BCPT 305 Management of Information Systems




Information Systems (IS) are vital to the operations and management of all enterprises. The successful manager must know how to deploy and use these systems to effectively and efficiently optimize business processes and increase productivity. This course addresses three key inter-related themes that highlight the value of IS to run, grow and transform the business. These are: how IS can be used to achieve an advantage over the competition; how IS contributes to reshaping enterprise and consumer behaviours in an on-demand economy; and, IS strategies that managers must have for business agility, performance improvement, enhanced growth and sustainability.


45 credits of 100-level or higher coursework including BADM 201; OR 6 NABU credits

Course Outlines

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Effective Term
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