ITMG 360 Data Communications and Networking
Introduction to the concepts, technology, and business practices related to the design and functioning of modern data communication networks. Topics include: various protocols, topologies and configurations used in modern data communications networks; the characteristics, engineering and economic trade-offs among essential network hardware and software components; and current telecommunications industry standards and emerging technologies. Hands-on projects introduce students to the nuances of design, implementation, and management of computer networks in real world environments using prevailing standard networking software. Prerequisite: ITMG 100​
ITMG 100 Introduction to Information Systems
An introduction to computer-based information systems and their role in business and other organizations. Topics include; information technology; information systems and development concepts; and application software. Emphasis on improving student skills as knowledge workers through the effective use of business productivity software and the Internet. Instructional methods include lecture, case study, hands-on projects, and student presentations.
ITMG 350 Management Information Systems
A management-oriented overview of information systems with an emphasis on ways to analyze and use information technologies from the perspective of a business professional. Topics include: international competitive uses of information systems; various ways of using information technologies in business processes, products, and services; impacts of information systems on the productivity of individuals and organizations; alternative methods for building information systems; factors leading to successful implementation of information systems; and threats and risks associated with information systems. Prerequisite: ITMG 100.
Classes
ITMG 440 Advanced Web Management/Internet Programming
Develops skills in the design and implementation of object-oriented information systems on distributed platforms. Topics include: object-oriented programming methods; development of distributed applications; and Web-based interface design and interactivity with enterprise-wide databases. Hands-on projects provide students experience with real-world software development environments using state-of-the-art development methodologies and tools.
ITMG 494 Business/IT Project Management
Students learn how to use project management techniques for planning and controlling schedule, costs, and quality in information technology design, development, and implementation projects. Topics include cost estimating, budgeting, contract pricing, value analysis, variance analysis, post-completion audits, and use of project management software.​
Old Classes
MSSCM 577 Marketing in a Supply Chain Management Context
MSGL 531 Marketing in A Global Environment
MSIT 573 IT Project Management
MSIT 578 Website Design and Management
MSIT 526 Data Communications and Networking
MSIT 537 Information Systems Analysis and Design
MSIT 596 Directed Research Study
ITMG 494 IT for Entrepreneurs
 
ITMG 499 Independent Study