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Course Descriptions

BIS 601 Management Information Systems 3(3-0)

Concepts and practices of management information systems for using informa- tion in the management of business enterprises are investigated to determine their deployment in achieving organizational objectives. Prerequisites: BIS 221 or other evidence of computer literacy and admission to MBA or MBE, or permission of MBA director.

BIS 630 Systems Analysis and Design 3(3-0)

Business systems modeling, planning, and developing systems prototypes; investigation and analysis of systems strategies and models. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format. Prerequisites: Admission to the MBA program or MSIS program or permission of the MBA director or MSIS director and completion of the following courses: BIS 221 or BIS 255, ACC 201 and ACC 202 or ACC 250 and ACC 255, MTH 132 or MTH 217 and STA 282, with a minimum grade-point of 2.7 with no course grade lower than a C.

BIS 633 Decision Support Systems 3(3-0)

Concepts and practices of decision support systems are investigated for assisting managers in decision making including current research issues. A decision support system is developed using a fourth-generation computer language. Prerequisites: Admission to the MBA program or MSIS program or permission of the MBA director of MSIS director and completion of the following courses: BIS 221 or BIS 255, ACC 201 and ACC 202 or ACC 250 and ACC 255, MTH 132 or MTH 217 and STA 282, with a minimum grade-point of 2.7 with no course grade lower than a C. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format.

BIS 634 Information Resources Management 3(3-0)

Overview and understanding of the issues involved in the management of infor- mation assets in organizations. Emphasis is placed on designing for convergent technologies as well as on inherent societal issues. Prerequisites: Admission to the MBA program or MSIS program or permission of the MBA director or MSIS director and completion of the following or courses: BIS 221 or BIS 255, ACC 201 and ACC 202 or ACC 250 and ACC 255, MTH 132 or MTH 217 and STA 282, with a minimum grade-point of 2.7 with no course grade lower than a C. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format.

BIS 635 Business Systems Applications 3(3-0)

Learn about the major information systems of an organization and utilize the tools of systems analysis in a real-world situation. Prerequisites: admission to MBA Program and completion of the following courses: BIS 630. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format.

BIS 647 SAP Enterprise Software for Management 3(3-0)

Examination of the application and management of business enterprise soft- ware using SAP. Issues include software deployment that supports transaction processing in the business supply chain. Prerequisites: Admission to the MBA program or MSIS program or permission of the MBA director or MSIS director and completion of the following courses: BIS 221 or BIS 255, ACC 201 and ACC 202 or ACC 250 and ACC 255, MTH 132 or MTH 217 and STA 282, with a minimum grade-point of 2.7 with no course grade lower than a C. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format.

BIS 656 SAP Business Information Warehouse 3(3-0)

A study of SAP Business Information Warehouse (BW). Enterprise data warehousing and advanced reporting and data analysis tools are covered. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format. Prerequisites: BIS 647 Recommended: BIS 638.

BIS 657 ABAP Programming for Managerial Systems 3(3-0)

Application of the ABAP Programming language to implement business pro- cessing using the SAP R/3 System as an example of contemporary enterprise software. Prerequisites: BIS 628 or BIS 640, BIS 647 and admission to the MBA or MSIS program; or permission of the MBA or MSIS director. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format.

BIS 658 3(3-0)

SAP Configuration and Implementation for Global Systems

Configuration issues, concepts, and application of enterprise software (SAP) for global business organization integration. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format. Prerequisites: BIS 647, BIS 657; admission to MBA or MSIS program or permission of MBA or MSIS director.

BIS 697 Special Studies in Business Information Systems 1-12(Spec)

Special topics of interest which are not normally included in existing courses. Specific topic will be listed on student’s transcript. Prerequisite: Admission to MBE or MBA.

