3100 Professional Development (1 semester credit hour) This course is required for all students majoring in Management Information Systems in the Naveen Jindal School of Management. This course is designed to enhance the student's experience in the Naveen Jindal School of Management. Students will work on networking skills, verbal and written communication skills, business etiquette training, and learn how to increase their human capital. Students will also work on projects geared towards career management and overall professional development as a business major. The goal of this class is to make the student a more marketable and valuable professional to the global economy. Students will learn and attend class using hybrid system of online training and on campus training. Credit cannot be received for more than one of the following: ACCT 3100, BA 3100, BCOM 3100, FIN 3100, HMGT 3100, IMS 3100, MIS 3100, MKT 3100 or OPRE 3100. (1-0) S (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 3300 Introduction to Management Information Systems (3 semester credit hours) Examines key business processes in organizations and how information systems support the execution and management of these processes. The course also deals with how to structure and manipulate data that might typically be found in an information system using the database management system, MS Access, and spreadsheet software, MS Excel, to make business decisions. (3-0) S (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 3310 Introduction to Social Network Technology (3 semester credit hours) The course helps students apply the latest Internet-based technologies in both their personal and academic lives. Further, it explores how consumer-oriented businesses utilize these technologies. The course is a hands-on, interactive course where the students can share their current knowledge with others in the class and learn the latest applications of various online technologies. Finally, the course introduces students to the application and use of advanced technology on the UT Dallas campus. (3-0) Y (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 4090 Management Information Systems Internship (0 semester credit hours) This course is designed to further develop a student's MIS knowledge through appropriate developmental work experiences in a real MIS environment. Students are required to identify and submit specific business learning objectives (goals) at the beginning of the semester. Student performance is evaluated by the work supervisor. Credit/No Credit only. Department consent required. (0-0) S (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 4300 Database Fundamentals (3 semester credit hours) Introduces the basic concepts for the design and development of relational databases and database management. Topics include entity-relationship data model, logical database design, data administration, Structured Query Language, and database management issues, such as concurrency control, data security, and integrity. A database management system software package is used to implement working database systems. Prerequisites: MIS 3300 and (MATH 1325 or MATH 2413 or MATH 2417). (3-0) Y (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 4301 Database Systems (3 semester credit hours) Introduces the basic concepts of relational databases. The emphasis is on relational database structure and the use of relational databases for query retrievals and report generation. Structured Query Language (SQL) will be covered extensively. Applications of databases for accounting, finance, marketing, and other areas of business will be discussed. ACCT 4301 or MIS 4301 may not be used to satisfy BS MIS degree requirements. Prerequisites: (ACCT 2301 with a minimum grade of C) and (ACCT 2302 with a minimum grade of C) and MIS 3300 and (MATH 1325 or MATH 2413 or MATH 2417). (Same as ACCT 4301) (3-0) Y (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 4310 Programming in Java (3 semester credit hours) Business application development using Java. Topics include the fundamentals of Java programming, applets programming for web-based systems, and object-oriented programming concepts. Prerequisites: MIS 3300 and (MATH 1326 or MATH 2414 or MATH 2419) and (MATH 2333 or OPRE 3333 or MATH 2418 or MATH 2415 or CS 2305). (3-0) Y (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 4312 Mobile Web Application Development (3 semester credit hours) Provides an introduction to mobile web application development. A mobile web application is developed using a combination of CSS, HTML5, JavaScript, and PHP. Emphasis is given to hands on application of course material through development of a web application prototype under conditions simulating a business environment. Prior programming knowledge is highly recommended. (3-0) Y (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 4320 Introduction to Healthcare Information Systems (3 semester credit hours) Examines key processes in healthcare organizations and how information systems support the delivery of healthcare services. The course also deals with issues surrounding the selection, implementation, and use of electronic medical records (EMR) and provides opportunities to work hands-on with EMR software. Prerequisites: HMGT 4301 and MIS 3300. (Same as HMGT 4321) (3-0) Y (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 4330 Systems Analysis and Design (3 semester credit hours) An overview of systems development methodologies