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Management Information Systems (dt. Wirtschaftsinformatik)


Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Daniel Veit; Dipl. Wirtsch.-Inf. Manuel Trenz
Date: Thursday, 2-3:30 p.m.
Building/Room: Sigma Park
Autres dates: Exercises start on 03.11.2014

Dates of Exercises:
1) Monday: 12:15am-1:45pm, room FW 1109
2) Monday: 3:45-5:15pm Uhr, room WiWi 1002
3) Tuesday: 10:00-11:30am, room FW1101/1102
4) Wednesday: 10:00-11:30am, room WiWi1004
5) Wednesday: 12:15am-1:45pm, room FW 1101/1102
6) Wednesday: 3:45-5:15pm, room WiWi 1003
7) Thursday: 8:15-9:45am, room WiWi 1004
Contact: Amelie Sach, M.Sc.; Dipl. Wirtsch.-Inf. Manuel Trenz


Abstract:

The module communicates the fundamentals of information systems. The goal of the course is to provide students with an understanding of their impacts on firms and society and the associated challenges. Skills and abilities are developed that allow students to make informed strategic and operational IT management decisions and to understand their implications for a variety of stakeholders.


Content:

# Date Session
1 09.10.2014 Course Introduction
2 16.10.2014 Introduction to MIS
3 23.10.2014 Information Systems & Organization
4 30.10.2014 Information Systems & Strategy
5 06.11.2014 Guest speaker
6 13.11.2014 Sourcing IS
7 20.11.2014 Managing IT Projects
8 27.11.2014 Managing Business Processes
9 04.12.2014 Guest speaker
10 11.12.2014 Managing Knowledge
11 18.12.2014 Business Intelligence
12 08.01.2015 Social Issues of IT
13 15.01.2015 Securing & Govering MIS
14   22.01.2015 Revision & Outlook

 

Course material

The course material is available via Digicampus.


Previous knowledge:

Language: English


Literature:

  • K.C. Laudon and J.P. Laudon (2014): Management Information Systems,  Global Edition 13/e, ISBN: 9780273789970, Pearson
  • K. C. Laudon, J. P. Laudon and D. Schoder (2010): Wirtschaftsinformatik, 2/e, ISBN: 9783827373489, Pearson Deutschland

 

Further readings will be given in the lecturing materials.

 


More information:

Recommended semester: 2nd semester and above
Field of study: Bachelor
Duration: 4 SWS
Type: L - Lecture
Credit points: 5 ECTS
Area: BWL I
Examination: Written examination
Exam offered: every semester
Duration of exam: 90 minutes
Semester: every winter term