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CIS 206 - Intro to Information Technology

3.00 credits
This course introduces the key components found in modern business information systems, including both the major hardware components of today’s network and primary categories of software applications used to support knowledge workers. Data resource management concepts are developed to provide the student with a high level picture of how the elements of an information system work together to solve problems and support business opportunities. Business ethics relating to the use of information systems is explored for local and global firms. Prerequisite: CAS 133. Corequisite: CIS 206L.



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