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Cerro Coso Community College

Business and Information Technology Department Courses

Please note that college course and program curriculum is a process of continual change. Every effort is made to ensure the completeness and accuracy of the information below, but students should consult a counselor or the faculty chair for the most current details regarding course descriptions, course applicability to programs, and patterns of course offerings at each Cerro Coso Community College campus location. That a course does not showing a pattern of offerings does not mean it is not offered, only that it may be offered irregularly. Consult counseling or the faculty chair for more information.

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Advisory: ENGL C101

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

54 hours lecture. This is a survey course in business providing a multidisciplinary examination of how culture, society, economic systems, legal, international, political, financial institutions, and human behavior interact to affect a business organization’s policy and practices within the U.S. and a global society. Topics include the impact of these influences on the primary areas of business including the following: organizational structure and design, leadership, human resource management, organized labor practices, marketing, organizational communication, technology, entrepreneurship, legal, accounting, financial practices, the stock and securities market.

Advisory: BSOT C070, BSOT C072

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

72 hours lecture. This is the study of accounting as an information system, examining why it is important and how it is used by investors, creditors, and others to make decisions. The course covers the accounting information system, including recording and reporting of business transactions with a focus on the accounting cycle, the application of generally accepted accounting principles, the financial statements, and statement analysis. It includes issues relating to asset, liability, and equity valuation, revenue and expense recognition, cash flow, internal controls, and ethics.

Prerequisite: BSAD C101. Advisory: BSOT C070

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

72 hours lecture. This is the study of how managers use accounting information in decision-making, planning, directing operations and controlling. It focuses on cost terms and concepts, cost behavior, cost structure and cost-volume-profit analysis. It includes issues relating to cost systems, cost control, profit planning, and performance analysis in manufacturing and service environments.

Advisory: ENGL C101, MATH C055

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

54 hours lecture. This course introduces students to the principles of personal financial management. Topics include budgeting, career decisions, tax structure, consumer credit, insurance, retirement, purchasing decisions, savings, and investment.

Advisory: ENGL C101

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

54 hours lecture. This course covers the fundamental legal principles pertaining to business transactions and is an introduction to the legal process. Topics include sources of law and ethics, contracts, torts, agency, criminal law, business organizations, and judicial and administrative processes.

Advisory: BSOT C121, ENGL C101

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

54 hours lecture. This course presents the principles and techniques of effective written and oral business communication. Students discuss, critique, and practice business-writing strategies to produce messages, letters, reports, and presentations, while developing critical thinking skills. Students are evaluated on their knowledge of grammar, writing skills, punctuation, and sentence structure.

Advisory: ENGL C101

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

54 hours lecture. This course is a survey of the processes involved in creating a workplace environment which is free of bias related to cultural background, gender, lifestyle or other legally relevant classification. Topics include identifying a personal comfort level, skill building in dealing with diversity issues, and the role of diversity in organizational culture. It also examines specific groups and categories such as Blacks/African Americans, Latinos/Hispanics, Asians, Whites/Caucasians, Native Americans, and Multi-Racial groups. Case studies, exercises for developing competency, and projects are used to assist the students in understanding the material and in developing managerial skills. Approved for Local GE Area 6.

Advisory: BSAD C100, ENGL C101

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

54 hours lecture. This course introduces the principles and methods of the effective use of human resources in organizations. Students gain an understanding of human resources involved in recruitment, selection, and placement of employees based on training, experience, and abilities. Topics of total compensation, employee-management relations, and global human resources management are also covered.

Advisory: BSAD C145, ENGL C101

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

54 hours lecture. This course introduces the nature and scope of the marketing activity as demonstrated by an integrated, analytic, and practical study of marketing concepts. Topics include Distribution and sales of products and ideas; analysis of consumer behavioral patterns; and development of strategies, plans, forecasts, and evaluations of the marketing process. This course provides the foundation needed to understand how marketing concepts and procedures work in the marketplace.

