Division of Commerce: Information Management

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COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF CITY UNIVERSITY

DIVISION OF COMMERCE

SEMESTER B 2012/2013

COURSE OUTLINE

|Module Code |CM20119 |

|Module Title |INFORMATION MANAGEMENT |

|Course Examiner: Dr. Jack Yeung |Office: AC2-5418 Main Campus | | |Email: kwyeung@cityu.edu.hk | | |Tel: (852) 3442-5961 |

1.COURSE AIMS

The aim of this course is to provide students with the knowledge about information management using information systems that enables students to understand and use business intelligence tools in government, business organizations and the society.

2.COURSE INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES (CILOs)

Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to:

1.Identify the basic components of a computer system and the concepts of information system. 2.Analyze how workgroup information systems encourage group collaboration. 3.Evaluate the business data processing cycle.

4.Apply the concepts of various applications of computers in government, business and the society. 5.Design information management solutions to support government, business organizations and the society. 6.Reflect on the importance of the ethical use of information systems.

3.TEACHING AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES (TLAs)

Teaching will be in the form of lectures and tutorials:

|Lecture (hr/week): 2 |Tutorial (hr/week): 1 |

4.TEXTBOOK

Lecture Text Book

|1. |Title |Management Information Systems, 10e (2011) | | |Author: |O’Brien and Marakas | | |Publisher: |McGraw-Hill |

Reference Books

|1. |Title |Business Driven Technology, 5e (2013) | | |Author: |Baltzan | | |Publisher: |McGraw-Hill |

|2. |Title |Microsoft Access 2010: Comprehensive (2010) | | |Author: |Gary B. Shelly, Philip J. Pratt and Mary Z. Last | | |Publisher: |Boston, Mass.: Course Technology / Cengage Learning |

|3. |Title |Go! with Microsoft Excel 2010 Comprehensive (2010) | | |Author: |Shelley Gaskin, Alicia Vargas and Suzanne Marks | | |Publisher: |Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall |

5.ASSESSMENT TASKS (ATs)

|Group case study presentation |15% | |Group computer project |20% | |Test |15% | |Examination |50% |...
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