will be presented. In addition to concepts in systems analysis and design, the students will be exposed to concepts in project management, and information gathering techniques. Projects focusing on the use of CASE tools will also be an integral part of the course. Prerequisites: (MIS 4310 or MIS 4312) and MIS 4300 and (MATH 1326 or MATH 2414 or MATH 2419) and (MATH 2333 or OPRE 3333 or MATH 2418 or MATH 2415 or CS 2305). (3-0) Y (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 4340 Enterprise Resource Planning (3 semester credit hours) This course provides an understanding of the practical use of enterprise resource planning systems in modern business. The course provides an understanding of integrated business processes in ERP systems, project management approaches, ERP development methodologies, and ERP architectures. ERP concepts are reinforced with hands on transaction experience in the SAP ERP system. Topics associated with creating an information systems implementation proposal for an executive team are discussed. Prerequisites: MIS 3300 and (MATH 1326 or MATH 2414 or MATH 2419) and (MATH 2333 or OPRE 3333 or MATH 2418 or MATH 2415 or CS 2305). (3-0) Y (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 4342 Analysis and Design of Accounting Systems (3 semester credit hours) Students are introduced to accounting system analysis and design tools and methods. The course emphasizes business processes, accounting transaction flows, internal control and accounting information systems as part of enterprise systems. Prerequisites: ACCT 3331 with a minimum grade of C. Prerequisite or Corequisite: ACCT 3332. (Same as ACCT 4342) (3-0) S (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 4343 Integrated SCM Information Systems (3 semester credit hours) An introduction to the concept of an integrated supply chain management system such as SAP's Enterprise Resource Planning System. Students will: 1) learn the elements of an ERP application, 2) understand the concepts of end-to-end supply chain management, 3) define the basic master data needed to create a supply chain plan, 4) forecast demand using several statistical methods, 5) plan inventories using MRP and re-order point techniques, 6) execute the supply chain plan through the production process, 7) view the completed inventories after production. Prerequisite: MIS 3300. (Same as OPRE 4320) (3-0) Y (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 4350 Introduction to Business Intelligence and Data Mining (3 semester credit hours) This course will introduce various data mining techniques to extract business intelligence from firms' business data for various applications, including association, customer segmentation, classification, customer relationship management (CRM), personalization, online recommendation systems and web mining. Students will also be exposed to various business intelligence software such as XLMiner, SAS EnterpriseMiner or SQL Server 2008 (depending on availability). Prerequisites: (MIS 4300 or MIS 4301) and (MATH 1326 or MATH 2414 or MATH 2419) and (MATH 2333 or OPRE 3333 or MATH 2418 or MATH 2415 or CS 2305). (3-0) T (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 4351 Enterprise Data Warehouses (3 semester credit hours) Data warehouses enable firms to effectively consolidate, arrange and analyze vast amounts of data. This course will explore the theory and practice of data warehouses for enterprises. The course will examine the components of an enterprise data warehouse, model the relational database required for an enterprise data warehouse, extract, cleanse, consolidate, and transform heterogeneous data into a single enterprise data warehouse, and run queries using a data warehouse. The course currently uses SAP BW and Business Objects as the tools for hands-on experience. Prerequisites: (MIS 4300 or MIS 4301) and (MATH 1326 or MATH 2414 or MATH 2419) and (MATH 2333 or OPRE 3333 or MATH 2418 or MATH 2415 or CS 2305). (3-0) Y (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 4352 Introduction to Web Analytics (3 semester credit hours) Introduces technologies and tools used to realize the full potential of web sites. The course focuses on collection and use of web data such as web traffic and visitor information to design web sites that will enable firms to acquire, convert, and retain customers. Online advertising such as paid search and web analytics tools will also be included. Prerequisites: MIS 3300 and (MATH 1326 or MATH 2414 or MATH 2419) and (MATH 2333 or OPRE 3333 or MATH 2418 or MATH 2415 or CS 2305). (3-0) Y (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 4360 Network and Information Security (3 semester credit hours) With the advances in information technology, security of information assets has become a keenly debated issue for organizations. While much focus has been paid to technical aspects of the problem, managing information security requires more than technology. Effective information security management demands a clear understanding of technical as well as socio-organizational aspects of the problem. The purpose of this course is to prepare business decision makers who recognize the threats and vulnerabilities present in current information systems and who know how to design and develop secure systems. Prerequisites: MIS 3300 and (MATH 1326 or MATH 2414 or MATH 2419) and (MATH 2333 or OPRE 3333 or MATH 2418 or MATH 2415 or CS 2305). (3-0) Y (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 