BADM323: Information Systems for Business Professionals SU2016 Online Course

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1 Catalog Description BADM323: Information Systems for Business Professionals This course provides the knowledge and understanding of how information can be used in a business organization for achieving competitive advantage. Student learning will be accomplished through the use of text, realworld cases, and hands-on computer laboratory exercises. Prerequisite: ACCT 210 and BADM 220, MATH 281 or STAT 281 Instructor: Office: Phone: Office Hours: Text Dr. Timothy Anderson Collaborate (507) Tuesday; 7:00:00 PM to 8:00:00 PM CT. Location: Collaborate. These hours are subject to increase based on student needs. Management Information Systems Managing the Digital Firm (13th ed.) by Kenneth C. Laudon and Jane P. Laudon (Pearson-Prentice Hall, 2014) ISBN 13: The above textbook by Kenneth C. Laudon and Jane P. Laudon is required for this course. Collaborate Learning Course Format: Important Dates 5/16/2016 Semester Begins 5/23/2016 End of Add/Drop 7/23/2016 Last Day to Drop a Course with a "W" 8/5/2016 Semester Ends Course Information This course it taught online We use both D2L (the online course management system) and Collaborate/Elluminate (the web conferencing system) in this course. All course materials including the PowerPoint lectures, assignments, quizzes and exams are located on D2L. D2L contains a digital drop boxes for assignment submissions on or before the due date. Page 1 of 9

2 The lectures during online meeting weeks are available both in PowerPoint and in recorded format. You are required to review the pre-recorded lectures. All lectures covering online meeting weeks for this course are prerecorded and are available under the content tab in D2L. To join an office hour session, log into D2L and you will see a menu displaying Course Home, Content, Discuss,., Collaborate. Click on the Collaborate link and that brings you to page with links to various rooms and there is the link to the Office Hours Room. Click on that and it will bring you into the room for office hours. I will respond within 24 hours (Monday through Friday) to any questions ed to me at my address listed in faculty information at the top of this syllabus. You may also post on the discussion board under the thread "Instructor Questions". I will respond within 48 hours to questions posted on Saturday or Sunday. There are on-line quizzes given in this course via D2L. The quizzes are not proctored. The un-proctored D2L quizzes are available for taking over the Internet over a 5-day period. The dates of the assignment due dates are announced through the news section on D2L. The proctored exams are available for taking from a University Testing Center or from a pre-approved proctor. Real-world lab and case assignments in this course are completed as group assignments. Attendance at the Collaborate office hours is optional, but strongly encouraged. Students will work on a number of lab assignments to gain familiarity with a range of software and Internet technologies such as Excel, Access databases, and SQL. The primary goal with the lab assignments is not to create web designers or software developers but to give business students a level of familiarity with a range of technologies that will enable them to better perform their function of translating the technology into business value. A level of understanding of the technology, and the associated terminology, on which contemporary businesses run will enable business students to better understand the interplay between technology and the business, and to effectively perform their chosen business roles. Microsoft Excel is the tool for lab assignment 1. Using Excel, you will gain a working knowledge of using functions to assist in analyzing and understanding data. Microsoft Access is used in Lab 2 as a foundation to learning database concepts. Finally, lab 3 uses SQL Server so you can apply database concepts into working application of data analysis through high level queries. As a consequence of the labs, you will gain a hands-on level of understanding of the software technology used by most business professionals who need to analyze data. You should have access to Microsoft Excel and Access through USD's Office 365. Access to SQL Management Server is available through USD's virtual desktop interface (VDI). Instructions for access to the VDI is available in the course video series (See lab assignment folder from the content section of the course). Page 2 of 9

