Department of Management Information Systems

FIRST YEAR

Fall Semester

CODE COURSE NAME C ECTS
ENG101 English I 3 4
MAT171 Mathematics for Social Sciences I 3 6
CIS151 Computer Information Systems 3 6
MAN101 Intruduction to Business 3 6
ECON101 Principles of Microeconomics 3 6
ATA101 Atatürk İlkeleri I 0 2
TOTAL SEMESTER CREDITS/ECTS 15 30

Spring Semester

CODE COURSE NAME C ECTS
ENG102 English II 3 4
MAT172 Mathematics for Social Sciences II 3 6
CIS152 Computer Application 3 6
MAN102 Principles of Management 3 6
ECON102 Principles of Economics II 3 6
ATA 102 Atatürk İlkeleri II 0 2
TOTAL SEMESTER CREDITS/ECTS 15 30

SECOND YEAR

Fall Semester

CODE COURSE NAME C ECTS
ENG201 Communication Skils I 3 6
MAT281 Statistics I 3 6
ACC202 Financial Accounting I 3 6
MAN206 Business Law I 3 6
ECON201 Microeconomics 3 6
TOTAL SEMESTER CREDITS/ECTS 15 30

Spring Semester

CODE COURSE NAME C ECTS
ENG202 Communication Skils II 3 6
MAT282 Statistics II 3 6
ACC203 Financial Accounting II 3 6
MAN207 Business Law II 3 6
ECON202 Macroeconomics 3 6
TOTAL SEMESTER CREDITS/ECTS 15 30

THIRD YEAR

Fall Semester

CODE COURSE NAME C ECTS
MARK303 Principles of Marketing 3 6
MIS 301 Information Systems Management 3 6
FIN301 Financial Management I 3 6
MAN310 Organizational Behavior 3 6
ECON306 Money & Banking 3 6
TOTAL SEMESTER CREDITS/ECTS 15 30

Spring Semester

CODE COURSE NAME C ECTS
MIS302 Quantitative Analysis for Decision Making 3 6
MAN308 Operations Mgmt. & Research 3 6
FIN302 Financial Management II 3 6
MIS303 Information System Project Management 3 6
MAN307 Research Methods in Social  Sciences 3 6
TOTAL SEMESTER CREDITS/ECTS 15 30

FOURTH YEAR

Fall Semester

CODE COURSE NAME C ECTS
MIS401 E-Business Management 3 6
MIS421 Systems Analysis and Design 3 6
MIS4XX Elective Courses 3 6
MIS4XX Elective Courses 3 6
MIS4XX Elective Courses 3 6
TOTAL SEMESTER CREDITS/ECTS 15 30

Spring Semester

CODE COURSE NAME C ECTS
MIS 422 Entrepreneurship in Information Technology 3 6
MIS400 Final Project 3 6
MIS4XX Elective Courses 3 6
MIS4XX Elective Courses 3 6
MIS4XX Elective Courses 3 6
TOTAL SEMESTER CREDITS/ECTS 15 30

