INFORMATION SYSTEMS (INF SYS-477)

211 Introductory Spreadsheet Applications (1) Hands-on experience in spreadsheet applications at the introductory level. Pass/Fail option.

212 Intermediate Spreadsheet Applications (1) Hands-on experience in spreadsheet applications at the intermediate level. Pass/Fail option. Prereq: Inf Sys 211 or equivalent.

213 Advanced Spreadsheet Applications (1) Hands-on experience in spreadsheet applications at the advanced level. Pass/Fail option. Prereq: Inf Sys 212 or equivalent.

221 Data Base (1) Hands-on experience in data base applications at the introductory level. Pass/Fail option.

231 Introductory Word Processing (1) Hands-on experience in word processing at the introductory level. Pass/Fail option.

232 Intermediate Word Processing (1) Hands-on experience in word processing at the intermediate level. Pass/Fail option. Prereq: Inf Sys 231 or equivalent.

233 Advanced Word Processing (1) Hands-on experience in word processing at the advanced level. Pass/Fail option. Prereq: Inf Sys 232 or equivalent.

241 Current Productivity Tools (1) Hands-on experience in current computer productivity tools at the introductory level. Pass/Fail option.

480 Internship in Information Systems (3) Supervised information systems work experience in business establishments, institutions, or other organizations. Students are required to write reports and give oral presentations. Prereq: Senior standing and approval of department chair.

490 Independent Study in Information Systems (3) Special research projects undertaken individually under the supervision of the information systems faculty. Students are required to write research reports and give oral presentations. Prereq: Senior standing.

491 Current Issues in Management Information Systems (3) Seminar in current issues in the management information systems environment. Students are required to write research reports and give oral presentations. Prereq: At least a grade of C in Comp Sc 351.

761 Information Systems (3) An advanced seminar in information systems and their applications to all functional areas of business.


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