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0. Management Information Systems. Dr. Eric Breimer. 0. Course Syllabus. CSIS-114: Management Information Systems (Spring 2008) Lecture : Wednesday and Friday, 9:20-10:15AM, RB 328 Lab Section M3 : Monday, 9:20-10:20AM, RB 330 Lab Section 10T : Tuesday, 3:10PM - 5:10PM, RB 330. 0.

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Management information systems

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Management Information Systems

Dr. Eric Breimer


Course syllabus

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Course Syllabus

  • CSIS-114: Management Information Systems (Spring 2008)

    • Lecture: Wednesday and Friday, 9:20-10:15AM, RB 328

    • Lab Section M3: Monday, 9:20-10:20AM, RB 330

    • Lab Section 10T: Tuesday, 3:10PM - 5:10PM, RB 330


Instructor

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Instructor

  • Dr. Eric Breimer

  • Office Hours

    • Mon, Tue & Wed 1:30-2:30 PM

    • Wed & Fri 10:15-11:15 AM


Website

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Website

http://www.cs.siena.edu/~ebreimer/courses/csis-114-s08/

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Do a Google Search on “Eric Breimer” and click CSIS-114 link


Textbook

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Textbook

  • Management Information Systems (Custom Edition) by James A. O'Brien and George Marakas

  • Only available in book store.


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Goal

  • Help students be successful in their careers by providing a framework for understanding information systems and how they benefit businesses and their customers.

  • Increase technical vocabulary

  • Understand how spreadsheets and databases can be used to help solve real management problems.


Topics

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Topics

  • Information Systems in Business

  • Attributes of Information

  • Organizational Structures

  • Using Information Technology for Strategic Advantage

  • Technical Foundations of Database Management

  • Enterprise Resource Planning Systems

  • Electronic Commerce Systems

  • Decision Support & Expert Systems

  • Security, Ethical, and Societal Challenges of IT


Grading

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Grading

  • 30% Exams

  • 25% Labs

  • 20% Final Exam

  • 20% Project

  • 5% Attendance & Participation


Letter grades

A 93.0 or higher and 90.0 or higher on the final exam

A- 90.0 or higher

B+ 87.0 or higher

B 83.0 or higher

B- 80.0 or higher

C+ 77.0 or higher

C 73.0 or higher

C- 70.0 or higher

D+ 67.0 or higher

D 63.0 or higher

D- 60.0 or higher

F lower than 60.0

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Letter grades


Lecture attendance participation 5

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Lecture Attendance & Participation (5%)

  • If I notice excessive absence or lateness during lecture, I will lower your attendance grade.

  • If you answer questions or ask questions, your grade will go up.


Labs 25

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Labs (25%)

  • 11 lab activities during the semester.

  • Some of the labs will include a brief lecture or presentation followed by discussion.

  • Most labs will include a computer activity

  • Student should work in pairs on computer activities.

  • Some labs will conclude with an individual online quiz.


Lab attendance

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Lab Attendance

  • All labs have a participation component that can not be made-up…that is why there is a penalty.

  • Missing 1 lab  2% penalty on your final average.

  • Missing 2 labs  5% total penalty

  • Missing 3 labs  10% total penalty


Making up labs

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Making up labs

  • If you are absence from lab, you must still complete the lab activity and the lab quiz on your own.

  • Otherwise, you will receive a zero on the lab.

  • Each lab is worth about 2.4%

  • Entirely missing one lab will result in a 2.4% loss from the zero and a 2% attendance penalty if the absence was not excused (5% total).


Excused absences

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Excused Absences

If a serious emergency or medical issue arises, students can be excused from lab,

  • i.e., no attendance penalty but you still have to complete the lab on your own.

  • For illness or medical emergencies, students WILL have to show documentation (a doctor's note or equivalent).

  • For family emergencies, funerals, or other serious commitments, student should contact student affairs or the counseling center.


  • Attendance policy

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    Attendance Policy

    • A student is expected to attend every class and laboratory for which he or she has registered.

    • Be aware of the following penalties:

      • 5% penalty toward final average for excessive absence, lateness, etc. during lecture.

      • In addition:

        • 2% for the first unexcused lab absence,

        • 5% total for the second

        • 10% total for the third.

    • Students will receive a zero on any missed exam (unexcused).


    Exams 30

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    Exams (30%)

    • Two exams given during the semester.

    • Check the online schedule for exam dates.


    Final exam 20

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    Final Exam (20%)

    • There is a mandatory final exam in this course.

    • You must earn 90% or higher on the final exam to earn an A in the course.


    Project 20

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    Project (20%)

    • Students will work in groups of three on a research project, which will include a report and presentation.

    • The report and presentation together are worth 20% of your final grade.


    Academic integrity

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    Academic Integrity

    • Cheating on a report or an exam will result in an automatic grade of zero.

    • In addition, you will receive a letter grade reduction on your final grade for the semester.

    • If you are caught cheating a second time, you will automatically fail the course and a formal letter describing your misconduct will be send to the academic affairs office.


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