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  • 1.
    • MIS - What is it?
    • SJSU MIS Program – How does it work?
    • How to Be Successful – What it Takes?
    • Discussions
      • How can we help you?
      • What other Ideas for things are important
    Agenda - MIS and the MIS Program
  • 2. MIS - Relationship to Engineering & Computer Science
  • 3. MIS (Management Information Systems)
    • Term that has evolved over five decades
    • Refers to the IT systems used to support business operations and the discipline for developing and managing these systems
    • The evolution of business IT systems over time includes:
      • Data Processing/Function Automation (1950’-60’s)
      • Management Reporting (1960’s-70’s)
      • Decision Support/Functional Optimization (1970’s-80’s)
      • Enterprise Integration/Optimization (1980’-90’s)
      • Customer-Partner Integration/Optimization (1990’s)
      • Strategic Systems/eCommerce (1990’s-now)
  • 4. MIS - Must speak four languages and translate Hardware Software Databases Networks Technology Infrastructure Process Business Functions People Organization Levels Sales & Marketing Engineering & Design Manufacturing & Service Accounting & Finance Human Resources Operational Managerial Strategy Operational Strategic Managerial Strategy Product Operational Technology
  • 5. MIS – Defining, Building, and Operating Solutions Strategy Analyze Design Manage Develop Test Implement Operate
    • Strategic Direction
    • Business Model
    • Business Architecture
    • System Architecture
    • Refine Behavior
    • Component Design
    • Database Design
    • Phase Planning
    • Project Management
    • Relationship Management
    • Planning
    • Preparation
    • Execution
    • Readiness
    • Preparation
    • Deployment
    • Database Build
    • Component Build
    • Solution Operation
    • User Support/Help Desk
    • Solution Enhancement
    Components by Phase
    • Entry Criteria
    • Inventory of Deliverables (Start)
    • Phase Plan
    • Tools and Standards in Place
    • Deliverables (examples)
    • Project Plans
    • Issue Management
    • Process/System Documents
    • Activities
    • Process Tasks
    • System & Infrastructure Tasks
    • User Support Tasks
    • Exit Criteria
    • Inventory of Deliverables (Complete)
    • Approvals to Proceed
    • Next Phase Plan
    Solution Lifecycle Phases
  • 6. MIS – Focus (Product vs Operations) Delivery Planning Business Focus Product Development
    • Product Management
    • Product Marketing
    • Product Engineering
    • Product Manufacturing
    • Packaging
    • Sales
    • Service
    • Support
    • Education
    Business Operations
    • Business Analysis
    • Technical Analysis
    • Program Office/Mgt
    • Application Development
    • Network Administration
    • Data Administration
    • Implementation Services
    • IT Operations
    • IT Support
    • Education
    Support Primary Domain of the SJSU Management Information Systems Program
  • 7. MIS Student Career Opportunities-Examples CIO Operations Risk Mgt/ Security Bus Units Applications Project Office Shared Services Operations Support
    • Business Continuity
    • Application Infrastructure
    • Field IT
    • System Audit
    • Quality Mgt
    • Communication
    Business Units
    • Master Plan Coordination
    • Demand Management
    • Program Management
    • Project Governance
    • Vendor Management
    • Contract Management
    • Product Roadmap
    • Business Analysis
    • Application Development
    • Quality Assurance
    • Implementation Support
    • Field Support
    • User Liaison
    • Business Analysis
    • Help Desk Level 2 & 3
    • Field Training
    • Business Unit Management
    • Subject Matter Experts
    • Technical Sales
    Source: Bay-Area Based International Shipping Company
  • 8. MIS - Relationship to Engineering & Computer Science
  • 9. MIS Program – History of Size
  • 10. MIS Degree Courses (Business and Major)
    • Required Courses (22 Units)
    • Bus Computer Productivity Tools (91L)
    • Intro to Business Programming (92)
    • Intro to Systems Analysis and Design (93)
    • Fundamentals of MIS (110)
    • Intro to Telecommunications (111)
    • Intro to Database Mgt Sys (112)
    • Practicum in Technology (119A)
    • Business Strategy and Info Sys (119B)
    • Elective Courses – any two (6 Units)
    • Advanced Bus Programming (113)
    • Advanced Bus Programming Java(113J)
    • Advanced Sys Analysis & Design (114)
    • Advanced Telecommunications (115)
    • Special Topics: (118x) examples
      • Network Design, Web Computing, Knowledge Mgt,
      • Data Warehousing, Mobility Computing, Security, etc.
