MIS - Management Information Systems

Scott K. Metlen, Dept. Head, Dept. of Business (225A J. A. Albertson Bldg. 83844-3161; phone 208/885-6295; metlen@uidaho.edu).

MIS 204 Special Topics

MIS 204 (s) Special Topics (cr arr)

MIS 250 Introductory Systems Development

MIS 250 Introductory Systems Development (3 cr)

Introduction to event-driven and object-oriented systems development in a graphical user interface environment; significant hands-on demonstrations and uses of a variety of integrated application development tools.

Prereq: 30 credits

MIS 298 Internship

MIS 298 (s) Internship (1-3 cr, max 6)

MIS 299 Directed Study

MIS 299 (s) Directed Study (cr arr)

MIS 350 Managing Information

MIS 350 Managing Information (3 cr)

Introduction to use and management of data to support decision making. Includes discussion of relevant international and ethical issues.

Prereq: Stat 251 or Stat 301; and Bus 252

MIS 351 Intro to Elec Commerce

MIS 351 Introduction to Electronic Commerce (3 cr)

Introduction to the economic, technology and management of e-commerce. Discussion of economic basis for e-commerce, business models, information technology, and management of technology related to the operation of an e-commerce business. May involve evening exams.

Prereq: Acct 202 or 205

MIS 353 Application Development

MIS 353 Application Development (3 cr)

Intro to the design and implementation of IS applications. Topics may include programming for mobile and distributed systems, usability, and security.

Prereq: Junior Standing

MIS 355 Systems Analysis & Administration

MIS 355 Systems Analysis & Administration (3 cr)

Introduction to analysis, development, and management of modern information systems. May involve evening exams.

Prereq: Junior Standing

MIS 398 Internship

MIS 398 (s) Internship (1-3 cr, max 6)

MIS 404 Special Topics

MIS 404 (s) Special Topics (cr arr)

MIS 452 Business Telecommunications Management

MIS 452 Business Telecommunications Management (3 cr)

Survey of telecommunications management issues in a business environment; topics include local and wide area networks, telephony, public networks, and application of telecommunications technology in strategic business management.

Prereq: MIS 350, MIS 353, or MIS 355

MIS 453 Database Design

MIS 453 Database Design (3 cr)

Introduction to modern database management systems and their use in solving business problems. May involve evening exams.

Prereq:MIS 350, MIS 353, MIS 355, or CS 120

MIS 454 Issues in Information Systems

MIS 454 Issues in Information Systems (3 cr)

Discussion of major topics of current importance in information systems.

Prereq: MIS 350, MIS 353 or MIS 355

MIS 455 Data Management for Big Data

MIS J455/J555 Data Management for Big Data (3 cr)

Introduction to big data and the various data models related to managing “Big Data” and very large datasets. Emphasis will be on developing NOSQL data management systems. Additional topics may include data access, data analytics, and data visualization. Additional projects/assignments required for graduate credit.

MIS 456 Cybersecurity Competition

MIS 456 Cybersecurity Competition (1 cr, max 6)

Students will develop, practice, and validate cybersecurity skills. The skills developed from participating in the virtual labs will be used to participate in the competitions. Graded P/F.

MIS 499 Directed Study

MIS 499 (s) Directed Study (cr arr)

MIS 555 Data Management for Big Data

MIS 555 Data Management for Big Data (3 cr)

See MIS J455/J555.