Advisory: BSAD C100, ENGL C101, IT C101

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

54 hours lecture. This course introduces students to the principles of project management. Topics include project management theory, project initiation, planning, and implementation. Additionally, techniques for selecting, monitoring, and controlling are introduced. Students make extensive use of project management software to track resources, tasks, and milestones.

Advisory: BSAD C100, ENGL C101, IT C101, MATH C055

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

54 hours lecture. This course teaches students how to use computer applications and critical thinking skills to analyze and solve real-world business problems with analytics. Students integrate the use of word processing, spreadsheet, database management, and other software tools to manage and analyze data in order to solve problems. Emphasis is placed on the use of software tools, analysis, and modeling techniques to manage and manipulate data sources for business decision-making.

Advisory: ENGL C101

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

54 hours lecture. This course covers the formal organization, its environment and structure. Elements of planning, decision making, organizing, staffing, leading, controlling, and evaluating are covered. Case studies, competency (experiential) exercises, and projects are used to develop managerial skills. This course is a “capstone” for business career students.

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

54 hours lecture. This course introduces practical mathematical applications for business information students. Topics include solving business problems using an electronic calculator, banking, payroll, invoicing, markups/markdowns, interest, present and future value, credit cards, student loans, types of insurance, installment buying, and mortgages. Learners are required to access a printing calculator with features including round off/up key, decimal selector for 0 through 6 plus float memory keys and 10-12 digit keyboard.

Advisory: BSOT C070

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

36 hours lecture/54 hours laboratory. This course covers basic accounting concepts and procedures that are required to complete the accounting cycle. Account types (assets, liabilities, equity, revenue, expenses) as well as procedures for bank reconciliations, petty cash, and payroll are introduced. Learners complete business transactions from day-to-day economic activities to closing entries, and prepare year end documents such as a balance sheet, income statement, and statement of owner’s equity. Students must complete and prepare lab assignments which will reinforce the concepts of the course. An introduction to Quickbooks is also incorporated in this course as an automated software option.

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

9 hours lecture/27 hours laboratory. This course is designed for those with little or no computer experience. Learners practice file management, email, instant messaging, and Internet browsing and searching. This course includes a brief introduction to industry standard word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation application programs. Computer terminology and identification of fundamental hardware and software applications are also introduced. (Formerly CSCI C070.)

Advisory: BSOT C075, ENGL C101

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

54 hours lecture. This course provides the learner with a survey of skills and topics covered in the Business Information Worker certificates and degree program. Business English, entry level office procedures, the role of a business information professional, the workplace environment, workplace communication, ethics, customer focus, and teamwork are covered. The focus is an introduction to skills that are relevant to success as an office clerk, administrative assistant, office manager, or other business information worker roles.

Advisory: ENGL C101

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

9 hours lecture/27 hours laboratory. This course provides the learner with a basic understanding of word processing with Microsoft Word, including document creation, formatting, and editing. Learners create, edit, and format business letters, multiple-page reports, newsletters, and cover letters. This course begins preparation for the Microsoft Office User certification exam for Word.

Advisory: BSOT C075, ENGL C101

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

9 hours lecture/27 hours laboratory. This course provides a basic understanding of Microsoft Excel beginning with spreadsheet design, creation, revision, formatting, and printing a workbook. Basic formulas, functions, and syntax are introduced along with an introduction to using charts and graphs. Problem solving for Excel solutions is also emphasized. This course begins preparation for the Microsoft Office User Certification exam for Excel.

Advisory: BSOT C075, ENGL C101

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

9 hours lecture/27 hours laboratory. This hands-on computer course provides a beginning understanding of the Microsoft Access database management program. Topics include fundamental relational database design and management as well as building and editing basic tables, forms, queries, and reports. This course begins preparation for the core level Microsoft Access Office Specialist certification exam.

Advisory: BSOT C075, ENGL C101.

