BIS 1141          Business Software Applications (0 Credit)

This course aims at training students how to use various software packages for personal and business applications. Word Processing, Electronic Spreadsheet, Internet Applications, Presentation Tools are emphasized.

 

BIS 2180          Information Technology (3 Credits)

This course is to introduce various types of information technology including system unit, I/O devices, storage devices, communications devices, software, data and information processing. Functions and their applications in businesses are discussed. Prerequisite:            BIS 1140 Microcomputer Applications

 

BIS 3315          Programming and Algorithms (3 Credits)

This course is designed to introduce the concepts in programming based on selected programming languages. It includes essential programming tools, logics and algorithms, as well as program coding and debugging. Prerequisite: BIS 2180 Information Technology

 

BIS 3340          Computer Tools in Research (0 Credit)

This course aims at training students how to use statistical software tools to conduct research including data collection, processing and presentation. Software analytical features are also examined. Prerequisite: BIS 1140 Microcomputer Applications

 

BIS 3348          Principles of Multimedia (3 Credits)

The course provides the theories and concepts of various multimedia types: still-image, sound, 2-D and 3-D animation, motion pictures. Several data compression techniques are also discussed. Prerequisite: BIS 1140 Microcomputer Applications

 

BIS 3516          Object-Oriented Programming (3 Credits)

This course is aimed to build the object-oriented analytical and programming skills based on object-oriented concepts, tools and programming languages. It integrates how to create the information systems modeling, and how to develop stand-alone or networked applications. Prerequisite: BIS 3315 Programming and Algorithms

                                                

BIS 3567          Human-Computer Interaction (3 Credits)

This course introduces techniques and tools for the analysis, design, implementation and testing of human-computer interfaces. Special topics such as user-centered approaches to software requirements analysis, rapid prototyping and usability testing will be covered. Prerequisite: BIS 2180 Information Technology

 

BIS 3577          Online Media for Business (3 Credits)

The effects and role of online media on marketing communications, public relations in products or services and also provides the opportunities, problems, tactics and strategies associated with incorporating electronic methods into the marketing functions. The new role of online media such as social media, search optimization (SEO), online video marketing in consumer behavior and implications for online strategies. Digital marketing metrics, analysis of the current online business models, and future trends in digital marketing. Prerequisite: BIS 2180 Information Technology

  

BIS 3587          Principles of Electronic Commerce (3 Credits)

This course introduces principles of electronic commerce. Emphasis is placed on how to establish electronic commerce together with its necessary mechanism. Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML, web-developing tools, and multimedia will be covered. The skills and techniques in the implementation of the e-commerce and multimedia concepts are impacted by a hypermedia simulation project. Prerequisite: BIS 2180 Information Technology

 

BIS 3588          Digital Business Enterprise (3 Credits)

This course provides the knowledge of information systems in both a technological and managerial points of view. It describes how Information Technology creates a new infrastructure for the digital integration of a business enterprise ranging from a small company to multinational corporation (MNC). It focuses on the management challenges and opportunities derived from information systems. Prerequisite: BIS 2180 Information Technology

  

BIS 3589          Analysis Tools in Finance and Accounting (3 Credits)

This course is designed to introduce spreadsheet software for various finance and accounting applications. Specific applications of financial statements, financial planning and analysis, capital budgeting, stock and bond valuation are also discussed. Prerequisite: BIS 1140 Microcomputer Applications

 

BIS 3617          Web Design and Programming (3 Credits)

This course examines the design and management of web sites for electronic business applications. Topics include aligning electronic business models with web site designs, planning a web site, programming for web site, using web development and design tools, and evaluating web site effectiveness. Prerequisite:         BIS 2180 Information Technology

  

BIS 3618          Selected Programming Language (3 Credits)

This course is designed to introduce a programming language of particular interest. It emphasizes on the features and application of that specific language to create information systems. Program debugging is also discussed. Prerequisite: BIS 1141 Business Software Applications

 

BIS 3635          Database Systems (3 Credits)

The course covers various data models with the focus on relational database systems and design through entity- relationship diagram and normalization. Database management system (DBMS, query, integrity and security of database are included. Prerequisite: BIS 2180 Information Technology

 

BIS 3647          Digital VDO Editing (3 Credits)

This course is designed to provide advanced usage of VDO editing software package as a tool to develop motion picture presentation. The knowledge of digital video, storyboard, motion effect, and audio effect are delivered. Prerequisite: BIS 3348 Principles of Multimedia

 

BIS 3655          Data Communications and Networking (3 Credits)

This course introduces data communications and computer networks. Topics include communication devices, trans- mission media, various network protocols, network design, security, and management. Prerequisite: BIS 2180 Information Technology

 

BIS 3666          Information Systems Analysis and Design (3 Credits)

This course provides a methodical approach by emphasizing on the strategies, tools and techniques of systems analysis and design. Topics range from studying the existing systems with DFD and conducting feasibility study to designing interfaces, databases, processes, management reports, as well as planning in deployment and maintenance. Prerequisite:           BIS 3635 Database Systems

  

BIS 3687          Electronic Banking and Payment Systems (3 Credits)

This course provides the understanding of financial challenges, risk, and opportunities of building electronic banking and its related businesses. Topics include evaluation of the sources of financing available for electronic business ventures, the deal structures defining financing transactions of new electronic payment system, and emerging electronic banking and payment models. Prerequisite: BIS 2180 Information Technology

