Knowledge Management Curriculum

All courses are 8 weeks in length.

BIT 562 Management Information Systems 3 sh
Introduces principles and practices of managing corporate and organizational resources. Describes how managers plan, organize, lead, motivate, and control human and other resources. Introduces classical, behavioral, ethical, and quantitative approaches to management. Explores management challenges and problems as presented by individuals and groups.
  -   Semester/Session: Spring Session 1

BIT 566 Knowledge Management 3 sh
Study of theory and application of the management of organizational knowledge for creating business value and generating a competitive advantage. Focus on how to implement a knowledge management strategy and knowledge management system in an organization. Include infrastructure evaluation; KM system analysis, design, and development; and KM system deployment and assessment.
  -   Semester/Session: Fall Session 2

BIT 570 E-Business Strategy - 3 credits
Covers the fundamental technologies associated with consumer-to-business and business-to-business interaction and delivery of content via the Internet. Discusses contrast between client- versus server-side approaches to database processing and XML, as well as execution of business rules and logic. Includes hands-on experience with the various technologies.
-   Semester/Session: Spring Session 1 and Summer

BADM 535 Management Principles and Practices 3 sh
Integrates fundamental concepts of systems and information with those or organizational structures and management. Performs the analysis of information flow in organizations and the operating context of the various computer-based subsystems of an organizational information system.
  -   Semester/Session: Spring Session 2