2400. Introduction to Information Management. 3. Concerned with the role of information systems in managing organizations to make them more competitive and efficient. Specific topics include organizational and technical foundation of information systems and building and managing systems. Prerequisite: ACCT 1020 or concurrent enrollment.
3400. Database Management Systems. 3. Concerned with the fundamentals of modern database information systems. Specific topics include database systems design, entity-relationship models, relational, hierarchical, and network database models, query languages, and data warehousing. Prerequisite: IMGT 2400.
4020. Information Security. 3. Investigation, prevention and control surrounding the protection of business related data, information and technology resources. Includes the use of industry supported frameworks aimed at the evaluation of threats; design of information security architectures; implementation processes; reporting and monitoring, along with ongoing maintenance, intrusion detection, security log analysis, and contingency planning. Cross listed with ACCT 4020. Prerequisite: IMGT 3400 or ACCT 3610.
4455. Systems Analysis and Design. 3. Concerned with the analysis, management, and conceptual design of information systems. Specific topics include systems planning, requirements analysis, business process modeling and redesign, flexibility analysis, alternative analysis, and architectural selection and design focused on supporting an organization's business requirements through various system design methodologies. Cross listed with MGT 4455. Prerequisite: IMGT 2400 and Advanced Business Standing.
4990. Contemporary Topics in Information Management. 1 - 3 (Max. 6). Concerned with contemporary topics in information management and serves as elective credits for a minor in information management. A variety of subjects may be considered for this course including corporate information systems, object oriented technology, management of information technology, decision support systems, and data communication and network. Prerequisite: IMGT 3400 or concurrent enrollment.