 

BIS 4625          Computer Organization (3 Credits)

Overview of computer organization and architecture including central processing unit, system interconnection, internal and external memory, cache memory, input/output, digital logic, computer arithmetic, instruction format, instruction set, and operating system. Prerequisite: BIS 2180 Information Technology

 

BIS 4675          Information Systems Project Management  (3 Credits)

Concepts of information system project management, how to oversee or take part in all project activities, project planning and modeling, budgeting, information technology management, and business objective realization. Prerequisite:         Senior standing and Completion of 106 credits

 

BIS 4697          Current Topics in Business Information Systems (3 Credits)

Critical examination of current topics in the field of Business Information Systems. Discussion with entrepreneurs and leaders from technology companies to share real-world experiences across entrepreneurial settings. Demos and hands-on experiences with current business applications. Prerequisite: Senior standing and completion of 106 credits

 

BIS 4698          Selected Topics in Business Information Systems (3 Credits)

A selected topic in the field of Business Information Systems. Prerequisite: By Consent of Instructor

 

BIS 4699          Advanced Topics in Business Information Systems  (3 Credits)

A topic of advanced level in the field of Business Information Systems. Prerequisite: By Consent of Instructor

 

BIS 4718          Web Applications Development (3 Credits)

Development of web applications sites for database-driven Websites up and running in an organized and efficient way, database management with Web based DBMS, Application Server, and using web development and design tools in developing simple and complex web applications. Prerequisites: BIS 3617 Web Design and Programming AND BIS 3635 Database Systems

 

BIS 4747          Graphics and Animation (3 Credits)

Introduction of concepts and theories of 2-D animation, storyboard writing and the use of computer animation tools to create the graphics artwork. Prerequisite: BIS 3348 Principles of Multimedia

 

BIS 4748          3-D Modeling and Animation (3 Credits)

Principles and techniques of three dimensional computer modeling and animation, 3-D software interface, modeling, 3-D animation, textures, lighting and rendering, animation quality and application of key concepts from classic animation to 3D environment. Prerequisite: BIS 3348 Principles of Multimedia

  

BIS 4758          Local Area Network (3 Credits)

Practical approach regarding comprehensive introduction of Local Area Networks including theory, concepts and installation, significant updating in LAN Technology, in-depth knowledge on Client/ Server technology, and its protocol and standards. Prerequisite: BIS 3655 Data Communication and Networking

  

BIS 4766          Business Process Reengineering (3 Credits)

Design of an organization’s structure and business processes, as well as the workflow applications by using information technologies to transform organizations and improve their performance and methods of introducing and implementing information technologies to enable organizational change. Prerequisite: BIS 3666 Information Systems Analysis and Design

  

BIS 4788          Data Warehouse and Data Mining (3 Credits)

Introduction to data warehousing design, data architecture and modeling, database design and database access, issues in data warehouse planning, design, implementation and administration, exploration of a contemporary data mining, tools and patterns in data mining and online analytical processing (OLAP). Prerequisites: BIS 3635 Database Systems

  

BIS 4789          Mobile Applications (3 Credits)

Fundamental concepts, programming framework, and software tools for mobile application software development, design and programming of mobile user interfaces, inter-activities communication, data persistency, network programming, telephony, geo-location, multimedia, security, and business development plan for mobile applications. Prerequisites: BIS 3516 Object-Oriented Programming

 

BIS 4848          Integrated Multimedia Applications (3 Credits)

Concepts, strategies and techniques of interactive multimedia, which combines various forms of multimedia items, and practical project to allow hands-on experience in integrating multimedia work pieces as “hypermedia.” Prerequisites: BIS 3647 Digital VDO Editing AND BIS 4747 Graphics and Animation

 

BIS 4875          Strategic Technology Management (3 Credits)

Technical foundations and significance of information systems to management, roles of information, people, management, and organization, information policies, network-oriented computing, and organizational change management as well as strategic information system, enterprise resource planning to support management action and decision-making. Prerequisites: Senior standing AND Completion of at least 106 credits

 

BIS 4878          Software Risk Management (3 Credits)

Practical techniques, concepts and methodologies of software development process, including analysis and design, efficient coding, testability, modular decomposition verification, debugging, and performance analysis. Prerequisite: BIS 3666 Information Systems Analysis and Design

 

BIS 4886          BIS Directed Study I (3 Credits)

A student may carry out a research topic directed by an appointed advisor. Prerequisite: By Consent of Instructor

 

BIS 4887          BIS Directed Study II (3 Credits)

A student may continue the research topic from Directed Study I or carry out a new research topic directed by an appointed advisor. Prerequisite: By Consent of Instructor

 

BIS 4897          Seminar in Business Information Systems (3 Credits)

Critical examination of information and communication technology (ICT) in the realm of business. Students will read, present, discuss and debate on weekly readings on topics that cover both contemporary theories and practice. Prerequisites: Senior standing AND Completion of a 106 credits

 

BIS 4996          BIS Senior Project (3 Credits)

Research project for students to apply all the acquired knowledge in an information system development project including system design and computer application development based on a real business solution.  Students must produce professional and system documentation, and defend their projects with the appointed committee. Prerequisites: BIS 3666 Information Systems Analysis and Design AND BIS 4675 Information Systems Project Management AND Senior standing AND completion of 106 credits

 

 

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