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

9 hours lecture/27 hours laboratory. This course provides the learner with experience in planning, creating, editing, viewing, and printing PowerPoint presentations. Included is the opportunity to add and modify both text and graphics; insert and modify information graphics and multimedia; apply, modify, and create master pages; and apply, modify, and create templates. Integration with other Microsoft programs is included. It is designed for all individuals including professionals acquiring or updating basic skills in creating and editing professional presentations. This course prepares for the Microsoft Office User Certification in MS PowerPoint.

Advisory: BSOT C075, ENGL C101.

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

9 hours lecture/27 hours laboratory. This course introduces personal management software and use of Microsoft Outlook functions. Topics include management of e-mail, organization of contacts, creation and scheduling of events using the calendar, and creation and management of tasks for personal and business use. Customization of Outlook features is also covered.

Advisory: BSOT C075, ENGL C101

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

9 hours lecture/27 hours laboratory. This is a beginning-level keyboarding course designed to develop effective keyboarding skills with an emphasis on building correct touch-typing techniques for alphanumeric, symbol, and punctuation keys. A foundation in keyboarding speed and accuracy is developed and proofreader’s marks are introduced. Successful completion of this class results in a minimum keyboarding speed of 15 net words per minute on a two-minute timed writing.

Advisory: BSOT C131, ENGL C101

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

9 hours lecture/27 hours laboratory. This is an intermediate-level course that builds on a basic keyboarding foundation with correct touch-typing techniques, including alphabetic, numeric, and symbol keyboarding as well as 10-key numeric keypad. Skill-building includes introductory formatting of documents using Microsoft Word. Successful completion of this class results in minimum keyboarding speed of 30 net words per minute on a three-minute timed writing.

Prerequisite: BSOT C132

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

9 hours lecture/27 hours laboratory. This is an advanced-level keyboarding course that builds on an intermediate keyboarding foundation with correct touch-typing techniques, including alphabetic, numeric, and symbol keyboarding as well as 10-key numeric keypad. Skill-building includes document production with advanced formatting using MS Word and individualized remedial drills. Successful completion of this class results in minimum keyboarding speed of 45 net words per minute (wpm) or better on a five-minute timed writing.

Advisory: BSOT C075, BSOT C131

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

9 hours lecture/27 hours laboratory. This course provides a basic understanding of Adobe Acrobat. Topics include creating portable document files (PDF), working with PDF files, annotating and editing files, plus interactive forms and problem solving. Management of PDFs is also covered.

Prerequisite: BSOT C121

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

9 hours lecture/27 hours laboratory. This course provides an intermediate understanding of word processing concepts. Learners create, edit, and format documents including business plans, form letters, and mailing labels, and learn how to collaborate with others on the creation of complex documents. Features of templates, outlines, mail merge, and online distribution of web-based documents are also included. This course continues preparation for the Microsoft Office Application Specialist certification exam for Microsoft Word.

Prerequisite: BSOT C123

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

9 hours lecture/27 hours laboratory. This course provides an intermediate understanding of Microsoft Excel, covering data analysis, multiple worksheets and functions, pivot tables, conflict resolution, change-tracking, data validation, chart formatting, template usage, and macro operation. Problem solving for Excel solutions is also emphasized. This course continues preparation for the Microsoft Office User Certification exam for Excel.

Prerequisite: BSOT C125

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

9 hours lecture/27 hours laboratory. This course provides an intermediate understanding of database design and management. Advanced queries, table design, custom forms, and reports as well as integration of Access with the Web and other programs is covered. This course continues preparation for the Microsoft Office User Specialist exam for MS Access.

Prerequisite: BSOT C151

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

9 hours lecture/27 hours laboratory. This course provides an advanced understanding of word processing with Microsoft Word, including creation of templates, macros, advanced table formatting, and use of long documents and subdocuments. Customizing and automating work and online forms are also covered. This course completes preparation for the Microsoft Office User exam for Word.

