# Bachelor's Degree in Management Information Systems

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1 Description for all courses in BIS for Bachelor s Degree in Management Information Systems and Master s Degree in Management Information Systems Bachelor's Degree in Management Information Systems Department s Compulsory & Elective Requirements - Course Descriptions (201100) Mathematics (3 credit hours) Prerequisite: (None) Define the basic concepts of the mathematics starting from the definition of the function and its graph. Also it will explain in details the polynomial and rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions. It will explain also one of the important concepts in mathematics which can be used in our daily life which is the trigonometry. Finally this course will be ended with the concept of derivative and integration. It will make the student be familiar with the various types of functions and be able to solve and sketch the functions. It will also increase the student s ability and skills in mathematics. (201131) Probabilities & Statistics (3 credit hours) Prerequisite: (None) The course covers the topics: descriptive statistics and probability distribution; Sampling distribution Estimation for themean, variance and proportions; Testing for the mean, variance and proportions; Regression and correlation; One-way analysis of variance. The course aims to help students grasp basic statistical techniques and concepts, and to present real-life opportunities for applying them. ( ) Management Information Systems (3 credit hours) Prerequisite: (402101) This course focuses on the concept of the systems theory as an introduction to study management information systems and its components, its importance in business organizations, planning methodology, organizing, surveillance of management information systems, and the definition of information life cycle. (405200) Financial Management I (3 credit hours) Prerequisite:(302101) This course aims to define the student to basic aspects of the financial function in business, through the presentation and analysis of the functions and objectives of the financial management of traditional and contemporary addition to the financial analysis, working capital management, cash management, receivables management, management of inventory, and the time value of money and asset management fixed (investment budget) and how to access the company s sources of funds and examine the different return and risk. (408201) Operating Systems (3 credit hours) Prerequisite: ( ) This course focuses on the rights of operating systems, their historical evolution, their types (DOS, UNIX, LONUX, WINDOWS), the mechanism of personal computers and its components, the operating systems mechanisms in personal computers. (408208) Data Structures (3 credit hours) Prerequisite:( )

2 Review of basic concepts of object oriented programming. Design of user defined data types and implementation of operations for such types and structures: Lists, Linked Lists, Stacks, Queues, Binary Trees, Pointers, with the emphasis on recursion, pointers, dynamic structures. (408210) Advanced Programming Techniques (3 credit hours) Prerequisite ( ) The chief objective of this course is to provide a classroom and laboratory environment that enables students to become proficient C++ programmers. Topics include the ANSI C++ language (e.g syntax, primitive types, iteration, conditional expressions, functions, arrays pointers and dynamic memory allocation, and the conventional standard libraries, as well as the object-oriented and unique aspects of programming with C++. (402219) Quantitative Methods in Management E (3 credit hours) Prerequisite: (201100) This course aims to raise awareness of what the quantitative methods in management and its inception, and areas of use, together with a detailed explanation of these methods, including linear programming, and game theory, the critical path and other methods of resolution, and special situations in the linear model, with empirical studies and applied to all of these methods. (408331) E - Business (3 credit hours) Prerequisite: ( ) This course introduces the student to the concepts and terminology of modem e-business approaches. It includes topics on marketing, web technologies, security, legal issues, imaging, and search engines. The emphasis will be to develop an understanding of the underlying principles of e-business. ( ) Database Systems I (3 credit hours) Prerequisite: (408208) This is an introductory course appropriate for students with no experience in database management systems and with no knowledge of SQL. Although various database models are presented, the principal focus is on the relational model, the basis for most currently installed DBMS. The course covers the principles of database design and implementation including relational theory, database development, conceptual and logical modeling, the use of SQL as a data-definition and data manipulation languages, and contemporary issues in database administration. Practical experience in entity- relationship modeling, database design, and query writing is provided using the DBMS Access. (402322) Human Resources Management (3 credit hours) Prerequisite : (402101) This course contains the definition and concepts of the importance of human resources management and an explanation of the core functions from an examination of the need for workers in the organization, appointment and even leave them to it, with a focus on the humanitarian aspects of personnel management in the organization.. (408435) Information Resources Management (3 credit hours) Prerequisite: ( ) This course focuses on studying information as a major source in organizations and methodologies of managing it, management activities to produce information for internal and external uses, the utilization of available resources to generate information from individuals, equipment procedures, knowledge, and capital, as well as studying the environmental and organizational changes that face the managements in the process of information management.

