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Information System Management Development (ISMD) 

Purpose

The courses range from those typical of a professional design and development curriculum, including material selection, understanding through design, obtaining meaning from data, protecting intellectual property, creativity and innovation, human factors, lean design, and project management, to those typical of a business curriculum, such as marketing, finance, accounting, organizational behavior, leadership, negotiation, and decision-making.

Audience

Managers, CEOs, or others who oversee Information System in small organizations.

Learning Objectives

The Management Information Systems program is a rigorous training program that offer a number of unique features and benefits:

  • Solid technical and business foundation: Our students leave our program with a solid technical information systems foundation and appropriate business skills.

  • Problem-solving skills: Students can immediately contribute to solving business problems, which makes them highly valued and respected in the workforce and sought after by top companies.

Preparation

The pre-training survey should be conducted to gauge participants’ interests and needs; the activities in this workshop should be based on the results of the survey. Workshop planners and facilitators will review the materials section in each session to determine all the materials they will need. Instructors will lead a quick exercise with participants to make sure that there is agreement on some basic ground rules to help the workshop go smoothly.

Curriculum

The curriculum is taught by accomplished practitioners who possess significant management expertise and in-depth knowledge of the latest innovations in information technology. The Strategy and Leadership concentration is intended for students interested in focusing on organizational leadership competencies. The Systems Management and Database Technologies concentrations both provide students with enhanced knowledge of a specific IT domain. The Enterprise Risk Management concentration bridges both management and IT areas, with a focus on managing risk in the financial services industry. A capstone course requirement completes the program of study.

  • MODULE 1: Introduction to Information System Management

  • MODULE 2: Database Management Systems

  • MODULE 3: Project Management in The Information Age

  • MODULE 4: Digital Business Design 

  • MODULE 5: Application Development with Emerging Technologies

  • MODULE 6: Big Data

  • MODULE 7: IT Project Management and System Implementation

  • MODULE 8: Security and Information Assurance

  • MODULE 9: Information Risk Analysis

  • MODULE 10: Innovation and Entrepreneurship

  • MODULE 11: Social and Global Systems

  • MODULE 12: Real Case Application

  • MODULE 13: Intelligent Environments

  • MODULE 14: REVIEW FOR THE EXAMINATION

  • EXAM

Course Pricing

Associate Certificate

Member: $880     Non-Member: $980 

Master Certificate

Member: $1,390     Non-Member: $1,590 

Doctor Certificate

Member: $2,390     Non-Member: $2,590 

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