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Management Information System Course Learning Outcomes
Course Code Title Learning Outcomes
MISY2311 INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM CLO1 Describe the role of information technology and information systems in business
CLO2 Record the current issues of information technology and relate those issues to the firm
CLO3 Reproduce a working knowledge of concepts and terminology related to information technology
CLO4 Appraise the knowledge previously acquired of Microsoft Office
CLO5 Analyze how information technology impacts a firm
CLO6 Interpret how to use information technology to solve business problems
CLO7 Illustrate the impact of information systems in society
MISY2312 INTRODUCTORY PROGRAMMING FOR MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS CLO1 Recall the fundamental principles of developing software
CLO2 Recall the principles of object-oriented programming
CLO3 Develop software using different logic structures such as loops and arrays
CLO4 Develop object-oriented software
CLO5 Develop a User Interface
MISY2313 INTERMEDIATE PROGRAMMING FOR INFORMATION SYSTEMS CLO1 Describe the concepts of platform independence and recognize the vocabulary of object-oriented programs
CLO2 Design and write small programs in Microsoft Visual C# .Net or Java
CLO3 Illustrate the techniques of defining program requirements
CLO4 Develop and program a graphic user interface (GUI)
CLO5 Write programs that interface with the Internet and Internet programming languages
CLO6 Deploy the principles of basic file types
MISY3311 DATABASE MANAGEMENT FOR INFORMATION SYSTEMS  CLO1 Define the theoretical models used to construct databases
CLO2 Develop the necessary skills to construct a theoretical database model given a specific application case study
CLO3 Demonstrate how to build a physical model of the database from the theoretical model
CLO4 Analyze a commercial software package and to develop the skills necessary to build the physical database
CLO5 Write database queries to answer business questions
CLO6 Demonstrate the role of a database in supporting Web applications
MISY3312 INTRODUCTION TO TELECOMMUNICATION CLO1 Articulate the fundamental principles of telecommunication
CLO2 List the principles of wired and wireless telecommunication
CLO3 Demonstrate the skills necessary to describe the telecommunication
CLO4 Establish and understanding of the various techniques for telecommunication implementation and design
CLO5 Construct a solution to a business problem
CLO6 Generate a project application solution using a commercial software project management tool
MISY3321 INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION ASSURANCE CLO1 Define the concepts and vocabulary of information assurance
CLO2 Develop the skills necessary to design and write secure software
CLO3 Demonstrate the specific threats and vulnerabilities of computer systems
CLO4 Develop the skills necessary to recognize potential vulnerabilities and threats and be able to counteract those vulnerabilities with a secure system design
CLO5 Demonstrate how to design and implement secure access controls and to learn the tools of information assurance
CLO6 Analyze the impact that policies have on secure systems and impact of social engineering on secure systems
MISY3331 ADVANCED DATABASE CONCEPTS CLO1 Articulate the theoretical relational database model
CLO2 Develop the skills necessary to construct a relational database model given a specific application case study
CLO3 Demonstrate how to use ORACLE to build a physical model of the database
CLO4 Demonstrate how to write ORACLE database queries to answer business questions
CLO5 Demonstrate how to develop a database in support of Web applications
MISY3332 ADVANCED PROGRAMMING CONCEPTS CLO1 State programming facts in object oriented environment
CLO2 Define programming concepts and theories
CLO3 Outline programming procedures and techniques
CLO4 Reproduce real-world field applications and usages
CLO5 Design application diagrams from text description
CLO6 Analyze business problems and synthesize programming solutions
CLO7 Design composite structures from simple objects
CLO8 Evaluate estimate and calculate processes
CLO9 Demonstrate skills of time management in self learning
CLO10 Show effective functioning  in teams
CLO11 Appraise ethics in personal and public forums
CLO12 Communicate effectively in oral and written form
CLO13 Demonstrate usage of information and communications technology related to the course
CLO14 Interpret problems into models using mathematical, statistical  and numerical techniques
CLO15 Prepare design documentation and reports 
CLO16 Interface effectively with computing hardware, through input and output devices
CLO17 Perform manipulation, customization and navigation in order to produce computational solutions to problems related to the course
MISY4331 BUILDING ELECTRONIC COMMERCE CLO1 Articulate the fundamental principles of Building Electronic Ecommerce
CLO2 Develop an understanding of the principles and techniques used in the design of an interactive websites
CLO3 Generate a project application solution using a commercial software project
CLO4 Construct a solution to an E- business problem by developing a commercial websites, management tool
CLO5 Demonstrate the skills necessary to build a Web site using HTML and active server page
MISY4332 SYSTEM ANALYSIS & DESIGN CLO1 Articulate the fundamental principles of information systems analysis and design
CLO2 Demonstrate the skills necessary to conduct a requirements determination study
CLO3 Develop an understanding of the principles and techniques used in the System Development Life Cycle
CLO4 Construct a solution to a business problem using commercial software
CLO5 Generate a project application solution using a commercial software Project Management tool
CLO6 Establish and understanding of the various techniques for system analysis and design
MISY4341 OBJECT ORIENTED ANALYSIS & DESIGN CLO1 Define the Object Oriented concepts
CLO2 Describe the vocabulary of object-oriented systems
CLO3 Defining object-relational database requirements
CLO4 Develop an object-oriented system given a specific application case study
CLO5 Develop the necessary skills with a commercial CASE tool to define a system
CLO6 Plan project management and budget estimation for object-oriented systems
CLO7 Construct human/systems interfaces
CLO8 Demonstrate the elicitation of systems requirements techniques
CLO9 Interpret the system for the developers
MISY4342 ELECTRONIC COMMERCE SECURITY CLO1 Describe the concepts and vocabulary of e-commerce security
CLO2 Recognize  threats and vulnerabilities of e-commerce systems
CLO3 Recognize potential vulnerabilities and threats and be able to counteract those vulnerabilities with a secure system design 
CLO4 Recognize the skills necessary to design e-commerce security systems
CLO5 Design secure payment systems