451 Social Issues in Information Systems

Information Systems & Operations Management

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Pre-requisites: None

Requisite To: None

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Course Description

This course enables students to acquire a broad understanding of social issues in the information age. Topics include security, privacy, legal, and ethical issues. It illustrates how information systems affect humanities in two dimensions: socially and individually. It enriches students with theoretical background how to make ethical decisions (dos and don’ts). It is considered a critical course in enriching students with analytical tools and skills to make correct decisions and know how to defend their critical stands.

Course Learning Objectives (CLOs)
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  • Clo2. understand how business success is achieved with ba principles and tools.
  • Clo3. select and apply appropriate analytic tools for solving business problems.
  • Clo4. interpret various datasets and understand how they relate to business objectives.
  • Clo5. apply ba principles and tools to make informed managerial recommendations for
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