Bachelor of Business Administration in Management Information Systems Online

Develop an in-demand combination of technical computer skills and business analytics methods in this flexible online program.


Start Date:

12/21/22
1/17/23

Program Overview

Discover our 100% online BBA in MIS program

Lamar Online Degree Tuition Cost
$296**
Per Credit Hour
Up to 90 hours
Transfer Credits
Degree Credit Hours Required
120*
Credit Hours

If you enjoy working with data and technology to solve business problems, the Bachelor of Business Administration in Management Information Systems from Lamar University may be a great fit for you. This 100% online BBA in MIS program explores technology, tools and business practices required to keep businesses and organizations running smoothly.

This hands-on program is designed to give you highly marketable skills that will prepare you to work in any functional area within an organization. Develop the skills to serve in an analyst role using software packages and analytics tools to track finances, create more efficient operations and achieve strategic goals.

In the BBA in MIS program, you will learn how to:

  • Communicate findings and recommendations in clear easy-to-understand language
  • Contribute to data-driven business decisions
  • Develop SQL skills to extract and analyze data from relational databases
  • Establish and monitor the scopes, schedules, resources and costs of IT projects
  • Write and apply procedures and functions to create manageable code
  • In addition to the foundational MIS skill sets above, choose from two in-demand tracks to further refine your focus and abilities to become a leader in any information technology setting.


    Business Analytics Track

    Learn how to use data to help businesses make operational and strategic decisions that will optimize their competitiveness in the marketplace. This business analytics track focuses on the application of predictive analytics and machine learning to help address complex issues in business.

    From analyzing data using reporting programs including Tableau, SAS and advanced Excel, to communicating persuasive data-driven business insights, you will gain the knowledge and skills you need to bring value to any organization from day one.

    Career Options:

  • Business Analyst
  • Business Process Consultant
  • Financial Analyst
  • Database Manager
  • Business Intelligence Analyst

  • Enterprise Systems Track

    Learn how to identify key integration points and navigate successful business transactions with the enterprise systems track. Prepare to use applications such as SAP S/4 HANA as well as write code and SQL statements. You will also gain a solid working knowledge of programming concepts including language syntax, object-oriented programming, file I/O and database integration. Upon completion of this degree, you will receive an Oracle and SQL completion certificate and SAP Recognition Award.

    Career Options:

  • IT Business Analyst
  • Systems Developer
  • Systems Engineer
  • SAP Manager
  • ERP Specialist
  • Ranked among The Princeton Review’s 300 Best Business Schools, the Lamar University College of Business offers you access to a powerful business school alumni network and a business education backed by AACSB International accreditation – the gold standard of quality in business education worldwide.

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    Tuition

    Choosing our online business program is cost effective

    The following is the tuition breakdown for students pursuing Bachelor of Business Administration in Management Information Systems – Business Analytics Track. Our tuition is affordable, and can be paid by the course.

    $296 Per credit hour. Price includes distance learning fee.

    Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice due to action by the Board of Regents or the Texas State Legislature.

    Total program cost depends upon transfer hours and program advisement relevant to program requirements. For more information, contact a Lamar University enrollment specialist .

    Financial Aid

    Ready to get started on your degree program online but need help finding ways to fund your education? We can help you discover student financing sources that include grants, loans and other payment options. Learn more about financial aid here.

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    Calendar

    Our course schedule is designed for flexibility

    Our Bachelor of Business Administration in Management Information Systems – Business Analytics Track online program features multiple start dates to accommodate your busy schedule. Find the start date that works best for you and apply before the application deadline associated with it.

    Upcoming Start Dates:

    Apply by:12/21/22
    Start Class:1/17/23

    8 week courses Program Start Date Application Deadline Document Deadline Payment Due Last Class Day
    Fall 2 10/19/2022 09/28/2022 10/05/2022 10/10/2022 12/06/2022
    Spring I 01/17/2023 12/21/2022 01/03/2023 01/09/2023 03/07/2023
    Spring II 03/08/2023 02/15/2023 02/22/2023 02/27/2023 05/02/2023

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    Admissions

    Find your fit in our online management information systems program

    The Bachelor of Business Administration in Management Information Systems – Business Analytics Track online program has specific requirements that applicants must meet to enroll. Please read the admission guidelines to ensure you qualify.

    Online Application

    Submit your application and one-time $25 application fee online.

    Official Transcripts

    Official Transcripts

    Submit transcripts from all colleges/universities you have attended.

    All applicants must submit official, sealed transcripts from each institution attended to the Admissions Office. All degrees must be from a regionally accredited institution. Send transcripts to: Lamar University Online Admissions, P.O. Box 10017, Beaumont, Texas 77710

    Check to see if the program is offered to residents in your state before applying by clicking here.

