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. Topics include information management, the value chain and value web models, the principles of a database management system, the principal technologies and standards for wireless networking, communication, and Internet access, and the relationships among ethical, social, and political issues that are raised by information systems. This course also examines e-commerce and how social tools, mobile technology, and location-based services are transforming marketing and advertising.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Describe how information systems contribute to and operate in the business environment.
- Determine how hardware, software, and various kinds of networks contribute to information technology.
- Distinguish what is meant by Big Data.
- Examine the Internet of Things as well as cloud computing.
- Identify ways that information systems contribute to personal productivity, problem solving, business operations, and management decision making.
- Summarize the information system development process.
- Explain how social networking in e-commerce works.
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