Prerequisite: BSOT C153

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

9 hours lecture/27 hours laboratory. This course provides an advanced understanding of Microsoft Excel. Financial and what-if analysis, data tables, scenario management, importing and exporting data, enhancing with Visual Basic, sub-routines, modifying default settings, collaborating on shared workbooks, and problem-solving tools are covered. This course completes preparation for the Microsoft Office User Certification exam for Excel.

Prerequisite: BSOT C155

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

9 hours lecture/27 hours laboratory. This hands-on computer course provides an advanced understanding of Microsoft Access. Action queries, table relationship properties, and automating tasks with macros are covered. Visual Basic for Applications is introduced to enhance database construction and functionality. Managing with replication and synchronization, as well securing with the user level Security Wizard, is included. This course completes the study of skills required to prepare for the Microsoft Application Specialist exam for Access.

Prerequisite: BSOT C100, BSOT C132. Advisory: BSAD C145, BSOT C127, BSOT C153, BSOT C161

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

54 hours lecture. Designed for the last semester of study in the Business Office Technology/ Business Information Professional major, this course integrates and refines business information skills presented throughout the program in advanced preparation for the administrative professional occupation. Procedures such as travel arrangements, organizing meetings or conferences, and electronic records management are introduced. Emphasis is placed on time management, customer service, human relations, workplace ethics, and effective communication. A final focus on job applications, interviewing, and employment documents is included. (Formerly BSOT C154 Office Personnel Seminar.)

Prerequisite: MATH C055. Advisory: IT C101

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

36 hours lecture/54 hours laboratory. This course explores topics that provide students with a foundation in computer science. This course covers the fundamental issues of algorithms, computer organization, software, computational theory, fundamental object oriented programming and social and ethical issues of computing.

Prerequisite: CSCI C252. Advisory: MATH C151

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

54 hours lecture. This course follows the Introduction to Computer Science course with a focus on object oriented programming and design. A greater emphasis is placed on abstraction and using programming to solve a wide range of problems. Intermediate data structures are also addressed including trees, graphs, stacks, queues and linked lists. Students learn how to use the program development life cycle to design, code, and test programs.

Prerequisite: CSCI C252

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

54 hours lecture. This course covers mathematical topics essential for work in computer science, including number bases, mathematical induction, sets, functions, recursion, probability, graphs, trees, logic, Boolean algebra, and proof techniques.

Advisory: CSCI C252

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

54 hours lecture. This course covers basic hardware and software structure; I/O and main memory organization, internal representation of data, addressing methods, program control, microprocessors and multiprocessors, and RISC architectures. There is some assembly language programming.

Prerequisite: CSCI C252 or IT C251

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

36 hours lecture/54 hours laboratory. This course is an introduction to C++ object-oriented programming, including fundamentals, logic, algorithm development, classes, functions and inheritance.

Prerequisite: IT C101, MATH C055

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

36 hours lecture/54 hours laboratory. This course is designed to introduce techniques and principles of problem solving using computer systems with the Java computer programming language. The development of applications and applets with Java is covered using object-oriented programming techniques.

Advisory: BSOT C075, ENGL C101

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

36 hours lecture/54 hours laboratory. This course covers beginning through intermediate concepts in digital image capture and creation. Topics covered include photograph retouching and enhancing, original creation of composite images from photographs and artwork, drawing and painting original digital artwork, and the creation of web graphics. Students learn techniques for high quality image acquisition and how to evaluate the application of copyright law in specific scenarios.

Advisory: BSOT C075, ENGL C101

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

36 hours lecture/54 hours laboratory. This course enables students to develop computer illustration and graphic design skills through visual design exercises and projects, including logos, technical and creative illustrations, package designs, and brochures. Students learn principles of page layout and typography. Students also develop proficiency through the intermediate levels in the use Adobe Illustrator and Adobe InDesign. No prior knowledge of the software is required.