    • Required Lower Division (15 Units)
    • Discovering Business (10)
    • Financial Accounting (20)
    • Managerial Accounting (21)
    • Business Law (80)
    • Business Statistics (90)
    • Required Upper Division (18 Units)
    • Fundamentals of Operations Mgt (140)
    • Fundamentals of Management and Organizational Behavior (160)
    • Fundamentals of Finance (170)
    • Global Dimensions of Business (187)
    • Strategic Management (189)
    • Quantitative Business Analysis (190)
    MIS Core Courses Core Business Courses
  • 11. MIS Program – Courses 92 93 111 112 100W 91L 110 Requires Senior Status 119A 119B Business Strategy & Information Systems E 1 E 2 Second MIS Elective First MIS Elective Practicum In MIS Business Computer Productivity Tools Intro to Business Programming Systems Analysis And Design Intro to Telecommunications Intro to Database Mgt Systems Fundamentals Of MIS Business Communications Business Requirement MIS Requirement
  • 12. MIS Program - Electives
    • Advanced Business Programming (Bus113)
    • Advanced Business Programming Java (113J)
    • Advanced Database Management Systems (116)
    • Advanced System Analysis & Design (114)
    • Advanced Telecommunication (115)
    • Special Topics: Network Design (118A)
    • Special Topics: Business Expert Systems (118B)
    • Special Topics: Knowledge Mgt Systems (118C)
    • Web-based Computing (118W)
    Two Electives Requires Senior Status 113J 113 115 114 118x 116
  • 13. MIS Program – Course Sequence 92 93 111 112 100W 91L 110 Business Requirement MIS Requirement 119A 119B Business Strategy & Information Systems E 1 E 2 Second MIS Elective First MIS Elective Practicum In MIS Business Computer Productivity Tools Introduction to Business Programming Systems Analysis And Design Introduction to Telecommunications Introduction to Database Mgt Systems Fundamentals Of MIS Business Communications Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4
  • 14. MIS Program – Career Tracks and Electives
    • Consulting/Project Management
      • Advanced Systems Analysis (114)
    • Application Development
      • Advanced Business Programming (113x)
    • Database Management
      • Advanced Database Mgt Systems (116)
    • Networking/Computing Specialist
      • Advanced Telecommunication Systems (115)
  • 15. MIS Program - Community Service Learning
    • Designed to give practical experience
    • Benefits the community
    • Typically oriented around non-profit community support organizations
    • Creates strong connections between the University and the community
    • Used in MIS courses and many other General Education Course
  • 16. How to be Successful
    • Be responsible for yourself
    • Manage your time wisely
    • Be prepared for class
    • Get involved on campus
    • Use resources available
    • Earn your own grades
    • Create your skill set/Get a Job!
    • YOU SHOULD HAVE A PLAN!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • 17. How to be Successful – Be Responsible
    • Its your life – It’s your choice to make it what you want, you decide!
    • Not parents, friends, teachers
    • Career, studies, spouse
    • Don’t just let life happen to you
    • Pick something (sailboat) and go with it
    • Its your choice !
  • 18. How to Be Successful – Time Management
    • Critical in today’s business environment
    • Get used to managing time efficiently
    • Techniques in “Planning Fundamentals” section
  • 19. How to Be Successful - Be prepared for class
    • Read material ahead of time
    • Attend class
    • Ask questions
    • Do homework (practice, practice, etc)
    • Study every day (don’t cram)
    • Use Tutorial Center, Study Guides, Teams , Office hours
  • 20. How to Be Successful - Get involved
    • Join clubs – MIS
    • Benefits: Networking, new friends, new cultures, your chosen field, other fields
    • Develop leadership skills
    • Demonstrate initiative
    • Looks great on resume!
  • 21.
    • MIS Department (BT250)
    • Faculty office hours – Drop In
    • Library, Tutorial Center, Counseling,
    • Career Planning & Placement Center (4-6033)
    • Alumni Association (4-3430)
    • BSAC – Business Student Advisement Center (4-3435)
    How to Be Successful - Resources
  • 22. How to Be Successful - Resources
    • Business Student Advisement Center (BSAC)
    • Located in BBC008, 4-3435
    • Course schedule planning
    • General education advising
    • Graduation planning and preparation
    • Changes of major
    • Equivalencies for transfer courses
    • Clearance for upper division course reg.
    • Approval of business minors
  • 23. How to Be Successful – Grades Matter
    • Potential Employers
    • Graduate School
    • Career Choice Limitation
    • Performance Assessment
    • Self Assessment
  • 24. How to Be Successful - Skill Sets Required
    • Technical – Depends on Elective Track
    • Communication - Oral
    • Communication - Written
    • Critical Thinking – Problem Solving
    • Leadership – Self and Others

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