Course title: Management of Information Technology
Course code: BBY 302
Type of course: Compulsory
Level of course: Undergraduate
Year of study: Third Year
Number of credits allocated (work load based): 3
Objective of the course: The main objectives of this course are to introduce the major information technologies and automation systems and to emphasize the managerial aspects of the use of information technologies.
Teaching Methods: Lectures and classroom discussions.
Assessment Methods: Two midterms and a term paper (% 50), a final exam (% 40)) and attendance (%10)
Language of Instruction: English
Course Contents: Introduces major information technologies and automation systems that are used in information centers. Emphasizes the managerial aspects (personnel management, training, security, auditing, maintenance, etc.) of use and management of information technologies. Students gain the basic knowledge of how to select and evaluate information technology hardware and software products and how to plan and implement information technology services in information centers.
Laudon, K. C. ve Laudon, J. P. (2004). Management information systems: Managing the digital firm (8. bs.). Upper Saddle River, NJ.: Prentice Hall.