1 Master of Science in Management Information Systems Program New Curriculum of BE Academic Program 1.1 Thai Name หล กส ตรว ทยาศาสตรมหาบ ณฑ ต สาขาว ชาระบบสารสนเทศเพ อการจ ดการ 1.2 English Name Master of Science Program in Management Information Systems 2. Degree Offered 2.1 Thai Name Full Name: ว ทยาศาสตรมหาบ ณฑ ต (ระบบสารสนเทศเพ อการจ ดการ) Abbreviation: วท. ม. (ระบบสารสนเทศเพ อการจ ดการ) 2.2 English Name Full Name: Master of Science (Management Information Systems) Abbreviation: M.Sc. (Management Information Systems) 3. Department of Responsibility Department of Management Information Systems, Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy, Thammasat University 4. Philosophy and objectives of Master of Science in Management Information Systems Program Philosophy of the program In globalization era for which information technology plays an important role in management of organizations in terms of process reengineering to create higher efficiency and improve better service to customers. The most crucial factor that organizations require from their investment in information technology is to create ultimate benefits and value to the organizations especially to achieve strategy of the organizations. Therefore, managing information systems in accordance with business strategy of the organizations is supremely essential. Moreover, information technology at present has been developed continuously and higher capabality, which makes the organizations have to change and develop appropriate information technology; to render the highest benefits to the organizations. As a result, Department of Management Information Systems, Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy, Thammasat University considers that creating personnel with managerial and information technology skills especially management of information technology in line with overall strategic of organizations or business is very crucial to development and progress of the organizations. This also renders support to prepare the organizations and nation to have well-prepared human resource leading to high positions as Chief Information Officer: CIO. Therefore, the department has developed Master of Science Program in Management Information Systems Program with objectives to create personnel in this field with the qualification stated above.
2 Objectives 1. In order to develop personnel and people who are interested in information technology to understand and apply it as a tool to support strategy and to achieve goals of organizations. 2. In order to develop personnel in the field of information technology to hold Chief Information Officer: CIO position. 3. In order that the lecturers study and exchange updated knowledge together with research conducting and system development on information technology with qualified personnel from external departments and foreign lecturers. 4. In order that Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy becomes the leader in education on management information systems of the country. 5. Expected Starting Academic Year Admission Requirements Applicants must hold these 3 qualifications as follows: 6.1 Applicants must hold at least Bachelor degree in any field from an institution accredited by Thammasat University Council. 6.2 Applicants must have at least 2 years of working experience. 6.3 Applicants must meet the requirements in regulation number 8 of Thammasat University s Regulation on Graduate School of BE Admission Applicants must pass the admission process that is 7.1 Submit Scholarly Management Aptitude Requirement Test (SMART-II) result arranged by Scholarly Management Aptitude Requirement Test Center at Thammasat University. The test date must not exceed 2 years; 7.2 Submit TU-GET result arranged by Language Institute, Thammasat University or TOEFL or IELTS (the test date must not exceed 2 years); 7.3 Pass the test of Department of Management Information Systems; 7.4 Interview. 8 Academic System 8.1 The program s medium of instruction is Thai language but the program administration may hold special sessions for which foreign guest lecturers are invited.
