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(B) Information Technology Track

(TMI 0621) Advanced Techniques in IT Management: (2, 0, 2)

Traditionally, the MIS area within a firm has focused on organizational and behavioral issues in planning and implementation, and methodological issues in the development of information systems that meet business needs. However, both the market forces and computer and communication technology innovations started to impact the MIS function within a firm. The market forces are impacting the application needs and systems (e.g. work-flow systems, executive information systems, decision support systems, etc.), and the computer and communication technology innovations have allowed many new information processing technologies (e.g. distributed data bases, knowledge bases, multi-media, internet, imaging, client-server environments, etc.) to enter into the market place to support the application needs.

(TMI 0622) Advanced Information and Communication Technology: (2, 0, 2)

This course is intended to bring the student up to date on developments in the field of information technology (IT) and to prepare the student to manage those technologies in the workplace. To this end, the course presents a combination of management and technical topics with assignments in both areas. Management topics provide current insight into management practice and guidance for administrative action to guide firms into the new millennium. Technical topics include enabling technologies such as relational databases, client-server architecture, the Internet, groupware.

(TMI 0626) Technology of Communication Networking: (2, 0, 2)

Topics include principles, design, implementation, and performance of computer networks. Topics include: Internet protocols and routing, local area networks, TCP/IP, performance analysis, congestion control, switching and routing, mobile IP, peer-to-peer overlay networks, network security, and other current research topics. Programming assignments will be on protocol implementation and analysis.

(TMI 627) Software Management: (2, 0, 2)

This course in intended to provide students exposure to the issues and challenges both users and systems developers face as they start to develop systems or plan for implementation of technologies in an environment that expects results quickly and successfully. Specifically, by the end of this course, the student should be able to measure the usability, evaluate and define criteria for software selection.

(TMI 628) Advanced Topics in Database Management: (2, 0, 2)

This course provides the student with in-depth knowledge of database analysis, design, and implementation principles. Students who successfully complete this course will be able to use the entity-relationship data model to represent business data requirements, to translate that model into a relational schema, and to build and use a relational database that implements the schema. Students will learn how modern enterprises use database technology in Internet and data warehousing applications. Topics covered include practical and theoretical aspects of conceptual data modeling.

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