Courses Discription

• ENG 101 English I (3-0-3)
Focusing on grammar and developing of all language skills. This course aims at enabling students to understand their lessons and to express themselves in English.
MAT 171 Maths. For Bus. & Economics I (3-0-3)
This course is aimed at providing a comprehensive treatment of selected topics in both finite mathematics and calculus. It will make students as comfortable as possible in an environment of quantitative analysis of computers.
• CIS 151 Introduction to Computers (2-2-3)
Introduction to the World of the Computer, Defining the Computer, The History of Computer, Computer Generations, Elements of Computer Systems, Hardware of Computer, Classification of Computers, Principle of Computer Working, Using the Computer and MS-Dos Operating System, Dos Editor.
• MAN 101 Introduction to Business (4-0-3)
Broad integrative course covering all functional areas of business; finance, human resources, management sciences and information systems and marketing. Relationships among business, government and society considered.
• ECON 101 Principles of Economics I (4-0-3)
Basic concepts of economics and mainly elementary microeconomics. Topics covered are: The economic problem, Supply and Demand, Elasticity, Marginal analysis of consumers and firms behaviour, The theory of profit maximization, Analysis of markets, Pricing in competitive and non-competitive markets.
• ATA 101 Principles of Atatürk I (2-0-0)
The Principles of Atatürk will be discussed analytically and historically in both semesters.
• ENG 102 English II (3-0-3)
This course aims to take students to advanced level of English.
• MAT 172 Maths. For Bus. & Economics II (3-0-3)
Limits and Continuity. Average Rate of Change and Slope. Derivatives, Instantaneous Rate of Change, Higher Order Derivatives. Optimization, Concavity of Inflection Points. Maxima and Minima. Revenue, Cost and Profit Applications, Anti Derivatives, Rules of Integration, Differential Equations, Mathematics of Finance, Simple and Compound Interest, Present Value, Effective Interest, Future Value, Annuities.
• CIS 152 Computer Applications (2-2-3)
Introduction to Windows, Windows Commands, How the windows commands work, Introduction to Microsoft Office, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Power Point, Project of Microsoft Power point.
• MAN 102 Principles of Management (4-0-3)
Principles of Management. The Basis of Management, Theory and Practice, The Nature of Planning. Decision-Making. The Nature and Purpose of Organising, Basic Departmentalization, Line / Staff Authority and Decentralisation, Human Resource Management and Selection, Motivation, Leadership, and the System and Process of Controlling.
• ECON 102 Principles of Economics II (4-0-3)
Elementary Macroeconomics. Determination of National Income, The Role of Government, The Banking System. Problems of Inflation, Unemployment and Growth.
• ATA 102 Principles of Atatürk II (2-0-0)
The Principles of Atatürk will be discussed analytically and historically in both semesters.
• ENG 201 Business Communication (3-0-3)
This course aims to improve the student’s ability to understand and use English Grammar and vocabulary in business context.
• MAT 281 Statistics I (3-0-3)
Frequency distributions and Graphing Frequency Distributions, Measures of Central Tendency, Measures of Dispersion and Skewness, Basic Concepts and Rules of Probability, Probability Distributions: Binomial, Poisson, Normal, and Chir-Square Distributions, Sampling Concepts, Sampling Distributions.
• ACC 202 Financial Accounting I (4-0-3)
Financial Accounting the basis for business decision. Recording changes in financial position. Measuring business income. Completion of the accounting cycle. Accounting for merchandising activities. The control of cash transactions. Accounts receivable, and notes receivable. Inventories and cost of good sold.
• MAN 206 Introduction to Law (4-0-3)
A basic introduction to the study of law namely the Nature of Law, Legal Systems, The Development of Law, The Structure and Work of the Courts, The Concepts of Legal Personality and Capacity and an Outline of the European Union, its Laws and Institutions, Company Law and Tort.
• ECON 201 Microeconomics (4-0-3)
The main objective of this course is to familiarise the students with the topics of microeconomics. The main topics covered in this course consist of the Firm and Industry, Perfect competition, Monopoly, Oligopoly, Analysis of Factors of Production, Human Capital, Trade Unions, Game Theory, etc.
• ENG 202 Oral Communication (3-0-3)
This course presents a business story within the context and structure of two typical business communication situation. The target language items are described in terms of the functions they perform within the communicative structure of the meeting or negotiation.
• ACC 203 Financial Accounting II (4-0-3)
Plant and Equipment, Depreciation and intangible assets. Liabilities common to most business organisations. Partnership. Accounting Concepts, Professional Judgement and Ethical conduct. Special Types of Liabilities (Bonds payable). Corporations, Investment in Corporate Securities. Measuring cash flows. Analysis and interpretation of financial statements.
• ECON 202 Macroeconomics (4-0-3)
The main objective of this course is to familiarise the students with the topics of macro economics. The main topics covered in this course consist of: Component of Aggregate Demand and Planned Spending, Monetary and Fiscal Polices, the IS-LM Model, Demand Management, The Adjustment Process, Unemployment, Inflation.
• MAT 282 Statistics II (3-0-3)
Summary of Discrete Distributions, Summary of Continuous Distributions, Descriptive Statistics, Point Estimation, Interval Estimation and the Control Limit Theory, Inferences in the Mean and Variance of a Distribution, Inferences on Proportions, Comparing two Means and two variances, Simple Linear Regression.
• MAN 207 Business Law (4-0-3)
A basic introduction to the law relating to business transactions namely an Introduction to the Law of contract and various kinds of Business Contracts. This is followed by an examination of Employment Law, including some provision requirements, European Union Law and an outline of Insurance Law and some aspects of Banking Law.
• MARK 303 Principles of Marketing (4-0-3)
To provide fundamental concepts and to introduce related business activities within a systems perspective supported with managerial and functional approaches for planning, pricing, promoting and distributing, satisfying products to target markets in order to achieve organisational objectives.
