Syllabus - Department of Information Systems • NJIT

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NEW JERSEY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Department Information Systems
Information Systems and Productivity Toolware CIS 265
Spring 2010
Instructor:
Michael Recce
Information Systems Department
College of Computing Sciences
New Jersey Institute of Technology
University Heights
Newark, NJ 07102
Phone:
(973) 596-5535
Office:
GITC 4103
Office Hours:
Friday 3:00-5:45
Saturday 12:00-2:00
E-mail:
[email protected]
Textbooks:
James O’Brien, Introduction to Information Systems, 14th Edition
Description: Provides an overview of the information systems discipline. Reviews the role of
information systems in organizations and how they relate to organizational
objectives. Provides basic introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint and Excel
software.
Methods:
Lectures, written assignments, case studies and projects.
Evaluation: Midterm Exam - 30%
PowerPoint Projects - 10%
Group Project Reports – 40%
Chapter Case Studies - 20%
CLASS SCHEDULE
1
1/23
1/30
2/6
2/13
2/20
2/27
3/6
3/13
3/27
4/3
4/10
4/17
4/24
5/1
Chapter 1
Foundations of Information Systems in Business
Chapter 2
Competing with Information Technology
Chapter 3
Computer Hardware Computer Software
Chapter 4
Computer Software
Chapter 5
Data Resource Management
Chapter 6
Telecommunications and Networks
Chapter 7
Electronic Business Systems
Midterm
Chapter 8
Electronic Commerce Systems
Chapter 9
Decision Support Systems
Chapter 10
Developing Business/IT Solutions
Chapter 11
Security and Ethical Challenges
Chapter 12
Enterprise and Global Management of Information Technology
Final presentations
Honor Code
NJIT Honor Code will be upheld in this class. It is expected that students will do
their own work. Copying somebody else’s assignment/exams is not tolerated.
Material used that was developed by others should be properly cited in
assignments. Violations will be referred to the Office of the Dean of Students.
See http://www.njit.edu/academics/honorcode.php for more details on Code.
Syllabus Changes
Students will be consulted with by the instructor and must agree to any
modifications or deviations from the syllabus throughout the course of the
semester especially as it relates to assignments and due dates.
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