3 8.2 The program is semester system with summer session and held in the evening. The academic year is as follows: First semester : May Second semester: September Summer session: February 8.3 For non-business students, 6 credits of foundation courses on business management are required as follows: 1) IS 511 Introduction to Data Communication and Computer 1 Credit Network 2) IS 512 Introduction to Object Oriented Programming 1 Credit 3) IS 561 Fundamental of Financial Accounting and Management 1 Credit 4) IS 562 Introduction to Management and Organization Behavior 1 Credit 5) IS 563 Introduction to Marketing 1 Credit 6) IS 571 Introduction to Managerial Decision Analysis 1 Credit and Problem Solving The foundation courses will be graded by P (Pass) or N (Not Pass) that would appear in student s transcript and the credits and grades will not be calculated with other courses of the program. Students with business background in Bachelor Degree level or equal can transfer credits of such courses. 8.4 The program provides 2 options one of which students can select as follows: Plan A: A2: With Thesis This is research-based course consisting of 12 credits of thesis and minimum 33 credits of other courses as follows: 1. Required courses 24 credits 2. Elective courses 9 credits 3. Thesis 12 credits Total credits 45 credits Thesis requirements 1) Students can register for a thesis after they have completed at least 24 credits of required courses with a minimum cumulative GPA of ) Students must pass a foreign language test with a "P" grade before they are allowed to defend their thesis. 3)Thesis writing and defending would be in compliance with Thammasat University's Regulations for Graduate School of BE
4 8.4.2 Plan B: Comprehensive Examination (Non-Thesis) This consists of at least 39 credits of course work with 6 credits of independent study instead of a thesis as follows: 1. Required courses 24 credits 2. Elective courses 15 credits 3. Independent Study 6 credits Total credits 45 credits The comprehensive examination consists of written and/or oral exams. Plan B students who are qualified to take a comprehensive examination must have completed 24 credits of required courses and be in the second semester of the second year with a minimum cumulative GPA of The students must pass the comprehension examination with a "P" grade.in Case of fail ( F ), students can retake the comprehensive examination only 3 times otherwise they will expulsion from the program and results of every examination will be recorded Students can register for the Independent Study Course after they have completed at least 24 credits of required courses with a minimum cumulative GPA of The comprehension examination would be in compliance with Thammasat University's Regulations for Graduate Students BE (1998) Students must pass a foreign language test with a "P" grade before they are allowed to take an oral examination for Independent Study. 9. Duration of Study The maximum study period must not exceed 14 semesters. 10.Registration Evening students must register at least 3 credits for course work and/or thesis no more than 9 credits per semester. The registration is under the requirements in number 11 of Thammasat University's Regulation on Graduate School of BE Grading System and Graduation 11.1 Grading system Academic performance is divided into 9 levels with a grade and value per one credit as follows: Grade A A- B+ B B- C+ C D F Level
5 Only credits of the courses with grades of S (Satisfactory) or at least C will be counted for graduation. Any course whether required or elective for which students get a D or F will be counted for the GPA and cumulative GPA of that semester. In case of a transferred course, its credit will be included but will not be computed for cumulative GPA. However, the courses eligible for transferring must be required courses whose total credits do not exceed Independent Study Committee consisting of external and internal qualified examiners will be appointed for Independent Study examination Thesis and Independent Study will be given a grade of S (Satisfactory) or U (Unsatisfactory) The Foreign Language Test, foundation courses and comprehension examination will be graded P (Pass) or N (Not Pass) Graduation Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy will propose the name of the eligible graduates for approval from the University Council after examining if the graduates have satisfied all these conditions Students have completed all the courses as required by the program and complied with all the conditions defined by the faculty and university with minimum cumulative GPA of Students have received S for thesis examination (Plan A: A2) Students have received S for Independent Study (Plan B) Students have received P for comprehension examination (Plan B) Students have received P for the Foreign Language Test Students have received P for all Foundation Courses For students of Plan A: A2, they must have their theses published or at least whole or part of the theses accepted to publish in a journal or academic paper or they must present them to an academic conference with proceeding Other requirements must comply with Thammasat University's Regulation on Graduate School of BE Academic Staff Member (as appeared in the Appendix) 13.Number of Students In each academic year, approximately 50 students are recruited into the program. Acceptance of the students over five years is as follows:
