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OPIM-250 Management Information Systems
This course prepares the student to interact with, manage within and be sensitive to the current and emerging trends in information technology. The course material will cover computer hardware and software, database management systems, telecommunications, and the systems analysis process. The course also examines the strategic importance of computing and related social and ethical issues. Computer laboratory assignments will be used to illustrate information systems concepts and applications. Formerly offered as MGMT 250.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: MSB Students, Soph and Jr only

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Fall '10: Montano B (description, file download)
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