Advisory: BSOT C075, ENGL C101

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

36 hours lecture/54 hours laboratory. This entry-level course provides students with the skills to create web pages in Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) using a text editor. This course emphasizes current web standards which include code validation, semantics, and separating content from style. Students also learn how to select a web hosting provider, purchase a domain name, and construct a web site with WordPress.

Advisory: DMA C111

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

54 hours lecture/54 hours laboratory. This course introduces students to user-centered design. Topics include web content accessibility, usability, and interaction design. Analysis of intended audience is carefully considered. Students also use several software tools from the Adobe Creative Cloud for rapid prototyping. Students should be proficient in Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) upon enrolling in this course. Approved for Local GE Area 6.

Advisory: DMA C102, DMA C111

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

36 hours lecture/54 hours laboratory. In this course, students develop an understanding of graphic design periods and styles, and they apply principles of design, color theory, and typography to web page designs. Students develop intermediate proficiency in Adobe Dreamweaver. Students also acquire skills in customizing WordPress themes. Students should be proficient in Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), and digital imaging in order to be successful in this class.

Advisory: DMA C111, DMA C211

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

36 hours lecture/54 hours laboratory. This course provides students with the skills to develop content for mobile devices using Hypertext Markup Language 5 (HTML5). Particular emphasis is given to designing for small screens, including interface design, usability, and aesthetic style.

Advisory: DMA C102, ENGL C101

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

36 hours lecture/54 hours laboratory. This course introduces digital video production techniques that are well-suited for web and social media publishing. Course topics include planning and scriptwriting, camera operation, sound recording, lighting, camera direction, non-linear editing of clips, titling, transitions, effects, compositing, and output. Students also learn techniques for producing professional-quality podcasts and screencasts, as well as how to utilize video and audio publishing platforms.

Advisory: ENGL C070

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

36 hours lecture/54 hours laboratory. This course provides students with a foundation in electronic commerce and social media marketing. Topics include e-commerce web site hosting, revenue models, payment systems, web site accessibility, search engine optimization, digital advertisements, social media platforms, email marketing, and security and privacy. Students also develop a business plan and a social media marketing plan, and they create a functioning e-commerce website.

Advisory: DMA C111, MATH C050

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

36 hours lecture/54 hours laboratory. This course provides students with the skills to create interactive web pages with JavaScript. Students learn principles of the JavaScript language. Practical application of JavaScript includes navigation rollover effects, manipulating windows, manipulating form data, validating forms, and creating drop down menus. Students must be proficient in Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to be successful in this class.

Advisory: DMA C211

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

36 hours lecture/54 hours laboratory. This course provides students with the skills to create dynamic web pages with PHP Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP) and Structured Query Language (MySQL). Practical applications of PHP include web form data processing and work with MySQL databases using sessions. Students must have existing proficiency in Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and have an understanding of basic programming concepts to be successful in this class.

Advisory: DMA C211

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

36 hours lecture/54 hours laboratory. This course introduces students to the fundamentals of web site and web application development using Python. Students learn basic programming concepts such as variables, objects, conditionals, data types, iteration, functions, containers, expressions, and string methods in a desktop environment. Students then apply that knowledge to gain experience using web services and creating a web page with Python. Students must have existing proficiency in Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and have an understanding of basic programming concepts to be successful in this class.

Prerequisite: DMA C111

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

36 hours lecture/54 hours laboratory. This is a course in web site or application project planning and production. Students work in teams to design and complete a commercial project. Students develop an understanding of team roles, workflow, budgeting, and legal and technical considerations for completing a project. This is the capstone course and should be taken in the last semester of the program. Ideally, all courses in the Web Design or Web Development option should be previously completed or taken concurrently with this course.

Advisory: ENGL C070

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

36 hours lecture/54 hours laboratory. This course is an examination of information systems and their role in business. Focus is on information systems, database management systems, networking, e-commerce, ethics and security, computer systems hardware and software components. Students develop computer-based solutions to business problems.

