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IIHEM Programs

Le systme de formation nord-amricain adopt par lIIHEM se distingue des autres coles et offre aux tudiants une grande flexibilit. Amina & Radia Saadaoui, IIHEM Laureates - 2010

Management Information Systems

Program Content

Information systems managers are primarily concerned with the information that computer systems can provide to aid an enterprise in defining and achieving its goals, and the processes that an enterprise can implement and improve using information technology. They understand both technical and organizational factors and help an organization determine how information and technology-enabled processes can provide a competitive advantage. Such specialists play a key role in determining the requirements for an organization's information systems and are active in their specification, design and implementations.

Education in Management Information Systems seeks to develop an understanding of organizational principles and practices so that information systems managers can serve as an effective bridge between the technical and management communities within an organization, enabling them to work in harmony to ensure that the organization has the information and the systems it needs to support its operations.

At IIHEM, the Management Information Systems major is unique in that it combines the study of business with the application of information technology and project management expertise to business environments. The emphasis is on developing problem-solving, inter-personal, communication and team skills that allow successful information systems managers to work effectively in teams. In addition to the common body of knowledge in business, students study microcomputer application design, systems analysis, database management and systems design. Courses in operations management and quality control enhance students understanding of the issues related to the operations of production and services in a firm.

FIRST YEAR

SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2
CODE COURSE CODE COURSE
ECO100 Economics I : Principles of Microeconomics ECO110 Economics II : Principles of Macroeconomics
MNG100 Introduction to Social Psychology ACC200 Financial Accounting I
CMP120 Computer Information Systems Applications MNG200 Introduction to Management
MAT100 Calculus I CMP150 Advanced Computer Information Systems Applications
MAT120 Applied Matrix Algebra I MAT110 Calculus II
ENG100 Fundamental Reading and Writing Skills MAT130 Selected Topics in Mathematics
AF100 Techniques de Communication ENG110 Freshman Composition

SECOND YEAR

SEMESTER 3 SEMESTER 4
CODE COURSE CODE COURSE
ACC250 Financial Accounting II FIN330 Principles of Corporate Finance
ACC210 Principles of Managerial Accounting ECO300 Money and Banking
MRK200 Marketing : Principles and Policies MNG300 Introduction to Organizational Behavior
CMP130 Introduction to Computer Programming STA315 Applied Statistics
STA200 Elementary Statistics CMP250 Computer Information Systems Development
ENG201 Advanced Reading and Writing ENG210 Analytical Reading and Writing Skills

THIRD YEAR

SEMESTER 5 SEMESTER 6
CODE COURSE CODE COURSE
CMP240 Structured Programming Design CMP320 Information Systems Analysis and Design
CMP360 Introduction to Computer Systems CMP340 Object Oriented Programming Design
MNG325 Business Law and Legal Environment of the Company MNG440 Human Resources Management
POM320 Production and Operations Management I MRK300 Buyer Behavior
FIN360 Intermediate Financial Management PFE Stage PFE (corresponding to 2 modules)
MNG400 Business Communication

FOURTH YEAR

SEMESTER 7 SEMESTER 8
CODE COURSE CODE COURSE
CMP330 Data Structures CMP415 Management Information Systems
CMP370 Database Management CMP450 Computer Networks and Protocols
MNG480 International Business CMP480 Software Engineering
POM410 Project Management MNG430 Small Business Strategy
POM510 Supply Chain Management MNG450 Strategic Management
MNG465 Management Analytical Skills MNG410 Advanced Business Communication

FIFTH YEAR

SEMESTER 9 SEMESTER 10
CODE COURSE CODE COURSE
CMP511 Advanced Information Systems Analysis and Design CMP595 Capstone Project in M.I.S.
CMP537 Advanced Management Information Systems
CMP570 Software Engineering for Web Applications
CMP460 E-Business Programming
FIN504 Financial Management
MRK521 Marketing Management

Employment Opportunities

Graduates of this program can be employed as information systems coordinators, information systems managers, database managers, local and wide area network managers and other related job functions. They can also follow successful careers in any aspect related to the operations of firms, such as supply chain management, customer relationship management, and production management.

Graduate Education In Management Information Systems (M.I.S)

Holders of Management Information Systems Degrees may pursue further studies in management or information technology. Among the programs that they may wish to pursue are:

  • Master of Science in Information Systems
  • Master of Science in Information Technology
  • Master of Science in e-Business
  • Master of Science in Operations Management
  • Master of Science in Computer Science
  • Master of Business Administration

Most of the above Master's programs also have a continuation path to a Doctoral program.