Management Information Systems (MIS) involves designing and programming systems that provide information to people in organizations to make decisions and to accomplish everyday work activities. MIS is an applied field that combines Computer Science concepts with Business Management practices. It includes also :
- Computer Programming
- Accounting / Financial Procedures
- Web Applications
- Marketing / Advertising Strategy
- Database Systems
- Human Resources Management
After completing this course, students will be able to:
- Describe Management Information Systems (MIS) concepts and architecture considerations.
- Understand how can Decision making can be supported by IS.
- Design and implement data warehousing.
- Implement Project Management.
- Describe technical architecture
- Describe audit and security of IS.
- Chapitre 1: Introduction to Management Information System
- Chapitre 2: Decision Making and Business Management practices
- Chapitre 3: Project Management
- Chapitre 4: Process frameworks and Business Process Management
- Chapitre 5: Technical Architecture
- Chapitre 6: Audit and security
Basics about Computer Science and a certain taste for Business Management can be useful and reveal interesting.
The classes will be given in French by default. Slides will be in French/ English and available in PDF.
- Coming soon
|10/10/16||Introduction to Management Information System||Chapter 1: part 1|
|17/10/16||Case studies||Case studies: 1, 2 and 3|
|24/10/16||IS Architectures||Chapter 1: part 2|
|31/10/16||Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)||Chapter 1: part 3|
|07/11/16||Design and implementation of IS||Chapter 1: part 4 + Exercices|
|14/11/16||Decision Making and Business Management practices|
|21/11/16||Decision Making and Business Management practices|
|12/12/16||Process frameworks and Business Process Management|
|19/12/16||Process frameworks and Business Process Management|
|02/01/17||Audit and security|
|09/01/17||Audit and security|