4370 Information Systems Management (3 semester credit hours) Management of the information technology within an organization is a critical activity. Students will be introduced to issues relating to IT investment, management of IT, and using IT for competitive advantage. Prerequisites: MIS 3300 and (MATH 1326 or MATH 2414 or MATH 2419) and (MATH 2333 or OPRE 3333 or MATH 2418 or MATH 2415 or CS 2305). (3-0) Y (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 4390 Information Systems Capstone (3 semester credit hours) Project-based capstone course. Student groups apply management information systems principles and techniques to analyze, design and test information systems. They also analyze organizational impacts associated with acquiring, designing, developing and delivering information systems solutions. As a designated communication-enhanced course, MIS 4390 also focuses on the refinement of students' business communications skills and their use of writing as a critical-thinking and learning tool. Prerequisite: MIS 4330. (3-0) Y (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 4V81 Individual Study in MIS (1-3 semester credit hours) May be repeated for credit as topics vary (9 semester credit hours maximum). Instructor consent required. ([1-3]-0) R (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 4V90 MIS Internship (1-3 semester credit hours) This course is designed to further develop a student's MIS knowledge through appropriate developmental work experiences in a real MIS environment. Students are required to identify and submit specific business learning objectives (goals) at the beginning of the semester. At the end of the semester students must prepare an oral presentation, reflecting on the knowledge gained in the work experience. Student performance is evaluated by the work supervisor. Credit/No Credit only. May be repeated for credit (6 semester credit hours maximum). Instructor consent required. ([1-3]-0) S (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 4V95 Seminar Series in Information Systems (1-3 semester credit hours) Discussion of selected topics and theories in information systems. May be repeated for credit as topics vary (9 semester credit hours maximum). ([1-3]-0) R (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 6204 Information Technology and MIS Fundamentals (2 semester credit hours) Necessary background to understand the role of information technology and Management Information Systems in today's business environment. Topics include: strategic role of information, organization of information, information decision making requirements, telecommunications and networking, managing information resources, distributed processing, and current information systems/technology issues. May not be used to fulfill degree requirements in MS Information Technology and Management. (2-0) S (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 6302 (ACCT 6349) Information Technology Strategy and Management (3 semester credit hours) This course explores the strategic management and control issues associated with information technology. It provides a framework to understand how IT strategy aligns with business strategy and focuses on developing an understanding of the key information requirements for developing an IT strategy and systems architecture. This includes conducting IT sourcing analysis, and managing IT investments effectively to maximize business value. The course will consist of a mix of real-world case studies on IT strategy development across different industries. Credit cannot be received for both ACCT 6349 and MIS 6302. (3-0) Y (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 6308 (ACCT 6340) System Analysis and Project Management (3 semester credit hours) Provides the student with an in-depth knowledge of object oriented systems analysis and design procedures. Software project management techniques will be introduced. At the end of the course, the student will be able to analyze business solutions and design computer based information systems using object-oriented methodologies. Prerequisite or Corequisite: MIS 6326. (3-0) R (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 6309 (ACCT 6309 and OPRE 6391) Business Data Warehousing (3 semester credit hours) This course provides the student with in depth knowledge of data warehousing principles, data warehouse techniques, and business intelligence systems. The course introduces the topics of data warehouse design, Extract-Transform-Load (ETL), data cubes, and data marts. Students will create business intelligence using data warehouses with several OLAP and analytical tools. SAP, Business Objects, Cognos, or other data warehousing tools will be used to illustrate data warehousing concepts. (3-0) Y (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 6311 Cybersecurity Fundamentals (3 semester credit hours) The course provides an overview of various technical and managerial issues associated with cyber security. The topics include risk assessment and management, cyber security programs, IT security controls and technologies, security standards and laws, IT auditing, cyber insurance, and other cyber risk mitigation strategies. (3-0) S (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 6316 Data Communications (3 semester credit hours) This course covers the fundamentals of telecommunications, including: transmission, switching, throughput and capacity, error rates and checking, and security