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Course Syllabus of 01111354 Economics of Computer Information System, Semester 1/2011, EE BA Eco of KU. …

Course Syllabus of 01111354 Economics of Computer Information System, Semester 1/2011, EE BA Eco of KU.

Bachelor of Arts in Entrepreneurial Economics, known as EEBA Program, is an international undergrate program of the Faculty of Economics at Kasetsart University.

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  • 1. COURSE SYLLABUS First Semester Academic Year 20111. Faculty of Economics Department of Economics2. Course code 01111354 Course name Economics of Computer Information System Total credits 3 credits Prerequisite 01111151 Introduction to Information Technology Economics Section 1 Day and Time Sunday 09.00-12.00 Room: 56063. Lecturer: Pornprom Ateetanan4. Office hours for consultation with students: By appointment E-mail address: pornprom.ateetanan@nstda.or.th G-Talk: pornprom@gmail.com Skype: paul.pornprom.ateetanan Twitter: pornprom Facebook: pornprom.ateetanan5. Course Objective(s) 1. To understand and apply Economics principle with Computer Information Systems 2. To understand definitions, theories, and frameworks of Computer Information Systems, ICT Adoption and its relation with Economics 3. To discuss on Computer Information System and its applications 4. To encourage analytical thinking and writing6. Course Description Necessity of economics of communication and computer information systemsadoption in enterprises. The applications and convergence of wireless informationsystem, database management, knowledge management, software requirements andsoftware quality management, security of information system, human computerinterface and human resource economics and Information technology forcollaborative work.7. Course Outline 1. Economics of communications 2. Mobile and wireless information system 3. Knowledge management 4. Database management 5. Software requirements management 6. Software quality management 7. Security/privacy of information and information system 8. Human computer interface and human resource economics 9. Information technology and collaborative work 01111354 Economics of Computer Information Page 1 System
  • 2. 8. Student-centered Teaching Method(s)Lecture, co-operative learning, discussion and group independent study, presentationand homeworkTerm paper and presentation. The students will be formed into groups, 3-5 students per group and beassigned case studies. The term paper will be presented in session 14 with submissionof final term paper in a presentation day. In addition, each group has to find out moreinformation related to the case study and provide valid recommendation. All resourcesin the term paper must be cited in order to concerning on intelligence property right.Case study An article or case study is a small case at the end of each chapter (or byassigned). The groups will be assigned in class in order to discuss the case at thebeginning of the class.Attendance Students are expected to attend class and to be in class on time. Learning isan interactive mode. Attendance to the lectures and laboratory sessions are highly recommended.For the class attendance, the students must turn off mobile phones. Othercommunications through electronic device (e.g. chatting via mobile devices) are alsoprohibited during the lectures and laboratory sessions.9. Teaching Aids/MaterialsTeaching slides, Documents, and Video-audio materials.10. Measure(s) of Achievement Percent 1) Case Studies/ Homework 20 2) Term Paper & Presentation 10 3) Participation 10 4) Midterm exam 30 5) Final exam 30 Total 10011. Grading A criterion combines with statistical method. The lecturer retains his right tograde basing on his criteria and discrete judgment.12. TextbookIPA: Information-Technology Promotion Agency, Japan, January 2010. IT PassportExam Preparation Book 01111354 Economics of Computer Information Page 2 System
  • 3. IPA: Information-Technology Promotion Agency, Japan, An introduction to ITStrategyIPA: Information-Technology Promotion Agency, Japan, FE Exam PreparationBook: Preparation book for Fundamental Information Technology EngineerExamination13. Class Schedule Class Date Topic Class Activity 1 14/08/11 An Introduction to Economics of lecture, discussion, communications individual/group homework 2 21/08/11 Database management (1/2) lecture, discussion, individual/group homework 3 28/08/11 Database management (2/2) lecture, discussion, individual/group homework 4 4/09/11 Software requirements management (1/2) lecture, discussion, individual/group homework 5 11/09/11 Software requirements management (2/2) lecture, discussion, individual/group homework 6 18/09/11 Mobile and wireless information system lecture, discussion, individual/group homework 7 25/09/11 Security/privacy of information and lecture, discussion, information system individual/group homework 2/10/11 Midterm Exam Writing exam 8 9/10/11 Software Quality Management (1/2) lecture, discussion, individual/group homework 9 16/10/11 Software Quality Management (2/2) lecture, discussion, individual/group homework 23/10/11 King Chulalongkorn (Piyamaharaj) Day 01111354 Economics of Computer Information Page 3 System
  • 4. Class Date Topic Class Activity 10 30/10/11 Knowledge Management (1/2) lecture, discussion, individual/group homework 11 6/11/11 Knowledge Management (2/2) lecture, discussion, individual/group homework 12 13/11/11 Human computer interface and human lecture, discussion, resource economics individual/group homework 13 20/11/11 Current topic (by guest lecturer) lecture, discussion 14 27/11/11 Information technology and collaborative lecture, discussion, work individual/group homework 15 4/12/11 Project Presentation Presentation 11/12/11 Final Exam Writing exam* This syllabus is subject to change at the discretion of the instructor. Signature Pornprom Ateetanan (Pornprom Ateetanan) Date July 29, 2011 01111354 Economics of Computer Information Page 4 System