i-Business Application Development and Management

The i-Business Application Development & Management Concentration is available only to MIS majors and provides students with the technical, organizational, and managerial background to plan, develop, and manage Internet-based applications. The concentration includes courses that provide students with an understanding of the issues, concepts, and technologies involved in establishing and implementing a corporate strategy for electronic business. These courses address issues of organizational strategy, process re-engineering, and supporting information systems architecture. Students will also learn and apply technical skills needed to develop Internet-based distributed applications.

Prerequisite Courses

CIST 2100Organizations, Applications and Technology

3 credits

ISQA 3310Managing the Data Base Environment

3 credits

ISQA 4110Information Systems Analysis

3 credits

ISQA 4120System Design and Implementation

3 credits

Core Courses (6 hours)

ISQA 3910Introduction to Project Management

3 credits

ISQA 4180/ISQA 8186Electronic Commerce

3 credits

Elective Courses (9 hours)

ISQA 3520/ISQA 8525Graphical User Interface Design

3 credits

ISQA 4000/ISQA 8086Special Topics: Information Systems & Quantitative Analysis

1 - 5 credits

ISQA 4100/ISQA 8106Information Systems Architecture and Organization

3 credits

ISQA 4190/ISQA 8196Process Reengineering with Information Technology

3 credits

ISQA 3910Introduction to Project Management

3 credits

CIST 3600Information Security, Policy and Awareness

3 credits

*NOTE: ISQA 4000: Topic MUST be related to I-Business. Prior approval from the Undergraduate Program Committee is required prior to taking this course.

Capstone Course (3 hours)

ISQA 4380Distributed Technologies and Systems

3 credits