3 (408303) Network & Communication Systems (3 credit hours) Prerequisites: (408201) This course focuses on the concept and bases of communication, network types, communication methodologies, network structures, protocols used in network layers, plus network management. ( ) E- Decision Support Systems (3 credit hours) Prerequisite: ( ) This course focuses on an introduction to expert systems, knowledge base, structuring expert systems, the concept of decision support systems characteristics, components, their relationship to the organizational decision making process, and the strategies followed to design these systems. (402352) Production & Operations Management 1 (3 credit hours) Prerequisite: ( ) This article aims to identify students in Business Administration and other professionals related to the concepts and process and production methods and applications, with a focus on the basics of operations management and production forecasts of the demand and feasibility studies, planning and selection of the total capacity of the project site ( ) Information Systems Analysis (3 credit hours) Prerequisite: ( ) on students gaining analytical and designing skills in information systems field via using analytical methods, using data flow diagrams, entity relational modeling, and constructing end user applications in order to computerize organizational activities, as well as building computerized information systems that work through networks and internet. (402422) Project Management (3 credit hours) Prerequisite: (402219) The article deals in detail how to develop and manage a new project, including a discussion of the various stages of the project planning of the project, the project schedule, project implementation, and oversight of the project the adoption of the theory and quantitative methods. (408334) Information System Security (3 credit hours) Prerequisite: (408303) This course focuses on the definitions of information security and protection, security problems that faces information systems units and networks in business organizations and the methods to control the security of information systems accompanied with program used, as well as computer crimes and security concepts for workers in information systems. (408304) Integrated Information Systems (3 credit hours) Prerequisite: ( ) This course focuses on the essentials of the Integrated Information Systems, its infrastructure, usage, management and business development. Topics covered will include the concepts of enterprise resources planning (ERP) systems, the characteristics of ERP venders, Business Agility, ERP architecture, Centralized and Decentralization infrastructure and integrated the enterprise.

4 (408406) Strategic Information Systems (3 credit hours) Prerequisite: ( ) This course focuses on the definitions of the strategic information systems, characteristics and components, the mechanism of planning it, its relation to strategic analysis, and its importance in achieving competitive features for business organizations and its strategic role in this field. (408900) Field Training (3 credit hours) Prerequisite: (66 Crh) The purpose of this Field Training is to give the student experience in applying what he or she has learned in the classroom by working in a business environment. The student s responsibility is agreed upon in advance by the student s advisor, the business entity and student. Successful completion requires a written report by the student detailing the experience gained during the internship and successful completion of the projects assigned by the business supervisor(s). (408232) Websites Design & Development (3 credit hours) Prerequisite: ( ) Review of basic web authoring software. Design of a fully functional web site, learning how to add and be an added advantage to the student. (408436) Simulation of Management Systems (3 credit hours) Prerequisite: ( ) Review of basic simulation and modeling concepts. (402445) Total Quality Management (3 credit hours) Prerequisite: (402101) This course aims to define and deepen student understanding of the concept of TQM from the perspective of a holistic, with a presentation of models of famous scholars, including the quality Dmenk, and Goran, and Crosby, Ishikawa and the article deals with issues of empowerment, training and development, team building and leadership, strategic planning and statistical tools of TQM, the focus will be on customer satisfaction, and prevent errors, and continuous improvement. (408437) MIS Project (3 credit hours) Prerequisite:(90 H) The student is assigned a project in management information systems that should be implemented on computer. (601399) Electronic Transaction Law (3 credit hours) Prerequisite: (None) This subject is studying the defining of Bahrain Electronic Transaction law, throw that defining E- Commerce, E- Contracts, the ways of dealing E- Contracts, forming of E- Contracts, affirmatives, acceptance, time, place of dealing E- Contract. The law must be using on E- Contracts, the judging specialty on international EContracts. it also studying The condition must be in electronic documents. The way of protected E- Contracts, legal evidence for electronic documents and digital signature.

5 (402323) Business Communication (3 Credit Hours) Prerequisite : & The course presents an overview of the nature, significance, elements/ steps, and forms of communication, and communication barriers in organizations. It discusses effective messages and how to develop and write an effective business letter of various kinds, such as letters of inquiry, reply, order, sales, etc., using modern communication technological tools. (408348) Computer Based Production Systems (3 Credit Hours) Prerequisite : The course covers a wide variety of topics in the area of automation and issues relate to the integration of several areas that fall within computer integrated manufacturing. (300100) Computer Skill II (3 Credit Hours) Prerequisite : To enhance a student skills in IT, computer systems and applications systems, system software (Spreadsheets, Database, Presentation, Information and Communication). Also the course aims to prepare the student for ICDL exam. (405106) Financial Mathematics (3 Credit Hours) Prerequisite : None The course aims is to provide students with tools and techniques of computing interests. Simple and compound true and true interests present and future value, and loan amortization, and rang of financial mathematics applications. (302426) Managerial Accounting (3 Credit Hours) Prerequisite : / Against this decision to the role of accounting data in planning and decision-making and dealing with the definition of management accounting and framework for analysis, parity and use of planning gain, the role of budget planning in the management process, balance of current operations and cash capital transactions, responsibility accounting, the appropriate costs to rationalize decisions. (301342) Managerial Economics (3 Credit Hours) Prerequisite : The course aims to provide the student the fundamentals of economic analysis and how to use financial and human resources of the organization, optimizing and supporting the administrative and economic strategies of the organization through a focus on prices, the concept and dimensions, as well as examine the application. (408221) Office Automation Management (3 Credit Hours) Prerequisite : This course focuses on the definitions of offices Automation, Characteristics and components, its relation to other information systems, Automation tools, safety issues of automation, current emphases in automation and Social issues of automation. (402414) Organization Theory (3 Credit Hours) Prerequisite:

