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BUIT 660 Management Information Systems

Students learn to establish, operate, and control integrated, computer based information systems to support management decision making. Topics discussed include structuring of information systems, hardware and software systems, quality assurance, information gathering, storage retrieval, and control.

Units: 3


Graduate students:

  • MBA

This course may also be taken by

  • Business professionals for continuing education
  • Business professionals as non-degree course for professional development
  • Graduate students of other schools as transfer credit


5-6 hours per week



Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to:

  1. provide a historical context for the use of computers in modern business;
  2. discuss relevant computer hardware and software concepts;
  3. present specific dependence of business practices on computers;
  4. describe management information systems;
  5. depict a typical business computer system lifecycle;
  6. introduce the systems analysis process; and
  7. consider management concerns in the selection, use, and maintenance of an integrated computer-based information resource.



Week 1

Information system in Global Business Today – Chapter 1

Week 2

Global E-Business: IS for organization and strategy- Chapters 2 & 3

Week 3

Ethical and Social Issues in Emerging IS and IT Infrastructure – Chapters 4 & 5

Week 4

Foundation of Business Intelligence and Telecommunications – Chapters 6 & 7

Week 5

Securities in IS and Enterprise Application – Chapters 8 & 9

Week 6

E-commerce and managing knowledge – Chapters 10 & 11

Week 7

Enhancing Decision Making and Building Information System- Chapters 12 & 13

Week 8

Managing Projects and Global Systems – Chapters 14 & 15

Week 9

MIS Projects and Integrated Case Studies Presentations




Annalyn Okan-Bacolod, PhD

Dr. Annalyn Okan-Bacolod serves as a full-time faculty member of the Business Administration Department at South Philippine Adventist College (SPAC), Philippines. She holds a PhD degree in Business and has taught for over 25 years. She has also served as a human resource and quality assurance director at SPAC for six years. Her areas of expertise are in the field of computer science and business administration.



Raimond Luntungan, PhD Candidate

Raimond Luntungan is an assistant professor of the business department at AIIAS. He is also the MBA & MSA Program Director and MA Instructional Technology Program Director. His areas of specializations are in instructional technology, system management and business management.