and policy issues. (3-0) Y (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 6317 (HMGT 6323) Healthcare Informatics (3 semester credit hours) Examines the unique challenges of clinical and patient care delivery in the healthcare industry, including the role of data management, emerging data standards and information technology in improving the quality and cost associated with healthcare. The focus of the course will be on healthcare IT including issues related to governance, data integration, and selection and management of healthcare IT. Credit cannot be received for both courses, HMGT 6323 and MIS 6317. (3-0) T (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 6319 (OPRE 6390) Enterprise Resource Planning (3 semester credit hours) Examines the role of enterprise systems in organizations. It will focus on business processes, business process integration, and information technology for enabling the integration. The course also covers selection and implementation of ERP systems. A part of the course will be set aside for demonstration and 'hands on' exercises with one of the available ERP software. (3-0) Y (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 6320 (ACCT 6320 and OPRE 6393) Database Foundations (3 semester credit hours) The course is designed to provide database knowledge for non-MIS business students to function effectively in their functional area. The course covers fundamentals of relational databases, relational database structure, database queries, and reports. Structured Query Language will be used extensively. Applications of databases for accounting, finance, marketing, and other areas of business will be emphasized. May not be used to fulfill degree requirements in MS Information Technology and Management. Credit cannot be received for both courses, MIS 6320 and MIS 6326. (3-0) Y (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 6323 Object Oriented Programming (3 semester credit hours) This course includes the fundamentals of Java programming, writing applets for web-based systems, and business application programming using Java. (3-0) Y (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 6324 (OPRE 6399) Business Intelligence Software and Techniques (3 semester credit hours) This course covers theories and applications of business intelligence. The focus is on extracting business intelligence from firms' business data for various applications, including (but not limited to) customer segmentation, customer relationship management (CRM), personalization, online recommendation systems, web mining and product assortment. The emphasis will be placed on the 'know-how' -- knowing how to extract and apply business intelligence to improve business decision-making. Students will also acquire hands-on experience with several business intelligence software such as XL miner, SAS Enterprise Miner and SQL Server2008 (depending on availability). This class is required for the SAS certificate in data mining. (3-0) Y (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 6326 Data Management (3 semester credit hours) Database theory and tools used to manage accounting data and other information are introduced. Topics include relational database theories, Structured Query Language (SQL), database design and conceptual/semantic data modeling. A client/server database environment is developed with a selected SQL server and a database application development tool. MIS 6320 and MIS 6326 cannot both be used to satisfy degree requirements. Prerequisite: MS ITM Major or instructor consent required. (3-0) Y (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 6330 Information Technology Security (3 semester credit hours) With the advances in information technology, security of information assets has become a keenly debated issue for organizations. While much focus has been paid to technical aspects of the problem, managing information security requires more than technology. Effective information security management demands a clear understanding of technical as well as socio-organizational aspects of the problem. The purpose of this course is to prepare business decision makers to recognize the threats and vulnerabilities present in current information systems and who know how to design and develop secure systems. This course (1) uses lectures to cover the different elements of information security, (2) utilizes business cases and academic research studies to discuss information security issues faced by today's businesses, (3) keeps in touch with the security market and practices through webcasts, and (4) presents strategies and tools to develop an information security program within the organization. (3-0) Y (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 6332 Advanced ERP: Sales and Distribution (3 semester credit hours) The class focuses on advanced process and configuration issues related to ERP implementation. The functional side of sales, distribution, delivery and billing as well as integration with materials management, production, financial and management accounting is emphasized. SAP is currently used to discuss and provide hands-on experience with key ideas. Some sales theory will also be discussed. Prerequisite: MIS 6319 or instructor consent required. (3-0) Y (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 6334 Advanced Business Intelligence (3 semester credit hours) This course is SAS based and is part of the 4-course curriculum for the SAS data mining certificate