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Information Systems

157.150 Management Information Systems15 credits
An introductory study of the roles and applications of information systems in organisations and society.

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157.240 Social Media Networks for Business15 credits
An examination of current issues in the rapidly developing area of social media. A socio-technical approach is taken as to how social media networks are being used in business processes.

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157.241 Information Systems, Organisations and E-Commerce15 credits
A study of the organisational context within which information systems are developed and used from both a user and manager's perspective. International issues associated with the use of information systems are identified and their resolution is considered.

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157.325 Information management Project15 credits
A guided practical applying business analysis methods to an information system and its environment.

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157.340 Organisational Knowledge Management15 credits
An examination of the role of information systems in creating business value in a knowledge economy.

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157.341 Strategic Management for Information Systems15 credits
A comprehensive study of issues, concepts and methods used in the strategic management of information systems and information technology.

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157.700 Info Systems Management30 credits
A comprehensive overview of the application of computing technology within organisations from a managerial perspective.

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157.701 Health Information Management30 credits
A study of the management of information and information systems relevant to the planning and delivery of high-quality healthcare.

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157.733 Health Information Systems15 credits
A study of the existing and potential applications of information systems that can be used to support the delivery and management of healthcare.

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157.735 Data Mining15 credits
A study of data mining methodologies and techniques related primarily to business and information systems applications. An applied approach will be adopted for the most part.

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157.777 Mobile Business30 credits
A study of mobile business concepts, business models, challenges, applications and technologies from a managerial perspective. The course examines current and future trends in mobile business and provides participants with an understanding of how mobile business applications can be applied to fulfil organisational goals and objectives.

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157.791 Special Topic30 credits
 

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157.799 Information Systems Project30 credits
The development of a piece of work that is well founded in the body of knowledge of a particular topic area and aims to produce either a study of the operational and contextual environment of an IS system, or alternatively, to design and/or develop an IS system to fulfil some specific task.

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157.879 Research Report60 credits
 

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157.896 Research Report60 credits
 

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157.897 Thesis 120 Credit Part 160 credits
A supervised and guided independent study resulting in a published work.

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157.898 Thesis 120 Credit Part 260 credits
A supervised and guided independent study resulting in a published work.

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157.899 Thesis120 credits
A supervised and guided independent study resulting in a published work.

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157.900 PhD Information Systems120 credits
 

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