BAM 225 Information Management
3 Semester Units
Information Management is an introductory course designed to provide in-depth coverage of essential concepts and important terminologies. Course material covers cache memory, OS/2 and Macintosh OS, CD-ROM, CAD/CAM, desktop publishing, computer viruses and graphics. Topics include robotics, decision support systems, fifth-generation computers, expert systems, and artificial intelligence.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Describe how information systems contribute to and operate in the business environment.
- Summarize how hardware, software, and various kinds of networks contribute to information technology.
- Identify ways that information systems contribute to personal productivity, problem solving, business operations, and management decision making.
- Summarize the information system development process.