3 Grading Policy: BADM323: Information Systems for Business Professionals Final grades are determined according to the following point distribution. (This is subject to revision.) Nbr Assignment Pts Grade % 3 Case Study % 2 Exam % 10 Quiz % 11 Individual Participation 33 7% Total Points: 498 points may be off based on rounding The thresholds for the various grade levels are indicated below. These thresholds are tentative and subject to revision at the instructor s discretion. 90% and above 80% to 89% 70% to 79% 60% to 69% Below 60% A B C D F Format of Submission of Assignments and Tests Professional work is expected of all students in this course. Consequently the format of submission of a case assignment will be a Microsoft Word document dropped off into the appropriate digital folder for the assignment. Lab assignments will be graded and returned within a week of submission of the case. The D2L exams follow an electronic format where you will select your answers in a multiple-choice, fillin-the-blank, or short-answer format. These tests will be graded and returned within a week of taking the test. The lab assignments and the tests will be reviewed during the weekly office hours. Group Work: The class will be divided into groups of 5 to 6 students at the beginning of the course. All case and lab assignments are completed and submitted as a group. Since the students are not co-located, the groups are expected to work as virtual groups using the Collaborate rooms that have been set up. A Collaborate room will be set up for each group to facilitate discussion among members of a group. Other communication media such as and phone can be used to supplement the discussion in the Collaborate room. Assignments are expected to be completed on time. A 40% deduction is applied for assignments turned in late, and, if an assignment is more than one week late, credit may not be given. Page 3 of 9

4 Grading Criteria: BADM323: Information Systems for Business Professionals Individual Participation: Engage in weekly discussion questions. At least one substantial response of 100 or more words. Quizzes: The quizzes and exams are in multiple-choice format so you get the grade if you choose the correct answer. Lab Assignments: The lab assignments are high-level critical thinking exercises using common business applications. The syllabus provides a brief description of the lab and the required takes to complete the assignment. Students are expected to research and gather relevant information from various web sites and reports including customer, vendor, and industry web sites. Articles and reports available in the public domain such as those by consultants and subject matter experts on topics related to the case should also be cited in your write-up. If the lab requires a paper, the page requirement does NOT include the cover page and a complete set of references. You can cite references using the APA style or in another accepted format of your choosing for citations. Your answers to the questions asked should be clear, demonstrate your grasp of the business issues involved, demonstrate an understanding of the information technologies involved, and the write-up should be a well-written professional report. Review the grading rubric in the lab assignments folder for specific grading criteria Case Assignments: The case assignments are in-depth critical thinking exercises based on solid research. A brief description of the case will be provided and two or three questions will be asked on the case. The students working in groups have to do further research on the Internet to probe all aspects of the case. Group members are expected to research and gather relevant information from various web sites and reports including customer, vendor, and industry web sites. Articles and reports available in the public domain such as those by consultants and subject matter experts on topics related to the case should also be cited in your write-up. Review the grading rubric in the case assignments folder for specific grading criteria Beacom School of Business Mission Statement: We are a community of scholars and practitioners committed to superior undergraduate and graduate business programs accredited by AACSB International. We emphasize excellence in teaching, promote intellectual exchange and development, and advocate continuous learning reflecting a dynamic global environment. Our services deliver value to our students, the university, business disciplines, and society. Page 4 of 9

5 Beacom School of Business Undergraduate Exit Exam The material presented in this course is part of the common body of knowledge for this discipline. Mastering the information presented in this course lays the foundation for your future success as a knowledgeable, wellrounded business professional. The course is designed to encourage you to commit this valuable information to your long-term memory. In addition to demonstrating mastery of this information throughout the course, you will also be required to demonstrate your retention of this critical common body of knowledge by achieving a satisfactory score on the Beacom School of Business s exit exam which is part of BADM 482 (Business Policy and Strategy). Achieving a satisfactory score on the exit exam is a graduation requirement. Beacom School of Business Policy on Plagiarism: Plagiarism is defined as using the words and/or ideas of another representing them to be your own, without proper credit to the author or source. Whether intentional or unintentional, plagiarism will result, at a minimum, in a grade of zero for that assignment. Since it is impossible to evaluate a plagiarized assignment, no credit can be given. However, at the discretion of the instructor, a student may be allowed to rewrite and resubmit the assignment for credit. University Policy for a Dishonest Assignment: No credit can be given for a dishonest assignment. At the discretion of the instructor, a student caught engaging in any form of academic dishonesty may be: Given a zero on the assignment. Allowed to rewrite and resubmit the assignment for credit. Assigned a reduced grade for the course. Dropped from the course. Failed in the course. Disability Services: Any student who feels s/he may need academic accommodations or access accommodations based on the impact of a documented disability should contact and register with Disability Services during the first week of class. Disability Services is the official office to assist students through the process of disability verification and coordination of appropriate and reasonable accommodations. Students currently registered with Disability Services must obtain a new accommodation memo each semester. For information contact: Ernetta L. Fox, Director Disability Services Room 119 Service Center (605) website: Students registered with Disability Services are encouraged to visit with me to make alternate arrangements as required. Page 5 of 9