6 This course aims to introduce students to the meaning and importance of organizational structure and how to design it, the elements affecting the design process, and the components of organizational design such as: the work design, allocating responsibility and distribution of authority, division of work units, and to identify relations between the authorities. Build student knowledge of the importance of defining organization mission and objectives and the role of strategic planning to achieve these objectives. Introduce to the student the importance of studying and analyzing the changes in the external environment and its impact on organization s work practices. This course also discusses some important related topics such as, organizational change, culture, technology, and organizational conflict. (402420) Organizational Behavior (3 Credit Hours) Prerequisite: This course aims to define and deepen student understanding of the behavior of individuals and groups within the organization and behavior patterns of these factors and subjective effects such as (attitudes and motivation, etc.), as well as the determinants of organizational behavior, (such as work design, organizational structure, communications, etc.). (601121) Principles of Commercial Law (3 Credit Hours) Prerequisite: The objective of this subject is to study: 1. The general principles in commercial law and to what extent it is influenced by globalization in addition to its importance for other specialties such accounting, business management and others. 2. The theory of commercial process and the practical results due to its practice in reality. 3. Commercial contracts concerning road transport, commercial mediation (brokerage, commercial representation, commission). 4. The merchant: conditions and professional commitments. 5. Commercial building. (408209) Principles of Information Systems (3 Credit Hours) Prerequisite: This course focuses on the definitions of basic concepts accompanying information systems, the methods to process data in these systems, beside software used in information systems. (407210) Services Marketing (3 Credit Hours) Prerequisite: This course aims to introduce the concept and nature of the services and the foundations of classification and characteristics of the marketing points of the marketing mix of services, as well as the main determinants of the quality of services and ensure quality. (408323) Tools for Developing Information Systems (3 Credit Hours) Prerequisite: This course cavers the following topics: Case tools characteristics,upper case tools,lower case tools, modeling tools, process modeling tools,reengineering, revers engineering, program analysis, and case generations. (408424) Special Topics in Information Systems (3 Credit Hours) Prerequisite:

7 This course focuses on the special topics in information systems, not discussed in any other course, for example: non official management information systems. The beneficiaries from information systems and their positions toward systems, system auditing. (402325) Strategic Management (3 Credit Hours) Prerequisite: Designed subject to the definition of the student to the concept of strategic management and development of this concept, as well as the defined stages of strategic management and the ensuing integration process of strategic management in strategy formulation, implementation and follow-up, all of which are part of the awaren0ess of the environmental factors and analysis and thus enhance the theoretical cases of summary execution. Master's Degree in Management Information Systems Department s Compulsory Requirements Course Descriptions (408606) Advanced Computer Networks The concepts of computer networks and network services, communication protocols, network and protocol architectures, packet switching techniques, the Internet architecture, topology, internetworking, TCP/IP, network design and analysis methods, switching, and routing. Topics include wired and wireless Ethernet, software and conceptual models, error detection, error correction, transfer and routing protocols, congestion and flow control, quality-of-service, network programming, security, current and future applications. (408605) Advanced Electronic Commerce This course examines the foundation, operation, and implications of the Internet economy. Topics include Internet technologies, online market mechanisms, interactive customers, knowledge-based products, smart physical products and services, pricing in the Internet economy, online auctions and e-marketplaces, digital governance, policies for the Internet economy and an outlook for the new economy. (408607) Advanced Information Systems Security The concepts and applications of system and data security. Topics include risks and vulnerabilities, policy formation, controls and protection methods, database security, encryption, authentication technologies, host-based and network-based security issues, personnel and physical security issues, issues of law and privacy. Areas of particular focus include secure network design, implementation and transition issues, and techniques for responding to security breaches. Network security, hacker attacks, Web security, security, e-commerce security, systems and operation environment security, database security, algorithms for making data communications secure, encryption and coding techniques and IP security. (408603) Advanced Knowledge Management This training course provides support center supervisors, managers, and directors with a set of practical methods for gathering, storing and maintaining, and successfully re-using information. In today s fast-paced support industry, it is critical to know how to leverage your organizations information through proper

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