Welcome to MIS 1305!
This course is designed to explore the use of personal computers in business. The course will include: 1) a familiarization of computer hardware, terminology and basic operating concepts; 2) a basic understanding of networks and interconnections including the internet and its application to business and consumer uses; and 3) a level of software proficiency for developing effective usage techniques of computers for the workplace using Microsoft Windows Operating System and Microsoft Office©.
If you would like to learn more information about the MIS major, visit our departmental website at: http://www.baylor.edu/business/mis/
The Management Information Systems department at Baylor University equips undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students to think strategically about how firms can more effectively use information technology. Launch your career in the high growth and high paying information technology (IT) industry as you work to enhance organization performance with IT. Check out this article by Forbes: “The Top Jobs for 2013”: http://www.forbes.com/sites/jacquelynsmith/2012/12/06/the-top-jobs-for-2013/2/
- IS Summit
- MIS Fall Orientation
- MIS Faculty Dinner
|MIS 1305||Intro to Information Technology|
|MIS 3305||Management Information Systems|
|MIS 3320||Systems Analysis & Design|