Systems and Information Concepts in Organizations Course

MSIS 527 Core Course – Information Systems Masters Degree Class

The Marist Systems and Information Concepts in Organizations course, through the MSIS Master’s degree, is an exploration of the systems perspective of the information field, the organization of a system, information flows, and the nature of information systems in organizations. The Systems and Information Concepts is an ideal course for business professionals who need to become more knowledgeable in the technology field.

The Systems and Information Concepts in Organizations MSIS graduate level course will provide an overview of the introductory and core concepts of information systems. Masters in Information Systems (MSIS) graduate degree students will gain concrete knowledge of the affect of information systems on organizations in the modern world. Students will be exposed to the key concepts of people, process and technology in information systems within an organization.

Throughout the semester, the relation between systems and information to organizational objectives is examined. MSIS graduate students will explore functional information systems concepts including marketing, manufacturing, and finance. MSIS graduate students will learn the distinction between management information systems and decision support systems. Team exercises and multiple case problems are used. 

Contact Marist to learn more about enrolling in the Systems and Information Concepts in Organizations course through the MSIS Information Systems Master’s degree. MSIS degree courses are available through our 100% online course structure or can be earning on-campus in a traditional classroom environment. This flexible course structure allows students to earn their Information Systems degree in their own time.

Prerequisite: Graduate Information Systems standing. Fall and spring semesters.

Systems and Information Concepts in Organizations Degree Course - Credits Earned (3 credits)