6 Policy regarding Freedom in Learning: Under Board of Regents and University policy student academic performance may be evaluated solely on an academic basis, not on opinions or conduct in matters unrelated to academic standards. Students should be free to take reasoned exception to the data or views offered in any course of study and to reserve judgment about matters of opinion, but they are responsible for learning the content of any course of study for which they are enrolled. Students who believe that an academic evaluation reflects prejudiced or capricious consideration of student opinions or conduct unrelated to academic standards should contact the dean of the college that offers the class to initiate a review of the evaluation. Page 6 of 9

7 Course Schedule BADM323: Information Systems for Business Professionals The following schedule provides an approximate guideline for completing the topics to be discussed in this course. The schedule is subject to change at the instructor s discretion. Week Assignment Type Graded DueDate Objective 1 Office Hours Office Hours 5/17/2016 Chapter 1 Reading - Text 5/19/2016 Define and describe the social, Quiz 1 Quiz 5/20/2016 All Course Objectives Can Apply 2 Office Hours Other 5/24/2016 Chapter 2 Reading - Text 5/26/2016 Define and describe the social, Quiz 2 Quiz 5/27/2016 All Course Objectives Can Apply Video Case Individual Participation 5/27/2016 All Course Objectives Can Apply 3 Office Hours Class Held 5/31/2016 Chapter 3 Reading - Text 6/2/2016 Define and describe the social, Lab 1 Case Study 6/3/2016 Analyze a number of real-world case Quiz 3 Quiz 6/3/2016 All Course Objectives Can Apply Video Case Individual Participation 6/3/2016 All Course Objectives Can Apply 4 Office Hours Individual Homework 6/7/2016 Chapter 4 Reading - Text 6/9/2016 Define and describe the social, Quiz 4 Quiz 6/10/2016 All Course Objectives Can Apply Video Case Individual Participation 6/10/2016 All Course Objectives Can Apply 5 Office Hours Group Homework 6/14/2016 Chapter 5 Reading - Text 6/16/2016 Define and describe the social, Quiz 5 Quiz 6/17/2016 Define how businesses use Page 7 of 9

8 Video Case Individual Participation 6/17/2016 Define and describe the social, 6 Office Hours 6/21/2016 Chapter 5 Reading - Text 6/23/2016 Define and describe the social, Exam 1 - MidTerm Exam 6/24/2016 Define how businesses use Video Case Individual Participation 6/24/2016 Define and describe the social, 7 Office Hours 6/28/2016 Chapter 7 Reading - Text 6/30/2016 Define and describe the social, Lab 2 Case Study 7/1/2016 Analyze a number of real-world business cases Quiz 6 Quiz 7/1/2016 Analyze a number of real-world business cases Video Case Individual Participation 7/1/2016 Define and describe the social, 8 Office Hours 7/5/2016 Chapter 7 Reading - Text 7/7/2016 Define and describe the social, Quiz 7 Quiz 7/8/2016 Define how businesses use Video Case Individual Participation 7/8/2016 Define and describe the social, 9 Office Hours 7/12/2016 Chapter 6 Reading - Text 7/14/2016 Define and describe the social, Quiz 8 Quiz 7/15/2016 Define how businesses use Page 8 of 9

9 Video Case Individual Participation 7/15/2016 Define and describe the social, 10 Office Hours 7/19/2016 Chapter 8 Reading - Text 7/21/2016 Define and describe the social, Quiz 9 Quiz 7/22/2016 Define how businesses use Video Case Individual Participation 7/22/2016 Define and describe the social, 11 Office Hours 7/26/2016 Chapter 9 Reading - Text 7/28/2016 Define and describe the social, Case Study 1 Case Study 7/29/2016 Analyze a number of real-world business cases Quiz 10 Quiz 7/29/2016 Define how businesses use Video Case Individual Participation 7/29/2016 Define and describe the social, 12 Office Hours 8/2/2016 Chapter 10 Reading - Text 8/4/2016 Define and describe the social, Exam 2 - Final Exam 8/5/2016 Define how businesses use Video Case Individual Participation 8/5/2016 Define and describe the social, Page 9 of 9

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