program. It will cover the topics as required by the SAS certificate program including data manipulation, imputation, variable selection, SAS/STA, SAS/ETS, SAS/QC (DOE) and various SAS stat modules. Students will also learn various advanced business intelligence topics including business data analytics, model analytics, customer analytics, web intelligence analytics, business performance analytics and decision-making analytics. Tool to be used include SAS, Weka and spreadsheet modeling. Prerequisites: OPRE 6301 and MIS 6324. (3-0) Y (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 6338 (ACCT 6338) Accounting Systems Integration and Configuration (3 semester credit hours) Using SAP or similar software, this course focuses on accounting information systems as part of integrated enterprise systems and modern systems analysis and design of integrated accounting systems. Emphasis will be on integrated business processes and related financial transaction flows, system analysis and design methods in SAP with focus on configuration methods. Prerequisite or Corequisite: ACCT 6202 or ACCT 6305 or equivalent. (3-0) R (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 6344 Web Analytics (3 semester credit hours) The course examines the technologies, tools, and techniques to maximize return from web sites. The course includes topics related to web site design issues, web data collection tools and techniques, measurement and analysis of web traffic, visitor tracking, search engine optimization, visitor acquisition, conversion and retention, key performance indicators for web sites, and measurement of online marketing campaigns. The use of web analytics tools such as Google Analytics will be an integral part of the course. (3-0) Y (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 6352 Web Systems Design and Development (3 semester credit hours) Provides an in depth examination of web application design evaluation practices and web application development techniques. A Rich Internet Application (RIA) is developed using an agile, team based, software development methodology leveraging a combination of CSS, HTML, JavaScript, XHR, DOM, PHP, and MySQL. Emphasis is given to hands on application of course material through development of a web application prototype under conditions simulating a business environment. (3-0) Y (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 6360 Agile Software Project Management (3 semester credit hours) Provides an in depth examination of project management principles and agile software development practices. The five process groups and ten knowledge areas of the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) are examined in the context of agile systems development life cycles. (3-0) Y (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 6362 Service Oriented Computing (3 semester credit hours) Examines the service orientation of technology to serve business. The course will explore Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) fundamentals from application as well as infrastructure perspective and study its impact to business. The course will examine the evolution of service orientation over computing eras leading up to current practices and cutting edge trends in global industry. (3-0) Y (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 6363 Cloud Computing (3 semester credit hours) This course is designed as a primer for cloud computing which many believe is the third major wave of computing, after mainframe and client-server computing. The course examines this technology from a business perspective. The course is designed to deliver a holistic and balanced view of business model, technological infrastructure, and security issues of cloud computing useful for the technology student to understand the business challenges and the business student to understand the technology challenges. (3-0) R (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 6364 Enterprise IT Architecture (3 semester credit hours) Enterprise IT Architecture (EA) provides a roadmap for the analysis and design of an enterprise in its current and future states from a strategy, business and technology perspective. The emphasis is on the alignment between IT and organizational objectives through the integration of business architectures, data and information architecture, application architecture, technology architecture, interfaces and infrastructure. While the course introduces many EA frameworks, it uses TOGAF extensively. Prerequisite: MIS 6308. (3-0) R (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 6369 (OPRE 6369) Supply Chain Software (3 semester credit hours) The course teaches planning and execution of supply chains with software such as SAP's ERP (R3) and Advanced Planning and Optimization (APO). This software is used in lab exercises that provide students with hands-on, experimental learning. The focus is on the supply planning function of supply chain management. Topics include: fundamentals of ERP and SAP, master and transaction data, MRP, forecasting, supply and demand matching, and integration of ERP and APO modules. This course is intended for graduate students with interests in software-based supply chain management. No SAP experience is required. (3-0) S (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 6372 IT Services Management (3 semester credit hours) The purpose of this course is to examine and explain how organizations engage and manage their IT services