BBA Program Goals for this Course
- Learn to apply a core body of MIS specific knowledge to business situations and problems.
- Develop critical thinking skills through the analysis of business processes and the MIS systems that support them.
- Develop quantitative reasoning skills by assessing the impact investments in MIS systems have on a business.
- Develop visual communications skills while learning to model business processes, the information required to perform these processes, and the systems that support these processes.
This course applies an activity based learning model which relies heavily on your active participation in the classroom. You are expected to complete the assigned readings, watch the assigned videos and come prepared to engage the class in meaningful conversation and activities. You are encouraged to use your knowledge and experiences to build, test, and modify your own concepts through dialogues with the instructor and fellow students. Much of your learning will occur as you prepare for and participation in discussions about the course material. The course material has been carefully chosen to bring the real world into class discussion while also illustrating fundamental concepts.
Preparation for Class
Robin is your point person for questions pertaining to assignment grades only. This includes Learn IT and Max Labs. Do not email him about exam grades.
Whenever contacting Robin about a grade, please copy me. I will let Robin investigate your issue, and if I need to intervene, I will do so.
Please keep in mind that Robin is also a full time student and plays soccer with the Temple soccer team, so please give him some time to respond to your questions.