Advisory: IT C101

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

54 hours lecture/54 hours laboratory. This course provides an introduction to the computer hardware and software skills needed to help meet the growing demand for entry-level Information and Communications Technology (ICT) professionals. The fundamentals of computer hardware and software as well as advanced concepts such as security, networking, and the responsibilities of an ICT professional are introduced. This course prepares students for the CompTIA’s A+ certification exam.

Advisory: IT C142 or 1 year equivalent building and/or maintaining computer systems which includes setting up equipment, installing software and repairing. Additional experience in setting up computers on a network is needed.

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

36 hours lecture/54 hours laboratory. This course introduces the architecture, structure, functions, components, and models of the Internet and other computer networks. The principles and structure of IP (Internet Protocol) addressing and the fundamentals of Ethernet concepts, media, and operations are introduced to provide a foundation for further study of computer networks. It uses the OSI (Open Systems Interconnection) and TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) layered models to examine the nature and roles of protocols and services at the application, network, data link, and physical layers. This course prepares students for the current version of CompTIA’s Network+ certification exam.

Advisory: IT C101 and IT C142, or 2 years equivalent experience in the Information Technology field

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

36 hours lecture/54 hours laboratory. This course provides an introduction to the fundamental principles and topics of Information Technology Security and Risk Management at the organizational level. It addresses hardware, software, processes, communications, applications, and policies and procedures with respect to organizational Cybersecurity and Risk Management.

Prerequisite: IT C101. Advisory: IT C143

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

45 hours lecture/27 hours laboratory. This course provides students with the knowledge and skills required to build, maintain, troubleshoot and support server hardware and software technologies. Topics include environmental issues, disaster recovery and physical / software security procedures, industry terminology and concepts, server roles / specializations, and interaction within the overall computing environment. This course prepares students for the current version of CompTIA’s Server+ certification exam.

Prerequisite: IT C101

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

36 hours lecture/54 hours laboratory. This course is an introduction to the fundamental concepts and models of application development including the basic concepts of program design, data structures, programming, problem solving, programming logic, and fundamental design techniques for event-driven programs. Students receive hands-on experience with a modern application programming language and development platform.

Prerequisite: IT C101. Advisory: IT C142, IT C143, IT C146

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

45 hours lecture/27 hours laboratory. This course introduces the network security specialist to the various methodologies for attacking a network. Students are introduced to the concepts, principles, and techniques, supplemented by hands-on exercises, for attacking and disabling a network within the context of properly securing a network. The course emphasizes network attack methodologies with the emphasis on student use of network attack techniques and tools and appropriate defenses and countermeasures. Students receive course content information through a variety of methods: lecture and demonstration of hacking tools are used in addition to a virtual environment. Students experience a hands-on practical approach to penetration testing measures and ethical hacking.

Prerequisite: IT C101. Advisory IT C143, IT C146

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

45 hours lecture/27 hours laboratory. The course presents a systematic methodology for analyzing a business problem or opportunity, determining what role, if any, computer-based technologies can play in addressing the business need, articulating business requirements for the technology solution, specifying alternative approaches to acquiring the technology capabilities needed to address the business requirements, and specifying the requirements for the information systems solution in particular, in-house development, development from third-party providers, or purchased commercial-off-the-shelf packages.

Prerequisite: IT C101. Advisory ENGL C070

Repeat Status: Not repeatable

36 hours lecture/54 hours laboratory. This course provides the students with an introduction to the core concepts in data and information management. It is centered around the core skills of identifying organizational information requirements, modeling them using conceptual data modeling techniques, converting the conceptual data models into relational data models and verifying their structural characteristics with normalization techniques, and implementing and utilizing a relational database using an industrial-strength database management system. The course also covers basic database administration tasks and key concepts of data quality and data security. In addition to developing database applications, the course helps the students understand how large-scale packaged systems are highly dependent on the use of Database Management Systems (DBMSs). Building on the transactional database understanding, the course provides an introduction to data and information management technologies that provide decision support capabilities under the broad business intelligence umbrella.

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