    University Admission Requirements

    All applicants must complete an application packet, consisting of:

    • Complete online application and pay an application fee of $25
    • Submit official transcripts from all high schools, colleges and universities you have attended
    • Verify specific requirements associated with chosen degree program

    High school graduates who have not attended college before are considered entering freshmen – even if they received college credit while in high school through dual credit, AP or IB programs. Transfer students with fewer than 18 hours of college credit also must meet admission requirements for entering freshmen.

    Incoming freshmen must do three things to qualify for unconditional admission to Lamar University:

    • Receive a diploma from an accredited high school
    • Complete at least 14 high school credits in college preparatory courses: 4 credits in English, 3 credits in mathematics, 2 credits in laboratory sciences, 2.5 credits in social sciences (U.S. history, U.S. government, and world history or world geography) and 2.5 credits in college preparatory electives (preferably including 2 credits of foreign language)
    • Meet the test-optional admission criteria, or achieve a minimum composite score on the ACT or SAT through the secondary review criteria. (Click here for criteria)

    Students transferring from other Lamar University programs into a College of Business program must have a minimum overall 2.0 grade point average (GPA) and, if applicable, a minimum 2.0 GPA in business courses.

    Students transferring from other colleges or universities into a College of Business program must:

    • Have an official copy of all college and/or university transcripts on file by application deadline
    • Be eligible to re-enter all colleges and/or universities previously attended
    • Have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 on a 4.0 scale for all work attempted
    • Students who transfer fewer than 18 hours must also submit and meet the entrance credentials and requirements of a first-time college student

    Send all required documents to:

    Lamar University Online Admissions
    PO Box 10017
    Beaumont, TX 77710

    OR

    Submit electronically to [email protected]

    Courses

    Take a look at the online BBA classes

    To earn your Bachelor of Business Administration in Management Information Systems, you need to complete 120 credit hours of coursework. The program includes 42 credit hours of general education courses, 39 credit hours of business courses, 24 credit hours of specialization courses and 15 hours of elective courses. Students can finish faster by transferring previously earned credit hours. Transfer credit hours will be evaluated during the admission process.

