Computers and Technology
Submitted By odavila0930
Course Syllabus Welcome to the course entitled Information Management in Business. During the class sessions, you will be acquiring knowledge that you help you both in your personal as well as in your professional endeavors. Due to the nature of this course, all students shall respect the opinions and comments made by their fellow students. Under no circumstance shall there be any animosity toward religious, political, cultural, or any other beliefs that might be expressed in the classroom. INSTRUCTOR BIOGRAPHY Academic Background Ph.D. in Information System with a specialization in Enduser Support Management. Cincinnati, Ohio. Master in Business Administration in Human Resource and Information Systems. Puerto Rico Professional Background 20 years teaching experience in both undergraduate and graduate levels (masters and doctorates) in various academic institutions in Puerto Rico. Director of Integrated Communication Center, PUCPR Director of Management, Communication, Global Business, Truism, and Computer Academic Department, PUCPR COURSE DESCRIPTION This course introduces the fundamentals of computer systems and the role of information processing in today's business environment. An overview is presented of information systems, systems development, operating systems and programming, database management, networking and telecommunications, and the Internet. In addition, a management perspective is given for each of the areas topics and Objectives Information Systems Analyze the roles of the information systems in business Analyze the System Development Life Cycle methodology Hardware Identify hardware components of a computer Discuss trends in hardware Operating Systems and Programming Distinguish between operating systems, programming languages, programs, and applications…...