Course Info

IT 201: Introduction to Information Systems

(Formerly IS 201 Introduction to Information Systems) This course demonstrates how information is used by organizations to conduct business and solve problems. This course presents information systems principles and demonstrates how they form an integral part of modern organizations. Topics include systems concepts; organizational processes; technological aspects of information systems; the Internet; IT security and ethical issues; database management; and systems development life cycle. In addition, students familiarize themselves with the DePaul computing environment and demonstrate competency at navigating that environment. PREREQUISITE(S): none

Spring 2012-2013

Topic: Information, Economy and Technology
Section: 350
Class number: 36739
Meeting time: -
Location: CTIBR 00000 at Study Abroad