    Duration: 15 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    Concepts of financial accounting. Emphasis is on the conceptual framework of accounting and the preparation and uses of financial statements. Prerequisite: MATH 1314 (Sophomore Standing strongly recommended) or MATH 1324 or MATH 1325.
    Duration: 15 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    This course is designed for non-accounting majors. Uses of accounting information in managerial planning, decision making, and control. Includes study of cost behavior, cost-volume-profit analyses and budgeting. Prerequisite: ACCT 2301 with a minimum grade of “C”.
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    Emphasizes monetary theory; national income analysis; fluctuation and growth; public finance; international trade; and current economic problems.
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    Introduction to economic principles; allocation of resources; determination of output and prices; distribution; and managerial economics.
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    An introductory survey of the principal issues, decision areas, and analytical procedures relevant to the financial management of private business firms including capital budgeting, cost of capital, short and long-term financing, dividend policy and valuation. Prerequisites: Junior Standing and ACCT 2301, ACCT 2302, ECON 2301, ECON 2302, and MATH 1314 (MATH 1325 or MATH 1324 preferred).
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    Introduction to the quantitative methods of analysis as applied to business problems. Topics of study include collection of data, statistical description, probability theory, probability distribution, sampling theory, estimation, and introduction to test of hypothesis.
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
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    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    Includes the study of organization behavior concepts such as leadership, motivation, individual behavior, group behavior and communication. Their use in U.S. and multinational organizations in management practice is examined in the context of today’s legal, social, and ethical environment. Prerequisites: Junior Standing and BUSI 2300 or BUSI 3300
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    A survey of the production function and the analytical tools used to solve problems associated with the development and operation of a production system. Analytical tools include: linear programming, critical path scheduling, waiting line, statistical quality control, and forecasting. Prerequisites: Junior Standing and BUAL 2310 or BUSI 2305, BUSI 2300 or BUSI 3300, and MATH 1325 or MATH 1324.
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    The capstone course for the undergraduate business program. This course has been developed to help you understand the task of the strategic management process in a digital global environment. The course assumes that a company’s success depends on you to adapt to rapidly changing markets, globalization, shifting governmental policies, and new technologies. The emphasis of this course will be on sharpening analytical, decision-making, and communication skills. The case study method and/or a global simulation will be used to acquaint the student with probable, authentic strategic situations in the economy. Prerequisites: Junior Standing and FINC 3310, MGMT 3310, MGMT 3320, and MKTG 3310.
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    Computers are an integral part of all business activities and careers. This course is designed to introduce potential business majors to the understanding of the roles of computers in business information systems and to learn the basic skills of business software which are essential to support business activities. Students will obtain valuable information, technology knowledge and skills needed in all areas of business. Students will be introduced to the spreadsheets, databases, and basic business transactions using SAP enterprise resource planning software.
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    This course gives an overview of why information systems are so important today and how they are transforming organizations and management. The student will understand the relationship between the various types of information systems. They will learn to analyze the relationship between information systems and organizations. Also, students will learn how a database management system organizes information. Students would compare the various types of telecommunications networks and network services and become knowledgeable about new business applications. Students are introduced to basic business transactions, such as Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Supply Chain Management (SCM), Customer Relationship Management (CRM), and Knowledge Management (KM). The course also covers how the internet can be used for electronic commerce and for electronic business, how the internet is becoming the foundation for new business models, new business processes, and new ways of distributing knowledge. The students will develop proficiency in using application tools, such as spreadsheet and database, for development of Information Systems. In addition, the students are introduced to basic business transactions using SAP -- a widely used Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software among the Fortune 500 companies. Prerequisites: Junior Standing and MISY 1373.
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    A description and analysis of business activities designed to plan price, promote and distribute products and services to customers. Topics studies include: the marketing environment, consumer buying habits and motive, types of middlemen, marketing institutions and channels, governmental regulations, advertising and current marketing practices. Prerequisite: Junior Standing.
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    This course provides an introduction to IT infrastructure issues for students majoring in Information Systems. This course covers topics related to both computer and systems architecture and communication networks, with an overall focus on the services and capabilities that IT infrastructure solutions enable in an organizational context. It gives the students the knowledge and skills that they need for communicating effectively with professionals whose special focus is on hardware and systems software technology and for designing organizational processes and software solutions that require in dept understanding of the IT infrastructure capabilities and limitations. The course also prepares the students for organizational roles that require interaction with external vendors of IT infrastructure components and solutions. This course focuses strongly on internet based solutions, computer and network security, business continuity, and the role of infrastructure in regulatory compliance. Prerequisite: MISY 3310 and Junior Standing.
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    This course serves two audiences: (1) those who want to be an information systems analyst; and (2) those who will be users or managers involved in systems development projects, an active member of a project team, or the client for a system request. Since systems development is central to the IS field, this is a basic course for training you for your career. Information systems concepts, systems analysis and design methodologies and techniques and tools used during the development of information systems will be covered. Students will be exposed to both classic methods and emerging methods of systems analysis and design. The topics necessary for changing environment for systems development will be covered along with a renewed focus on agile methodologies including SCRUM. Prerequisite: MISY 3310
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    The student who successfully completes this course should be able to understand the genesis of project management and its importance to ensure the success of information technology projects. Students will be exposed to project management concepts and techniques such as: the triple constraint of project management, project management knowledge areas, project life cycle, tools and techniques of project management (for example: project selection criteria, work breakdown structures, network diagrams, critical path analysis, cost estimates, and schedule management). Students will learn the essentials of using Primavera P6 to plan and manage IT projects. Prerequisite: MISY 3310
