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Course Equivalency Tool (Montana University System Common Course Changes)

BMIS
Business: Management Information Systems


BMIS 211   BUSINESS SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS

BMIS 311   INFORMATION SYSTEMS

BMIS 314   BUSINESS WEB SITE DESIGN

BMIS 315   TELECOMMUNICATIONS MANAGEMENT

BMIS 405   BUSINESS APP DEVELOPMENT

BMIS 412   DESIGN OF E-COMMERCE SITES

BMIS 413   CONTEMPORARY SUPPORT SYSTEMS

BMIS 414   DATA-DRIVEN BUSINESS WEB SERVICES

BMIS 415   MANAGEMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY



Course Equivalency Tool (Montana University System Common Course Changes)

BMIS 211 INTRO TO BUS DECISION SUPPORT
F,S 3 cr. LEC 3
PREREQUISITE: Placement exam or CAPP 120 and a minimal math competency of M 121.
-- Focuses on best business practices with word-processing, presentation, spreadsheet, and database software. Emphasis on producing and evaluating effective and efficient information designs to support decisions in finance, accounting, marketing, and management.

BMIS 311 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS
F,S,Su 3 cr. LEC 3
PREREQUISITE: Junior standing, BMIS 211, and ACTG 201.
-- A survey of the uses of information in organizational management, with emphasis on strategic systems and systems to support managerial decision making. Students apply concepts in practical application projects using currently available software.

BMIS 314 BUSINESS WEB SITE DESIGN
F 3 cr. LEC 3
PREREQUISITE: BMIS 311. For business majors: Formal admission to the College of Business.
-- Students acquire skills necessary to create and implement effective business web sites. Best practices in web site design, HTML, CSS, host site selection and introductory programming are covered. Project-based course includes creating web sites for businesses or non-profit organizations.

BMIS 315 TELECOMMUNICATIONS MANAGEMENT
S 3 cr. LEC 3
PREREQUISITE: BMIS 311. For business majors: Formal admission to the College of Business.
-- Students acquire skills necessary to understand the role that telecommunications play in organizations, how networks facilitate competitive advantage, and how to integrate technology into a corporate culture. Students create business cases for value-adding networks and telecommunications systems.

BMIS 405 BUSINESS APP DEVELOPMENT
On Demand 3 cr. LEC 3
PREREQUISITE: ACCT 325 or BMIS 311. For business majors: Formal admission to the College of Business.
-- Business applications for computers. Accounting inventory, planning, and financial analysis are among the topics covered. End-user programming and prototyping will be emphasized.

BMIS 412 DESIGN OF E-COMMERCE SITES
S 3 cr. LEC 3
PREREQUISITE: BMIS 311. For business majors: Formal admission to the College of Business.
-- Study of methods and tools a system analyst uses in development of e-commerce web sites including best practices and performance metrics. Design done on networked microcomputers. Final solutions presented orally, in writing, and on the web.

BMIS 413 CONTEMPORARY SUPPORT SYSTEMS
F 3 cr. LEC 3
PREREQUISITE: BMIS 311. For business majors: Formal admission to the College of Business.
-- Integrates theory, application and development of information systems to support managerial decision making in semi-structured and unstructured situations. Considers spreadsheet, expert system, and/or web-based software applications to support decision making. Uses cases and project-based assignments.

BMIS 414 DATA-DRIVEN BUSINESS WEB SERVICES
S 3 cr. LEC 3
PREREQUISITE: BMIS 314. For business majors: Formal admission to the College of Business.
-- Design and create data-driven, web-based applications commonly found in electronic-commerce applications by combining database design and use with interactive web site creation.

BMIS 415 MANAGEMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
On Demand 3 cr. LEC 3
PREREQUISITE: BMIS 405, BMIS 412, and BMGT 335. For business majors: Formal admission to the College of Business.
-- Course integrates content from the courses in the Management of Information Technology minor. The course will unite the technical knowledge and skills acquired by students with behavioral knowledge and skills necessary to effectively manage business applications of information technology.

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