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    Curso de Management Information Systems (Sistemas de Información de Gestión) 

    Código CEPADE: MIS
    Código UPM: CF.05.0515.87
    Curso 2015-2016

    Presentation:

    The course is addressed to students who want to gain (in-depth) knowledge on  Information Technologies , as well as their application to business. 

    The aim of this subject is for students to  develop an understanding of the role and application of Information Systems (IS) and Information Technology (IT) in the management and control of organizations. 

    It provides the basis for the further development of professional careers such as managers, advisors, assurance providers as well as designers of IS and IT. 

    Learning Outcomes:

    At the end of the course students will be able to:

    - understand how to design Information Systems from a theoretical perspective.

    - establish all elements required for the audit and the safety of Information systems.

    - have an understanding of new technologies, information system applications, and their impact on business models and managerial decision making in an exciting and interactive manner.

    - build a firm foundation in business related to Information Technology in order to develop a successful career in many different business fields. They may find themselves formulating strategic plans in executive suites, designing Information Systems to optimize their organizations operations, raising the business activities on the Web, and so on.

    - enhance their daily work by applying Information Technology, or (new) professional tools and resources to gain awareness and build upon skills.

    - work together with IT specialists

    - develop problem solving through targeted analysis.

    Course contents:

    MODULE I:
    Part One: Organizations, Management, and the Networked Enterprise

    Chapter 1: Information Systems in Global Business Today
    Chapter 2: Global E-Business: How Businesses Use Information Systems
    Chapter 3: Information System, Organizations, and Strategy
    Chapter 4: Ethical and Social Issue in Information Systems

    Part Two: Information Technology Infrastructure

    Chapter 5: IT Infrastructure and Emerging Technologies
    Chapter 6: Foundations of Business Intelligence: Databases and Information Management
    Chapter 7: Telecommunications, the Internet, and Wireless Technology
    Chapter 8: Securing Information Systems

    MODULE II:
    Part Three: Key System Applications for the Digital Age

    Chapter 9: Achieving Operational Excellence and Customer Intimacy: Enterprise Applications
    Chapter 10:E-Commerce: Digital Markets, Digital Goods
    Chapter 11: Managing Knowledge and Collaboration
    Chapter 12: Enhancing Decision Making

    Part Four: Building and Managing Systems

    Chapter 13: Building Information Systems
    Chapter 14: Managing Projects
    Chapter 15: Managing Global Systems

    Academic Calendar:

    Quarterly course that is taught from March to June (during the Segundo Cuatrimestre).

    University credits
    :

    This course is worth 3 credits.

    Lecturer/Assistant Professor

    HUMBERTO RAMOS MARTINEZ
    Responsable del Área de Tecnología de CEPADE.

    Licenciado en Informática. PostGraduate Degree Managerial Control and Management Information Systems por el Maastricht School of Management. Master en Economía y Dirección Internacional de Empresas por la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Director del Área de Tecnología de CEPADE. Experto en Sistemas de Información y Comunicaciones. Consultor de sistemas y su aplicación a la innovación educativa.

    G. CARLOS ALMARCHA ARIAS 
    Coordinator Professor UPM.

    Doctor Ingeniero Industrial (Administración de Empresas)UPM. Licenciado en CC Físicas (Automática)UNED. Ingeniero Técnico de Telecomunicación (Sistemas de Telecomunicación) UPM. Master en Marketing y Dirección Comercial – ESEM. 30 años de experiencia profesional en empresas de tecnología (Chemicontrol, Philips, Hewlett Packard). Áreas técnicas, comercial y marketing. Profesor asociado en la UPM. Numerosas Publicaciones,Ponencias y Proyectos de Investigación.

    Course Methodology:

    La metodología Didáctica de CEPADE, es Propia y Única. PPG: Práctica, Participativa, y Global.

    Práctica: Se basa en el método del caso.
    Participativa: El conocimiento de cada uno de los alumnos se contrasta con los de resto de participantes haciendo el aprendizaje colaborativo a través del Campus Virtual.
    Global: Ese aprendizaje Participativo, no sólo se comparte y adquiere con alumnos de España sino también con alumnos de hasta 40 países (aproximadamente el 40% de los alumnos son internacionales).

    En el Campus virtual de CEPADE un Profesor-Tutor, mantiene la documentación actualizada, resuelve las dudas, guía el aprendizaje y realiza la evaluación.

    Both the whole course documentation and the monitoring of the tutorials along with the final exam will be conducted in English. The level required is Advanced.

    Participants will be informed about the materials as well as the activities designed for this course online.

    Several practical study cases will also be available to be discussed on the forum.

    Students should spend their time focusing on learning tasks such as:

    - Practical assignments.

    - Discussions on examples, questions, viewpoints and ideas taken from the Forum.

    - Answering questions raised after reading study cases.

    Finally, students need to demonstrate sufficient knowledge relating to technology and Information Systems to effectively contribute to the formulation of an information technology strategy.

    Assessment:

    - Documentación en Formato Digital

    - Primer Cuatrimestre - (LIBRO)
    Título: MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS

    Documentation:

    Exercises: They are designed to allow students to self-assess their own learning progress at the end of each unit.

    Control Tests: A control test is designed to grade students in the middle of their learning process and can act as a guide for the final exam.

    Non-distant final exam. The final paper lasts for one hour at the end of the term. Students are allowed to use study materials during this exam. There are two possible exams per course: in June and September and students can freely choose to take any of them. A grade of Pass is required to obtain the corresponding credits of each course.

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