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1 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS 2013/2014 academic year Timetables can be accessed at Click on Click on Business Information Systems For information on building codes click on: No guarantee is given that modules may not be altered, cancelled, replaced, augmented or otherwise amended at any time. Full Year/Teaching Periods 1 and 2 Modules IS1101 Introduction to MIS and Introduction to SAD Techniques IS1102 Principles of Programming IS1103 Technology including Internet Development IS2200 Business Systems Analysis and Design (5 credits; Teaching Periods 1 and 2) IS2213 Database Management Systems and Distributed Environments IS2215 Visual Programming (5 credits; Teaching Periods 1 and 2) IS3317 Electronic Commerce and Electronic Business Autumn Semester/Teaching Period 1 Modules IS3318F Introduction to Corporate Information Systems (5 credits; Teaching Period 1; repeated in Teaching Period 2) Spring Semester/Teaching Period 2 Modules IS3318S Introduction to Corporate Information Systems (5 credits; Teaching Period 2; also offered in Teaching Period 1) 1

2 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS Please note that the modules listed below (apart from IS3318) are taught on a full year basis. Therefore it is a requirement that students must be registered for the full academic year at UCC if they wish to pursue IS modules. Full Year/Teaching Periods 1 and 2 Modules IS1101 Introduction to MIS and Introduction to SAD Techniques This module comprises two related sections: The introduction to information systems introduces the student to central concepts within the field. The traditional systems development life-cycle is explained. Some of the central techniques for analysis and design, such as functional decomposition, data-flow diagrams, entity relationship models, entity-life histories, and process specifications are introduced. (Staff) Discuss the role of management information systems (MIS) in organisations both historically and presently Recognise the theoretical foundations of systems analysis and design Build a relational database using MS Access Use a variety of systems analysis tools and techniques to provide a software development solution Construct business models using MS Visio Appreciate the role and pressures of project managers in software development projects Assessment: Total Marks 200: End of Year Written Examination 140 marks; Continuous Assessment 60 marks (Course/Project Work). IS1102 Principles of Programming Fundamentals of Programming in Visual Basic; Variables; Arithmetic/Logical Expressions; Controlling Program Flow; File Handling; Sequential Files; Random-Access files; Data Access; Using the Data Control; Manipulating Database records through Visual Basic. Introduction to 2

3 problems, solutions and programming, overview of the programming development process, structured programming and modular design. The Visual Basic environment, fundamentals of visual basic, operators and expressions, structured programming conventions in VB, subroutines and functions, debugging and error handling, array handling. (Staff). Use the Visual Basic Integrated Development Environment (IDE) to design and run a Windows application Design a Graphical User Interface (GUI) front end for a Windows application Build code statements from operators and expressions Apply the principles of Structured Programming Languages to the Visual Basic language Assemble programs using branching (selection) and looping (iteration) constructs Construct Visual Basic programs using modular design techniques Test and debug Visual Basic programs Manipulate arrays of variables to process data Employ Visual Basic to perform file processing in order to create applications that can save data from one run to the next Distinguish between event-driven and object-oriented programming and identify the object-oriented features of the Visual Basic language Assessment: Total Marks 200: End of Year Written Examination 120 marks; Continuous Assessment 80 marks (MCQ 20 marks; Course/Project Work 60 marks). IS1103 Technology including Internet Development Communication and Networks; Systems Software; Internet Technologies; Operations Systems and Information Management. Overview of Computing Concepts; Computer Software applications; The main components of a computer; Secondary storage; Security, Ethics and Privacy. (Staff). On successful completion of this module, students will be able to: Describe the key features of computer architecture both historically and presently Describe the key principals associated with computer networking Interact with Operating Systems (OS) file systems via the command line interface (CLI) and graphical user interface (GUI) Develop websites utilising extensible hypertext markup language (XHTML) and deploy/host to web server 3

4 Implement Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) technology to enhance the look and feel of a web application Develop dynamic client side applications scripting using JavaScript Develop dynamic server side applications using PHP technology Examine the emergence of extensible mark-up language (XML) including document type definition (DTD) and extensible stylesheet language transformations (XSLT) Assessment: Total Marks 200: End of Year Written Examination 140 marks; Continuous Assessment 60 marks (Course/Project Work). IS2200 Business Systems Analysis and Design (5 credits; Teaching Periods 1 and 2) This module provides an introduction to systems analysis and design. This module introduces the fundamental concepts of systems analysis and design. Tools and techniques such as data flow diagrams, entity relationship modelling, entity life histories, functional decomposition and process specification are covered. (Staff). On successful completion of this module, students will be able to: Describe organisational Information Systems, their characteristics and their contribution to managerial activity Examine the role of the systems analyst within an organisation and more specifically their role in systems development Discuss alternatives to traditional systems development methods Utilise the MS Visio tool and techniques for data and process modelling Discuss the traditional SLDC considering the advantages and disadvantages associated with it Outline the concepts of both process and data modelling including Flow Charts, Data Flow Diagrams and Entity Relationship Diagrams Assessment: Total Marks 100: End of Year Written Examination 70 marks; Continuous Assessment 30 marks (Course/Project Work). IS2213 Database Management Systems and Distributed Environments A student would require some knowledge of IS to take this module. Data Organisation; File-based versus Database systems; Database Models; The Relational Model; Standard Query Language (SQL) and Relational Databases; Database Management 4

