MBA 508 Information Systems for Management, 3 credits

This course is designed to provide students with frameworks and analytical tools to understand the economic and strategic implications of Information Technology (IT), transformation dynamics, and risks and pitfalls of IT decisions. Information Systems issues that are important to all managers are addressed including those related to customer service, market research, financial management, product innovation, manufacturing, and knowledge management. The potential of IT to change the landscape of global competition, increase productivity, change industry structure, make markets more efficient, and alter a firm's boundary and competitive position is covered.

Prerequisites: BUS 208, MIS 110