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Management Information Systems - theory to practice

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Module Convenor:  Robert Pasley

Module Content:
Designing Information Systems: tools of the trade
Relational databases and SQL
Data Definition
Data Manipulation
Alignment of IT and business strategy
Technology, organisation and change
Systems Analysis and Design
Interface Design

Module Aims:
To provide students with a non-technical introduction to the applications of information technology as a tool for innovative managers to re-design their organisations. The module will introduce students to current issues and debates regarding Information Systems (IS) in a modern business and will provide practical experience of designing and building a simple information system using standard tools and methods.

Module Assessment:
Individual Coursework (3,000 words) (30%); Groupwork Project (demonstration and report 3,000 words) (70%)

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