Course Descriptions for the Computer & Information Systems Department

INFS4830 - Strategic Info Syst Planning
Fall 2012

Strategic Information Systems Planning provides the student with an integrated perspective of information systems as functional components of any organization. Emphasis is on the roles that information, associated information systems, and technology play in organizational planning and management. Concepts emphasized include: identifying an organization's information requirements; developing strategies to address those requirements; and developing strategic, tactical, and operational information systems plans to deliver the necessary information. Hardware and software selection, cost/benefit analysis, project management techniques, and monitoring the effectiveness and efficiency of information systems are also discussed. Primary emphasis is placed on case study analysis, structured class and group discussions, and preparation and presentation of assigned individual and/or group projects.
Prerequisite: INFS3220
3 Credits

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