Jackson MS Transfer applicants who have completed an applicable associate degree, a higher level degree, or the equivalent, are exempted from freshman admission requirements.
This course is an introduction to computers and information processing in business. Students will examine and understand the importance, function, and use of computers in business.
In addition, the course provides hands-on experience with commercially available microcomputer software packages for word processing, electronic spreadsheets, presentation, and database management. This course is required of all Business School students.
For students enrolled full-time 12 or more creditsthere is no additional cost to take a department proficiency examination during a fall or spring semester. For students who are part-time, less than 12 creditsthe cost is the equivalent of the cost of registering for the actual course.
During summer or minimester terms, all courses are billed on a per-credit basis, so both full and part-time students will be charged the equivalent of the cost of registering for the actual course.
This course covers the statistical methods for solving business problems encountered in the functional areas of business. Students will learn and apply measures of central tendency, dispersion, probability concepts, probability distributions, sampling methods, sampling distributions, hypothesis testing procedures, analysis of variance models, correlation and regression analysis.
Case studies and statistical software tools will be used extensively throughout the course to relate the concepts and methods to business environments.
Prerequisites with C or better grade: Students will learn to formulate problems, design algorithms, and develop and implement solutions. The course discusses basic concepts such as selection, sequence, and iteration.
Formerly Information Systems Concepts and Methods. This course introduces students to classes, objects, and other object-oriented concepts. Using an integrated development environment, this course provides a comprehensive foundation in object-oriented programming for business applications.
Students design, code and execute object-oriented programs. Prerequisite with C or better grade: This course introduces students to information systems IS concepts, describe how IS are designed, and the business functions such systems play in organizations.
Technological, as well as, global and ethical issues of IS will be addressed in detail. Students will learn how to identify, analyze, and propose possible IS solutions to a variety of organizational problems. The course material will include up-to-date real world case studies and contemporary business problems that will highlight the theoretical concepts.
Topics include enterprise information systems, strategic utilization of IT, information systems planning, IT in organizations, e-commerce, and others. Students will be required to analyze and solve business problems using, the productivity tool, MS Office. The course introduces students to the process of developing information systems.
It provides an introduction to a systematic methodology utilizing tools and techniques to enable effective analysis, design and documentation of information systems.
Students will learn traditional and agile design and development techniques. Students will gain hands-on experience from this course by developing models from the core of formal methods in systems development. Students learn data modeling techniques, relational data models, normalization techniques, security, and implementation of databases.
The course provides an understanding of the theory as well as hands-on experience in database design, implementation, and utilization of organizational databases with DBMS and a language such as SQL. This course introduces students to issues related to adoption and strategic use of enterprise information systems in a variety of organizations.
Topics include adoption and strategic use of enterprise information systems such as ERP, CRM and supply chain management systems, enterprise architectures, business process management, reengineering, change management, investment analysis, security issues, IT outsourcing, vendor selection and current trends related to the study of enterprise information systems.
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