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MIS 3200 Web Applications and the Internet

Course Description: MIS 3200 Web Applications and the Internet is an overview of the systems development life cycle with an emphasis on techniques and rolls of system documentation and logical system specifications.

Textbook: Kendall, Kenneth E., and Julie E. Kendall, Systems Analysis and Design, 4e, Upper Saddle River, Prentice Hall, 1999.

Prerequisites: MIS 1200, MIS 1300, MIS 1500, MIS 3000

Specific Concepts to Address:

  • The nature of the internet, the Web and electronic commerce
  • Applications of the internet to its various constituencies
  • Impact of internet, intranet and extranet applications on website development
  • ISP services and surfing techniques
  • E-mail communication, chat room and web shopping activities (from a business management perspective)
  • Website design including links and images
  • Website attributes from the perspective of the user
  • Current issues and trends related to the internet

Suggested Emphases:

  • Creation and design of a website
  • Analysis of various websites attributes from the vantage point of the user
  • Perspective of business management (as opposed to a general consumer perspective)

Helpful Documentation:

  • Relevant job descriptions
  • Performance appraisals relevant to topic
  • Proof of relevant training
  • Original website documentation
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