6 Number of Students Academic Year New students Existing students Total Graduates Place and Tools of Study The program is conducted at Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy, Thammasat University, Tha Prachan Campus and jointly makes use of tools with other programs of the faculty. 15.Library Students can make use of Thai and English books and journals in Thammasat University Library and 173,507 books and journals in the library of Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy, Thammasat University including variety of databases for research. Also, the students can use other libraries such as central libraries of every university both in Bangkok and provincial region, document centers of government and private agencies. 16.Budget The program is self-supporting project and expense for each student per academic year is about 90, Baht. 17.Curriculum 17.1 Total requirements 45 credits 17.2 Course structure is divided into 2 plans as follows: Plan A: A2: With Thesis 1. Required courses 24 credits 2. Elective courses 9 credits 3. Thesis 12 credits Total credits 45 credits Plan B: Comprehensive Examination (Non-Thesis) 1. Required courses 24 credits 2. Elective courses 15 credits 3. Independent Study 6 credits Total credits 45 credits
7 17.3 Course Code Course codes consist of 2 letters and 3 numbers with meanings as follows: IS represents courses of Management Information Systems. The last number represents required or elective courses; 1-4 means required courses and 5-9 means elective courses. The second number represents group of courses. The first number represents level of courses. The 3 places of number in course code represent as follows: The last number The second number The first number 1-4 Required course 5-9 Elective course 1 Information Technology 2-5 Management Information Technology 6 General management 7 Others 9 Independent study 5 Foundation course 6 Basic Master s Degree course 7 Advanced Master s Degree course 8 Thesis 17.4 List of Courses Foundation courses 6 credits Non-business students must take these 6 foundation courses to get a grade P (Pass) in order to do Master s degree in this program. (Lecture-Practice-Selfstudy) IS 511 Introduction to Data Communication and 1 (1-0-3) Computer Network IS 512 Introduction to Object Oriented Programming 1 (1-0-3) IS 561 Fundamental of Financial Accounting and Management 1 (1-0-3) IS 562 Introduction to Management and Organization Behavior 1 (1-0-3) IS 563 Introduction to Marketing 1 (1-0-3) IS 571 Introduction to Managerial Decision Analysis and 1 (1-0-3) Problem Solving
8 as follows: Required courses 24 credits Students of Plan A:A2 and Plan B must complete these required 8 courses with total credits of 24 (Lecture-Practice-Selfstudy) IS 621 Management Information Systems in Business 3(3-0-9) IS 622 Business Database Management 3(3-0-9) IS 623 Information System Analysis and Design 3(3-0-9) IS 671 Business Research Methodology 3(3-0-9) IS 721 Strategic Information Systems Information Technology 3(3-0-9) IS 722 Enterprise Modeling and Information Technology Solutions 3(3-0-9) IS 726 Strategic Information Technology Planning 3(3-0-9) IS 731 Managing Information Systems Project 3(3-0-9) Elective courses 24 credits Students of Plan A:A2 must choose 3 elective courses with total credits of 9 and students of Plan B must choose 5 courses with total credits of 15 from these options as follows: (Lecture-Practice-Selfstudy) IS 636 Development Tools in Information Systems 3(3-0-9) IS 666 Management Communication 3(3-0-9) IS 715 Enterprise Networking 3(3-0-9) IS 725 Information Systems Security and Controls 3(3-0-9) IS 727 Management Support Systems 3(3-0-9) IS 728 Intelligent Information Systems 3(3-0-9) IS 735 Electronic Enterprise 3(3-0-9) IS 737 Wireless Enterprise Application 3(3-0-9) IS 771 Research in Information Systems 3(3-0-9) Thesis (for students of Plan A: A2) 12 credits IS 800 Thesis 12 credits
9 Independent Study (for students of Plan B) 6 credits IS 791 Independent Study 1 3 credits IS 792 Independent Study 2 3 credits 17.5 Study Plan A: A2 and Plan B Study Plan A: A2 First academic year - Summer session Foundation Courses 6 Total 6 - First semester IS 621 Management Information Systems in Business 3 IS 622 Business Database Management 3 IS 671 Business Research Methodology 3 Total 9 - Second semester IS 623 Information System Analysis and Design 3 IS 721 Strategic Information Systems Information 3 Technology IS 722 Enterprise Modeling and Information 3 Technology Solutions Total 9 - Summer session IS 731 Managing Information Systems Project 3 IS 726 Strategic Information Technology Planning 3 Total 6
