This course presents a broad view of the role of Information Systems (IS) in Business. It places IS within the context of business activities by highlighting IS concepts, classifying IS technologies, exploring IS in businesses, and examining the development and management of IS as they provide the foundation to support and transform modern business enterprises. Students will apply the concepts and theories learned in their first year courses to solve integrated business problems. They will enhance their knowledge of IS by acquiring and using some business systems analysis and development skills and tools.


30 credits of 100-level or higher coursework including BCPT 123 or COMP 101 or COMP 108

Course Outlines

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