BLR - Business Law and Regulation

BLR 202 Legal Environment of Business 3(3-0)

Introduction to the concept and use of law as a social institution. Open to both nonbusiness and business students. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format. (University Program Group III-B)

BLR 222 The Search for Racial Justice Through Law 3(3-0) Chronicles and evaluates the use of law by racial minorities in America in the search for justice. (University Program Group IV-C)

BLR 302 Law of Agreements 3(3-0)

Topics include common law contracts, sales, commercial paper, secured trans- actions. Special emphasis upon the economic setting and modern development of the legal doctrines. Prerequisites: BLR 202 or BLR 235; 56 semester hours.

BLR 325 Women and the Law 3(3-0)

Examines perceptions and behavior toward women and their struggle for change so as to achieve gender equality through use of the law. Identical to WST 325. Credit may not be earned in more than one of these courses. (University Program Group III-A)

BLR 365 Native American Justice Through Law 3(3-0)

Examines the legal and historical foundations and current application of the law with respect to the Native American’s struggle for recognition and autonomy. Prerequisite: 56 semester hours. (University Program Group IV-C)

BLR 410 Regulatory Law 3(3-0)

Survey of major regulatory programs affecting business decision-making, including antitrust, securities regulation, labor-employment law, environmental- land use regulation, utility regulation, administrative law. Prerequisites: BLR 202 or BLR 235; 56 semester hours completed; admission to Professional Business Studies or listed on a signed major or minor.

BUS - Business

BUS 619 Voice of the Customer 3(3-0)

Examination of the marketing research methodologies utilized to capture the “voice of the customer” in a competitive marketplace. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format. Prerequisites: Permission of the MBA director; graduate status.

BUS 629 Corporate Governance & Social Responsibility 3(3-0)

The study of corporate governance and social responsibility within the contem- porary business world. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format. Prerequisites: Permission of the MBA director and graduate status.

BUS 639 Process Improvement 3(3-0)

Process improvement as it relates to organizations within the contemporary business world. Methodologies, tools and techniques used for process improve- ment will be examined. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format. Prerequisites: Permission of the MBA director; graduate status.

BUS 691 Management Consulting: Client Relations 2(2-0)

Development and maintenance of relationships between management consultants and their clients. Emphasis on change management principles. Prerequisites: Admission to Graduate Studies.

BUS 692 Management Consulting: Diagnosis 2(2-0)

Review of diagnostic techniques to assess organizational problems. Qualitative research and analytical techniques are also studied. Prerequisites: BUS 691; admission to Graduate Studies.

BUS 693 Management Consulting: Measurement 2(2-0)

Theory and managerial tools guiding the consultant to measure and understand complex problems within organizations. Prerequisites: BUS 692; admission to Graduate Studies.

BUS 694 Management Consulting: Implementation 2(2-0)

Implementation of the change strategy in the organization. Development of a framework for the assessment of the effectiveness of the change mechanism. Prerequisites: BUS 693; admission to Graduate Studies.

BUS 697 Special Topics in Business 1-12(Spec)

Special topics of interest which are not normally included in existing courses. Specific topic will be listed on student’s transcript. Prerequisites: Admission to MBA program, permission of the MBA director, and graduate status.

BUS 698 mySAP ERP Integration of Business Processes 4(4-0)

Examination of how business processes interact with mySAP ERP in the SAP modules including the analytical and reporting functions in mySAP ERP. CR/NC only. Prerequisites: An SAP course taken at CMU or permission of the MBA director.

CDO - Communication Disorders

CDO 130 Normal Speech and Language Acquisition 3(3-0) Normal acquisition of language and speech by children examined on the basis of current linguistic theory. (University Program Group III-A)

CDO 230 3(3-0)

Introduction

to

Speech,

Language,

and

Hearing

Disorders

Aspects of speech-language pathology and audiology for elementary, sec- ondary, and special education teachers, parents, and allied professionals in the management of speech, language, and hearing disorders. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format.

CDO 530 Speech and Hearing Problems of School Children 3(3-0) Survey for classroom teachers. Recognition and evaluation of the several types of speech and hearing defects. Not open to majors in CDO.

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