throughout the IT services lifecycle. The course covers topics related to service strategy, service design, service transition, service operation and continuous improvement. It also includes managing outsourced IT services and the organizational, technological and economical aspects associated with the outsourcing of IT services and functions. The course uses ITIL framework to illustrate various concepts. (3-0) Y (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 6373 Social Media and Business (3 semester credit hours) Social media represents one of the most significant changes on the Internet. This course is to familiarize students with the newly emerging social media and Web 2.0 landscape and its underlying concepts. The course covers essential skills to analyze, evaluate, and develop the Web 2.0 business models as well as marketing strategies. Different social media and Web 2.0 applications (e.g., Flickr, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Groupon, and Blogs) and their multi-disciplinary implications will be discussed. (3-0) R (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 6378 (MKT 6338) Enterprise Systems and CRM (3 semester credit hours) The objective of the course is to increase practical skills and conceptual knowledge related to Customer Relationship Management (CRM) utilizing the mySAP.com CRM application and the data mining workbench. Students will garner knowledge of operational, analytical, and collaborative CRM. (3-0) R (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 6379 SAP ABAP Programming (3 semester credit hours) This course provides a thorough understanding of the role of ABAP programming, SAP's programming language, in the implementation and use of enterprise systems. Components of the course include: complex report development, SAP query, dialog programming, ABAP Objects, transaction development, EDI/ALE and BAPI development, Business Add-ins (BADIs) and output processing. (3-0) R (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 6390 Analytics Practicum (3 semester credit hours) Student gains experience and improves analytics skills through appropriate developmental work assignments in a real business environment. Student must identify and submit specific business learning objectives at the beginning of the semester. Student must demonstrate exposure to the managerial perspective via involvement or observation. At semester end, student prepares an oral or poster presentation or a written paper reflecting on the work experience. (3-0) S (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 6V98 Information Systems Internship (1-3 semester credit hours) Student gains experience and improves skills through appropriate developmental work assignments in a real business environment. Student must identify and submit specific business learning objectives at the beginning of the semester. The student must demonstrate exposure to the managerial perspective via involvement or observation. At semester end, student prepares an oral or poster presentation, or a written paper reflecting on the work experience. Student performance is evaluated by the work supervisor. Pass/Fail only. May be repeated for credit as topics vary (3 semester credit hours maximum). JSOM Internship Coordinator consent required. ([1-3]-0) S (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 6V99 Special Topics in Management Information Systems (1-4 semester credit hours) May be lecture, readings, or individualized study. May be repeated for credit as topics vary. Instructor consent required. ([1-4]-0) S (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 7220 Colloquium in Management Information Systems (2 semester credit hours) Issues in current information systems research. May be repeated for credit as topics vary. Instructor consent required. (2-0) R (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 7310 Advanced Topics in Knowledge Management (3 semester credit hours) The course will discuss knowledge representations and reasoning techniques. It will focus on (1) conceptual models of knowledge in IT-based systems, (2) automated reasoning mechanisms that are enabled by such representations, and (3) automated discovery of knowledge from data. Applications in decision support systems, expert systems, and personalization and recommendation systems will be discussed. Necessary background in data models and information theory will be provided. (3-0) T (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 7330 MIS Teaching Practicum (3 semester credit hours) Individual sessions with a supervising coach. The student will have responsibility for handling all of the instructional duties for a course, including designing the syllabus, and all assessment. Feedback and guidance will help the student develop their teaching skills. May be repeated for credit as topics vary. Department consent required. (3-0) S (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 7340 Independent Study in MIS (3 semester credit hours) The student studies in depth a topic of interest to them in MIS (Management Information Systems) under the guidance of an instructor. May be repeated for credit as topics vary. Instructor consent required. (3-0) S (2015-04-19 12:32:41)

MIS 7420 Seminar in Management Information Systems (4 semester credit hours) Survey of theoretical issues and research in information systems. May be repeated for credit as topics vary. Instructor consent required. (4-0) R (2015-04-19 12:32:41)