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COM-121 Digital Communication
GER: VP (Visual and Performing Arts)
The use of digital, electronic media in the cultivation of democratic society. Students will gather information and learn to transmit that information through blogs, podcasts, video, and other digital media.
IDS-259 E-Merging: Learning Technology
Exploring, through culture and concepts, the implications of information and communications technologies for what it means to learn and to know. Students experiment with collaboration, networking, concept mapping, and self-organization in individual and group projects. Requirements include participation in electronic discussion forums, presentations, multimedia projects, journals, and essays.
BUS-335 Management Information Systems
The role of information in supporting business operations, managerial decision-making, and organizational strategy. Topics include technology concepts, inter-networked enterprises, functional area applications, systems development, and effective management of information resources.
CSC-361 Information Structures
Prerequisite: CSC-122 and CSC-261
Basic concepts of data. Linear lists, strings, arrays and orthogonal lists. Representation of trees and graphs. Multilinked structures. Analysis of the time and space complexity of several important algorithms.
BUS-420 Marketing Research
Emphasis on the importance of a marketing information system. The types and sources of information required for marketing planning and decision making. Topics include the research process, techniques, design and methodologies. Concepts applied through case studies or projects in the business community.
ACC-350 Accounting Information Systems
Prerequisite: ACC-111 Examining and analyzing of systems that process accounting information using transaction cycles in both manual and automated environments. Focus on design, development and implememntation of systems including relevant processes, controls and technologies.
EES-201 Geographic Information Systems
Introduction to use of geographic information system analysis to enhance geographic pattern and relationship recognition in geo-spatial data. Data collection and data quality. Data transformation and linkages. GIS modeling.
LIB-150 Information Containers and their Structures
Analyzing paths through the content in digital and printed books, articles, reports, and distinguishing these structures along with tweets, email, blogs, and other denizens of the internet.
LIB-200 Information Discovery, Dissemination, and Archiving.
Techniques for the retrieval of desired content in varied structures and securing its legacy as information for knowledge-building.