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COURSE INTRODUCTION AND APPLICATION INFORMATION
Code
Course Name
Management Information Systems
Pre-requisites
Course Language
Course Type
Course Level
Course Coordinator
Course Lecturers
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BA311
Semester
5
Lesson
(hour/week)
Application
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
3
0
0
IUE
Credit
ECTS
Credit
3
5
None
English
Compulsory
Undergraduate
Prof. Dr. Erhan Ada
Prof. Dr. Erhan Ada http://homes.ieu.edu.tr/eada / C813 /
[email protected] / 0232 488 82 98
Prof. Dr. Vahap Tecim [email protected]
Course Assistants
Course Objective
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Course Learning
Outcomes
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Course Content
(Short definition)
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Cansu Tayaksi
This course aims at developing an understanding of Management Information
Systems (MIS), which are essential for creating competitive firms, managing
global corporations, adding business value and creating useful products and
services for the customers; emphasizing the importance of MIS for business
functions, such as Operations, Marketing, Finance, Accounting, and Human
Resources: and demonstrating the use of some computer programs and
application software.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
1) Describe how management information systems are used to support
strategic and tactical decisions in business
2) Use the various Management Information System alternatives to
improve the competitiveness of the company.
3) Use database management softwares (Excel, Access) to develop
Management Information System solutions for real life business problems
by means of the case studies.
4) Understand the structure and use of Management Information System
solutions such as ERP, CRM, SRM, MRP packages.
5) Understand the development of an information system process and
discuss the problems in real life cases.
The main emphasis of the course is given on the topics: Information concept,
transition process into the information society, and its contributions on
businesses, applications of computer-aided information systems in
businesses, selection, improvement and installment of Management
Information. Moreover, the uses of the software applications such as MS Excel
and MS Access are demonstrated.
WEEKLY SUBJECTS AND RELATED PREPARATION STUDIES
Week
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Subjects
The Importance of MIS
Collaboration Information Systems
Strategy and Information Systems
Related Preparation
Chapter 1 of the Text Book
&
Chapters 2 and 3 of the Text Book
BAYRAM
Hardware, Software and Mobile Systems &
Database
Processing
&
Data
Communication and the Cloud
Microsoft Excel for MIS
Microsoft Access Software
Microsoft Access Software
Midterm 1
How to solve a Case Study using MS Excel
and MS Access
1
Chapters 4, 5, and 6 of the Text Book
Microsoft Excel Manual
Microsoft Access Manual
Microsoft Access Manual
Access Manual and MIS Cases: Decision
Making with Application Software, Lisa Miller.
Third Ed. Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 2007
10
Processes, Organizations and Information
Systems & Social Media Information
Systems
11
Case Study Presentations
12
Case Study Presentations and Business
Intelligence Systems
13
Midterm 2
14
Case Study Presentations
15
Case Study Presentations
Chapters 7 and 8 of the Text Book
MIS Cases: Decision Making with Application
Software, Lisa Miller. Third Ed. Prentice Hall,
New Jersey, 2007.
MIS Cases: Decision Making with Application
Software, Lisa Miller. Third Ed. Prentice Hall,
New Jersey, 2007.
-Chapter 9 of the Text Book
MIS Cases: Decision
Software, Lisa Miller.
New Jersey, 2007.
MIS Cases: Decision
Software, Lisa Miller.
New Jersey, 2007.
Making with Application
Third Ed. Prentice Hall,
Making with Application
Third Ed. Prentice Hall,
SOURCES
Course Notes
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Text Book: Using MIS. Sixth Ed., David Kroenke, Prentice Hall, New Jersey,
2013. Power points of the text book are used. Moreover, Excel and Access
manuals by Microsoft are used as teaching materials.
Other Sources
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Management Information Systems. Kenneth C. Laudon, Jane P. Laudon.
Eleventh Edition, Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 2010.
MIS Cases: Decision Making with Application Software, Lisa Miller. Third
Ed. Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 2007.
Presentation
Exams
The students are assigned to groups (3-4 students) and case studies and
required to present their work in front of the class.
The questions are in multiple-choice, true/false and essay types.
EVALUATION SYSTEM
SEMESTER REQUIREMENTS
NUMBER
Attendance-Participation
Presentation
Mid-Terms
Final
1
1
2
1
TOTAL
PERCENTAGE OF SEMESTER WORK
PERCENTAGE OF FINAL WORK
TOTAL
2
PERCENTAGE
OF GRADE
10
25
40
25
100
75
25
100
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