10 Second academic year - First semester IS.Elective course 3 IS. Elective course 3 IS. Elective course 3 Total 9 - Second semester IS 800 Thesis 9 Total 9 - Summer session IS 800 Thesis 3 Total Study Plan B First academic year - Summer session Foundation Courses 6 Total 6 - First semester IS 621 Management Information Systems in Business 3 IS 622 Business Database Management 3 IS 671 Business Research Methodology 3 Total 9
11 - Second semester IS 623 Information System Analysis and Design 3 IS 721 Strategic Information Systems 3 Information Technology IS 722 Enterprise Modeling and Information Technology 3 Total 9 - Summer session IS 731 Managing Information Systems Project 3 IS 726 Strategic Information Technology Planning 3 Total 6 Second academic year - First semester IS.Elective course 3 IS.Elective course 3 IS.Elective course 3 Total 9 - Second semester IS 791 Independent Study 1 3 IS. Elective course 3 IS. Elective course 3 Total 9 - Summer session IS 792 Independent Study 2 3 Total 3
12 Course Description Foundation Courses IS511 Introduction to Data Communication and Computer Network 1 credit Study of computer network technology and appropriate applications of the technology with business nature. The topics of study include components and functions of telecommunication, application of LAN and WAN in business, network systems, analysis and design of telecommunication and existing and promising network technologies, distributed processing, disaster prevention and security along with ethics that should be considered when using or creating data communications with computer networks. IS512 Introduction to Object Oriented Programming 1 credit Study of fundamental concepts of object-oriented programming and practice of using one or severalobject oriented high level programming languages. The topics of study include fundamental principle of abstraction, class and object model, inheritance, method overloading, concurrent programming, and event-driven programming with the use of modern programming interfaces. IS561 Fundamental of Financial Accounting and Management 1 credit Study of fundamental financial accounting and managerial accounting, accounting recording process and issuance of financial statements, including accounting data analysis for financial planning, decision and controlling that is beneficial to managers. IS562 Introduction to Management and Organization Behavior 1 credit Study of concepts, theories and principles of organization and human resource management together with concepts and theories of organization behavior to create understanding in personal, interpersonal and between group behavior processes. To study the impacts of management process on personal behavior to use such knowledge for analysis of management methods that are beneficial to and in accordance with environment of each organization. IS563 Introduction to Marketing 1 credit Study of meaning and significance of marketing as a main business factor, focusing on modern marketing concepts, roles and significant impacts of marketing on economy and society, environment that affects marketing decision, components of marketing, consumer s behavior, marketing mixes and basic marketing management process.
13 IS571 Introduction to Managerial Decision Analysis and Problem Solving 1 credit Study of basic knowledge on analysis and managerial decision models under risky and uncertain circumstances. The topic covers expected value and expected losses, utility, probability, and value of information including study of related theories such as Bayes Theory, Inference and decisions making. Required courses IS621 Management Information Systems in Business 3 credits Study of concepts, theories, information technology and impacts of information technology on organization management. The topic of study cover understanding of roles and impacts of information technology, applying information system in management including control, operation support of decision and strategic management of organizational. IS622 Business Database Management 3 credits Study of theories and management of information with the use of database management and design concept and application of database management system. The course focuses on organizational database management, application of database management system and database design including data security. IS623 Information System Analysis and Design 3 credits Prerequisite: IS 621 Management Information Systems in Business and IS 622 Business Database Management. Study of analysis and design of information systems that correctly and completely satisfy user s requirements. The course covers system concepts and analysis methodology to define users requirements of information systems and system design that fulfills those needs. Students will practice using tools to analyze, design and develop the system and study simulation patterns for benefits of analysis and design. IS671 Business Research Methodology 3 credits Study of research concepts, principles, patterns, methodology and processes including effective research report. The course cover sething with research questions and hypothesis making, information resource, data collection, analysis and conclusion and presentation of results in various manners.