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    This Capstone course covers information systems design and implementation within a database management system environment. Students will learn to develop the detailed design and construction of a physical system using database software such as MS Access and Oracle-SQL (Structured Query Language). Prerequisites: MISY 3370 with a minimum grade of D.
    Communication - 6 Hours
    Mathematics - 3 Hours
    Life and Physical Sciences - 6 Hours
    Language, Philosophy and Culture - 3 Hours
    Creative Arts - 3 Hours
    American History - 6 Hours
    Government/Political Science - 6 Hours
    Social/Behavioral Sciences - 3 Hours
    Component Area Options - 6 Hours
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    Basic forms of expository writing. Frequent themes. Collateral reading in articles and essays of a factual and informative type.
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    Application of the fundamentals of speech production to the needs of the professional person. For non-communication majors only.
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    The application of common algebraic functions, including polynomial, exponential, logarithmic and rational, to business, economics and the social sciences are addressed. The applications include mathematics of finance, including simple and compound interest and annuities; systems of linear equations; matrices; linear programming and probability, including simple value. Prerequisites: TSI complete or TSI exempt. Students with a TSI score of 336 or higher, or with a S in MATH 0370 may take this course with co-requisite course MATH 0224. Students who are registered for MATH 1324 and MATH 0224 are not allowed to drop these courses due to the state's TSI compliance requirements.
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    An introduction to contemporary environmental issues and human interactions with ecosystems. Not to be used as a biology major course.
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    Survey of elementary inorganic/organic chemistry and gas laws for allied health science majors. Prerequisites: (High school chemistry or CHEM 1375 with a grade of "C" or better) and (Mathematics Readiness Score>= 700 or MATH 1314 or higher with a "C" or better).
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    Elementary survey of structure, function and metabolic processes of molecules in organisms. Designed for students majoring in health sciences. Prerequisites: CHEM 1306, CHEM 1106. Offered: Summer
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    Algebra-based review of chemical laws and theory for science, engineering and preprofessional majors. Prerequisites: Mathematics Readiness Score >=700 or MATH 1314 or higher with a C or better
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    A continuation of CHEM 1311. Theories of solutions, equilibrium, thermodynamics and kinetics. Prerequisites: CHEM 1311 and CHEM 1111 both with a C or better.
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    This course is an introduction to the relationship between human activities, geologic resources and processes and environmental quality. Topics include the relationship between human populations and geologic hazards, as well as how human activities may increase the chances of geologic hazards occurring. Emphasis will be from the geologic perspective, but will include all basic sciences. Field trips are an integral part of this course. Offered: Fall, Spring
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    This course is intended to provide a basic understanding of many aspects of space exploration, including discovering the physical make-up of the universe and evidence surrounding its origin, learning the discoveries made in the solar system and evidence surrounding its origin. This course in addition to lecture material will include a class project to assess teamwork skills.
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    A close reading of related themes, authors or periods and/or a close viewing of films with related themes or makers. The course will focus on literature, the arts, politics, philosophy or culture. It will not take the place of other 2000 level courses that require ENGL 1301 and 1302. It will not take the place of ENGL 1302. It is intended for students who do not take 6 hours of composition. Course may be repeated when content varies. Pre-requisite: English 1301.
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    A historical examination of theories and principles of social and personal conduct ranging from Plato and Aristotle to Mill and Nietzsche. Applications to current issues. Prerequisite: ENGL 1301 Offered: Fall, Spring.
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    An introductory course emphasizing the understanding and appreciation of visual arts (painting, sculpture, and architecture).
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    A survey of the field of film with emphasis on current trends in cinema, past and present directors, and the historical development of film. Satisfies the Fine Arts core curriculum requirement.
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    The synthesis of computer games with a focus on the artistic elements of games, including graphics, animation, audio and narrative.
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    A survey of the art of dance and its role in world cultures, history and current issues. This course satisfies the fine arts core for non-dance majors. Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
    Duration: 15 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    Survey of music for non-music students. Covers the major style periods from the Renaissance to the present with emphasis on the development of basic listening skills and critical thinking. Requires attendance at instructor-specified recitals or concerts.
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    A survey of the development and history of Jazz as a musical form from its origina in earlier styles to the present. Covers the major styles and musicians with an emphasis on the development of basic listening skills and critical thinking. May require attendance at instructor specified recitals or concerts.
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    A survey of the development and history of Rock Music from its origins in earlier styles up to the present. Covers the major styles and musicians with an emphasis on the development of basic listening skills and critical thinking. May require attendance at instructor-specified recitals or concerts. No Prerequisites.
    Duration: 15 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    United States history from the revolutionary period through reconstruction.
    Duration: 15 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    United States history from the post-reconstruction period to the present.
    Duration: 15 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    Texas history from the beginning to the present time.
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    The legislative, executive, and judicial branches and the bureaucracy; policy formulation and implementation including civil rights and civil liberties, domestic and foreign policies.
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    Emphasizes monetary theory; national income analysis; fluctuation and growth; public finance; international trade; and current economic problems.
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    Introduction to economic principles; allocation of resources; determination of output and prices; distribution; and managerial economics.
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    Forms of expository and analytical writing. Topics from composition suggested from wide reading in at least two of the three genres: prose fiction, poetry, and drama. Research paper required.
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    Introduction to the quantitative methods of analysis as applied to business problems. Topics of study include collection of data, statistical description, probability theory, probability distribution, sampling theory, estimation of parameters and testing hypothesis. Prerequisite: MATH 1325 or MATH 1324.

