1. Fundamentals of Information Systems:
• Introduction and definition of terms
• System concepts
• Information systems components
• Drivers of information systems
• Influence on MIS design
• Problems with MIS
2. Information Requirements and Decision-making
• Information as a corporate resource
• Management decision making
• Management information requirements
3. Organizations and Information Systems
• Characteristics of organizations
• Impact of ...view middle of the document...
Ethical Issues in Information Systems
• Ethical & moral issues
• Information privacy
6. Securing Information Systems
• System vulnerabilities
• Technologies and tools for security and control
7. Emerging Trends in MIS
• Cloud computing, others.
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