14 IS721 Strategic Information Systems/Information Technology 3 credits Prerequisite: IS 621 Management Information Systems in Business Study of conceptual frameworks of strategic information systems creating competitive advantages, analysis of impacts, risks and opportunities, formulating strategy to define information systems/information technology in organizations along with effective management of relevant resources and activities including IT governance. IS722 Enterprise Modeling and Information Technology Solutions 3 credits Prerequisite: IS 621 Management Information Systems in Business Study of management methods for selection of appropriate information systems and application software. The topics cover techniques of gathering business requirements, making requests for proposal, considering selecting projects and characteristics of enterprise influential in information technology implementation IS726 Strategic Information Technology Planning Prerequisite: IS 621 Management Information Systems in Business 3 credits Study of concepts and important issues of information technology planning including concepts for strategic business planning, strategic information technology planning process, analysis of risks and ranking of information technology, architectural planning of information technology, generating reports on information technology for executives of organizations. IS731 Managing Information Systems Project 3 credits Prerequisite: IS 621 Management Information Systems in Business Study how to manage business projects in practice which deals with team work, and communication skill. Moreover, students will learn and be able to adopt quality tools in project management. After completing the course, the students should understand the management roles of project manager in problem identification and solution finding, developing project requirements, and relating those requirements to business practice. Elective courses IS636 Development Tools in Information Systems 3 credits Study of software usage that is tool to maximize efficiency in developing systems with the use of versions system development methods. The course covers basic characteristics and competency of softwares, information system development process, factors to be considered in selection of appropriate tools for the system to be developed along with training software usage to develop information systems.
15 IS666 Management Communication 3 credits Study of significance of communication toward success of executives, promotion of understanding and skill implanting in efficient communication. The course covers individual and organizational factors affecting communication to be able to analyze the pattern and channels of the communication used by group and individual, direct communication and practice of communication via several methods to achieve the goals set. IS715 Enterprise Networking 3 credits Study of resource allocation for centralized systems and distributed systems to be efficient and appropriate. The course covers various topologies of networks, network development, data security, performance evaluation of networks and servers, modelling to response to requirements on quality of services and designing architectural network focusing the access to resources of large and complex systems. IS725 Information Systems Security and Controls 3 credits Prerequisite: IS 621 Management Information Systems in Business and IS 622 Business Database Management. Study of safeground information system resources. The course covers types of possible disasters of information system resources, piracy, privacy violation and computer and internet crimes, disaster prevention measurements and disaster recovery plans. Moreover, the course also contributes to preparation for Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA). IS727 Management Support Systems 3 credits Prerequisite: IS 621 Management Information Systems in Business and IS 622 Business Database Management. Study of concepts, theories and information technology contributing to efficient and effective executives decisions of all level of organizations. The course covers significance of managerial support systems, huge data techniques and management methods, data warehouse data mining, selection of appropriated tools along with studying about tools for development of decision support system. IS728 Intelligent Information Systems 3 credits Prerequisite: IS 621 Management Information Systems in Business The course emphasizes knowledge on techniques and efficient development methods and usage of intelligent support systems.
16 The study covers artificial intelligent system as source of intelligent information systems and intelligent agents such as knowledge-based systems, Neuron network, etc. IS735 Electronic Enterprise 3 credits Study of techniques and management necessary for building and managing organizations, innovation, and modern business processes which employ technology to increase efficiency to organizations. The course covers usage of Internet technology within the organizations for many aspect such us the electronic communication channel to support cross-functional working team,deploying E-commerce and E-business for benefits of organizations and consumers, including impacts of E-government adoption of the government sector. IS737 Wireless Enterprise Application 3 credits Study of wireless technology and its application for business along with methods of wireless technology organizations or individuals use for business management. Topics to be explored include main concepts of wireless technology that create evolution of mobility such as cellular systems, microwave radio systems, personal communications services and satellite systems. Moreover, the course focuses on wireless connection, design, management and operation of wireless technologies emphasizing their application with services for consumers and business services such as wireless CRM. IS771 Research in Information System 3 credits Prerequisite: IS 671 Business Research Methodology Study of research on information systems and management from information systems-related journals. Topics to be explored include research approach and conceptual framework on information systems and comments on information systems and management research from leading journals relating to information systems to develop concept for research proposal. Plan A: A2 (Thesis) IS800 Thesis 12 credits Students write and present theses under supervision of supervisors appointed by the program. Thesis Defending Committee assigned by the program will grant approval for theses with advice from supervisors.
17 Plan B (Independent Study) IS791 Independent Study 1 3 credits Students will study, conduct research and write a report on topic of information systems of his interest under supervision of supervisors assigned by the program. The project development may be made as case study or research. IS792 Independent Study 2 3 credits Prerequisite: IS 791 Independent Study 1 Students will study, conduct research and write a report on topic of information systems of his interest under supervision of supervisors assigned by the program. The project development may be made as case study or research.
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