    Students must complete 12 credit hours.

    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    This hands-on course will teach students the art of modeling to build, refine and analyze problems for decision-making. Students will use industry standard spreadsheet software for creation and analysis. topics include forecasting, linear and nonlinear optimizations and decision analysis. Projects from all business fields will be used for extensive practice and real-world applications. Prerequisites: Junior Standing
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    This course provides a comprehensive introduction and hands-on experience in basic data visualization, visual analytics and visual data storytelling. It introduces students to design principles for creating meaningful displays of quantitative and qualitative data to facilitate managerial decision-making in the field of business analytics. Many organizations are using analytics and visualization to make better decisions and improve customer and shareholder value. this is deemed a critical skill in business today. Prerequisites: Junior Standing
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    This course will provide the student with fundamental programming knowledge that is used in everyday business analytics. The student will work with a high-end programming language that is well-suited for data retrieval and data analysis using data libraries. The student will first learn the fundamentals of programming such as variable declaration, language syntax, decision structures, iteration techniques, method construction, data structures and file input/output. The student will then move forward with these programming skills to work with other data manipulation libraries within that language. In addition to the technical knowledge gained, the student will also focus on how to apply these techniques to business analytics. The course will work with datasets taken from various industries including healthcare, security, entertainment, social platforms and government. the student will apply this new skill set by analyzing business issues in an individual capacity as well as working on a capstone project within a team environment in which they can showcase their analytic skills for future employers. No previous programming knowledge is required for this course. Prerequisites: Junior Standing
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    This course provides students with an applied approach to data mining and predictive analytics with hands-on exercises and real-world examples. Students will be introduced to the concepts, methods and techniques of data mining. Students will learn to develop predictive models and obtain business value from Big Data using specialized data mining software. Prerequisites: Junior Standing
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    The purpose of this course is to introduce students to Business Intelligence and Analytics. business Intelligence refers to the use of computers to analyze complex information about an organization and its competitors for use in business planning and decision-making. The objective is to create timelier and higher-quality input to the decision process. This course will also provide a comprehensive overview of analytics concepts and hands-on approach to practicing those concepts with latest enterprise software solutions. Prerequisite: MISY 3310 with a minimum grade of D and Junior Standing.
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    This course will provide an overview of Marketing Analytics. There will be a discussion of the importance of analytics in business and its evolving role in the context of data deluge phenomenon in the contemporary business world. We will study critical concepts including artificial intelligence, the state-of-the-art data analytic techniques and experimental design. Students will develop skills including extracting data from the web, accessing data using queries, and data analysis. We will explore analytical tools that are applicable to areas of segmentation, targeting and positioning and marketing mix models. The course proceeds through a combination of lectures and problem assignments, which involves a statistical software package of the student's choice. A major part of the course is a group project, where students are expected to put some of their acquired knowledge to practical use. Prerequisites: senior standing, MKTG 3310, BUSI 2305 or BUAL 2305 with a minimum grade of D in each.
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    This course introduces students to econometric methods used in business analytics with a focus on real-world applications and datasets. they will learn how to plan for the data they want and then to extract the relevant information they are looking for. They will set up the data in a way that will make sense to the students. From this information the student can draw economic inferences from their regression reports which will be of value to their current and future employers. the student will then learn how to then calculate various elasticities which will also be of value to current and future employers. Prerequisites: ECON 2301, ECON 2302 with a minimum grade of D in each

    Students must complete 12 credit hours.

    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    This course will provide the students with the fundamentals of software development using a high-level programming language. The course will focus on programming in a windows environment along with the use of a popular integrated development environment. the programming concepts that will be covered include language syntax, variable declaration, decision and iteration processing, method construction and development, data structures, object-oriented programming techniques, file I/O and database integration. Students will construct various small applications to learn the fundamentals of development leading up to a capstone project. Little or no programming experience is required for this course.
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    This course covers both the principles and practices of conducting business with the help of technologies providing an overview of the past and future of the discipline, business models, traditional and disruptive technologies, marketing strategies and various business systems. In addition, some of the major issues associated with e-commerce, such as security and privacy, will be explored. Also, students will conduct hands-on projects on the latest version of SAP platform, experiencing business processes on the cloud.
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    The purpose of this course is to introduce students to Business Intelligence and Analytics. business Intelligence refers to the use of computers to analyze complex information about an organization and its competitors for use in business planning and decision-making. The objective is to create timelier and higher-quality input to the decision process. This course will also provide a comprehensive overview of analytics concepts and hands-on approach to practicing those concepts with latest enterprise software solutions. Prerequisite: MISY 3310 with a minimum grade of D and Junior Standing.
    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    This course introduces students to SAP, an enterprise application software that runs on large database systems, which is widely used by large corporations. In this overview course, students will learn business processes in different modules of SAP with a focus on supply-chain processes; purchasing, materials management, production planning, and sales and distribution. Students will have ample opportunity to perform business transactions on SAP servers to gain a deeper understanding of business process integration. Prerequisite: MISY 3310 with a minimum grade of D Offered: Fall

    *120 credit hours: 42 core curriculum, 27 lower-level electives, 45 advanced electives.

    **Price includes distance learning fee.

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