5 Systems Functions; Database Design Issues; Object-Oriented Database Concepts; Distributed Databases; Strategic use of Databases in Business; Towards Data Warehousing. (Staff). Outline the strategic use of databases in business Design a data structure for a database Discuss database theory in detail Write structured query language (SQL) Build databases using MS Access, MS SQL Server and Oracle Identify key security issues associated with databases Design a distributed database for a network environment Formulate a transaction management strategy for a database Assessment: Total Marks 200: End of Year Written Examination 140 marks; Continuous Assessment 60 marks (Course/Project Work). IS2215 Visual Programming (5 credits; Teaching Periods 1 and 2) Principles of user interface design, introduction to recursive programming, collections in Visual Basic, file processing, database programming (ADO), active X programming, introduction to objects and classes in VB, creating MDI applications, package and deployment. (Staff). Utilise the.net Framework for application development Identify the syntax and language enhancements introduced in Visual Basic.NET Utilise the methods and properties of the.net fundamental classes Be proficient with visual and code-based database connectivity and database management through VB.NET using ADO.NET Undertake Object Orientated programming in VB.NET using polymorphism, encapsulation and inheritance Assessment: Total Marks 100: End of Year Written Examination 60 marks; Continuous Assessment 40 marks. IS3317 Electronic Commerce and Electronic Business Foundations of Electronic Commerce; Retailing in Electronic Commerce; Internet Consumers and Market Research; Advertisement in Electronic Commerce; Electronic Commerce for 5

6 Service Industries; Business-to-business Electronic Commerce; Intranet and Extranet Systems; Electronic Payment Systems; Electronic Commerce Strategy and Implementation; Public Policy and Legal Issues; Infrastructure in Electronic Commerce; Economics, Global and other Issues in Electronic Commerce. (Staff). Outline the emergence and evolution of e-commerce and e-business Identify the main attributes of the e-business market space and environment Outline the main components and management issues of the e-business Infrastructure Outline and analyse the impact of e-business infrastructure on SCM Outline and analyse the impact of e-business infrastructure on CRM Identify the issues (privacy, security, legal) of creating and managing a web presence Outline and evaluate general strategy processes and e-business strategy processes Assessment: Total Marks 200: End of Year Written Examination 120 marks; Continuous Assessment 80 marks (Course/Project Work). Autumn Semester/Teaching Period 1 Modules IS3318F Introduction to Corporate Information Systems (5 credits; Teaching Period 1; repeated in Teaching Period 2) This module is suitable for an international student who is studying at UCC for only one semester Introduction to Management Information Systems; Computer Software; Telecommunications and Networks in Business; Systems Analysis and Design; End User Computing.. (Staff). Describe the evolution of Information Systems (IS) in business Discuss the key roles of IS in the decision and communication processes of a modern corporation Explain how database management systems are used in organisations to manage significant amounts of date that is shared between multiple users, including its advantages over file systems Outline the key types of functional and cross-functional IS used within organisations Outline the key types of B2B E-Commerce business models and the success factors for introducing an internet presence 6

7 Explain how E-Commerce systems may be used to enhance interactions with existing customers Discuss the current state of Online Financial Services Systems Describe how B2B E-Commerce systems may be used to streamline business processes across the supply chain Outline the stages in the systems development lifecycle and the key considerations when managing business change using IS Assessment: Total Marks 100: Continuous Assessment 100 marks (In-class test 70 marks; Project 30 marks). Spring Semester/Teaching Period 1 Modules IS3318S Introduction to Corporate Information Systems (5 credits; Teaching Period 2; also offered in Teaching Period 1) This module is suitable for an international student who is studying at UCC for only one semester Introduction to Management Information Systems; Computer Software; Telecommunications and Networks in Business; Systems Analysis and Design; End User Computing. (Staff). Describe the evolution of Information Systems (IS) in business Discuss the key roles of IS in the decision and communication processes of a modern corporation Explain how database management systems are used in organisations to manage significant amounts of date that is shared between multiple users, including its advantages over file systems Outline the key types of functional and cross-functional IS used within organisations Outline the key types of B2B E-Commerce business models and the success factors for introducing an internet presence Explain how E-Commerce systems may be used to enhance interactions with existing customers Discuss the current state of Online Financial Services Systems Describe how B2B E-Commerce systems may be used to streamline business processes across the supply chain 7

8 Outline the stages in the systems development lifecycle and the key considerations when managing business change using IS Assessment: Total Marks 100: Continuous Assessment 100 marks (In-class test 70 marks; Project 30 marks). 8

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