Course outlines listing for subject: Information Systems Graduate Programmes (5 courses)

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INFORM 703 Information Systems Management (20 Points)

Examines the managerial practices required for the quick and effective development and deployment of information systems. Guidelines for both technical and managerial personnel are described within the context of various system development life cycles. Common problems are identified and the practices which best reduce the risk of failure are presented.
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INFORM 705 Enterprise Systems (15 Points)

Examines the cross-functional, integrated computer-based information systems, commonly referred to as Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems, designed to support an organisation's information needs. Management systems, common business processes, re-engineering/change management, and enterprise reference models are introduced with a holistic perspective. Considers issues associated with the analysis, design, implementation and configuration of such enterprise systems.
Prerequisite: 60 points from BUSADMIN 761-764, 771-774, 775 Restriction: INFORM 711
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INFORM 711 Enterprise Systems (20 Points)

Examines the cross-functional, integrated computer-based information systems, commonly referred to as Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems, designed to support an organisation's information needs. Management systems, common business processes, re-engineering/change management, and enterprise reference models are introduced with a holistic perspective. Considers issues associated with the analysis, design, implementation, and configuration of such enterprise systems.
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INFORM 712 Project in Information Systems (20 Points)

A supervised, independent study and investigation of a chosen aspect of information systems. Students are required to present a detailed investigative report.

INFORM 713 Information Systems Technology (20 Points)

Introduces the business application of computer technologies via the use of an existing MS Access database. Data modelling and database design are taught in conjunction with hands-on exercises in querying and reporting. The role of business information system requirements in the development and/or purchase of software is explored.
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