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MBAE 6908 - Information Systems (1 - 4)

This course is designed to promote a management-level understanding of the tactical and strategic significance of information systems (IS) and information technology (IT). It presents ideas and methods for understanding, analyzing, and communicating about the IT-reliant systems through which businesses operate and compete. Its topics include analyzing IT-reliant systems from a business viewpoint, processes through which IT-reliant systems evolve, IT as an engine for change, and competitive uses of IT. Restricted to Business Administration majors.