• MIS301 Information Systems Management (4-0-3)
Overview of management functions in three distinct areas; hardware, software, personnel. The management issues and problems of planning. developing, installing, operating, and maintaining information systems in organization. Legal and ethical issues in computing. Special focus on the connection of managerial and technical resources in organization. Attention given to political, economic, physical and organizational factors.
• ECON 306 Money and Banking (4-0-3)
Course is devoted to the study of financial intermediation, interest rates, money market instruments and banking, focuses on modern financial markets and the role of monetary policy in influencing asset prices and the economy. Topics covered include financial institutions and markets, interest rate determination, portfolio theory, capital markets, the regulation of financial institutions, the money supply process, money demand and monetary policy. Causes and consequences of inflation. Applications to such problems as exchange rate determination and dynamics, international monetary regimes.
• MAN 310 Organizational Behaviour (4-0-3)
The theoretical and research contribution of the behavioral sciences to management and administration are examined and applied to selected organizational situations. Areas to be considered from the standpoint of both individual and organizational performance are communication, motivation, conflict, decision-making, goal setting, leadership, organizational design, climate, development and control. Utilizing a systems perspective, the course attempts to develop in each student an ability to analyze and solve organizational problems.
• FIN 301 Principles of Finance (4-0-3)
This is an introductory course in the principles of corporate finance. The primary objectives are to familiarize students with the major financial decisions made by firms, the process for making those decisions, and to provide a conceptual framework for understanding and analyzing those decisions. Major topics include financial statement analysis, the time value of money, bond and stock valuation and investment techniques.
• MIS 302 Quantitative Analysis for Decision Making (4-0-3)
Selected mathematical tools and techniques for analysis of business and economic problems as an aid to decision-making in management. Models and applications related to decision theory, linear programming, queuing, network analysis, planning and scheduling, simulation and other standard concepts. Usage of computer packages related to the discussed topics.
• MAN 308 Operations Research & Management (4-0-3)
The fundamentals of operations research and modeling. The development, application and compatation of the basic operations research techniques. The topics convered are: Application of Scientific Methodology to Business Problems and Mathematical Modelin, Linear Programming, Scientific Approach to Decision Making.
• FIN 302 Financial Management (4-0-3)
This course is the continuation of FIN 301. The principal methods of instruction will consist of interactive lecturing and problem-solving. The objective of this course is to give the students detailed information about capital budgeting, risk and return, cost of capıtal and long-term financial policy and short-term financial planning.
• MAN 307 Research Methods in Social Sciences (4-0-3)
This course is designed to teach professional communication skills. Emphasis is placed on research, listening, critical reading and thinking, analysis, interpretation, and design used in oral and written presentations. Upon completion, students should be able to work individually and collaboratively to produce well- designed business and professional written and oral presentations.
• MIS 303 Information System Project Management (3-0-3)
Principles and techniques of project management with emphasis on development of information systems, project planning, system selection, project team design, project estimation, project reporting, identifying and controlling project risks, budget, and quality assurance.
• MIS401 E-Business Management
Basic concepts of the e-business domain and its differences from the traditional business context. Strategic management of businesses in the electronic environment; developing and implementing e-business strategies. Identifying and analyzing e-business models. Understanding major business functions and processes such as electronic marketing and electronic Customer Relationship Management in an e-business environment.
• MIS 421 Systems Analysis and Design (4-0-3)
Systems development life cycle. Systems analysis; identifying problems. determining and analyzing information requirements. Systems design; output, input, file, database, user interface, data-entry procedures and software design. Systems development; project management, costs, programming, testing and documentation. Systems implementation and evaluation.
• MIS 422 Entrepreneurship in Information Technology (4-0-3)
Overview of the startup process with an emphasis on the “opportunity analysis” aspect (identification and analyses of potential markets for entry as an entrepreneur) of this experience. This opportunity analysis will cover concepts and trends; target markets; competition; and success factors (i.e., people, money and technology and/or processes).
• MIS 400 Final Project (4-0-3)
A software development project to be completed by students in one semester.
• MIS 311 Systems Analysis and Design (4-0-3)
This course Topics include: information systems concepts; the structure, design, and development of the data base; and techniques and procedures used in the analysis and design of systems projects.
• MIS 312 Management Support Systems (4-0-3)
Understanding of how Decision Support Systems (DSS) and Expert Systems (ES) support decision making in organizations. Includes architecture of a DSS/ES and how these systems are developed. Hands-on experience with DSS tools.
• MIS 313 Database Systems and Physical Design (4-0-3)
Trains students on managerial activities performed by a database administrator and on efficient performance of a database. Topics include: physical design, database server architecture, capacity planning, and storage structure.
• MIS 314 Business Intelligence and Reporting (4-0-3)
A broad overview of managerial, strategic and technical issues associated with BI and reporting techniques. Gather, analyze, understand information processed from business data.
• MIS 315 Web Application Development (4-0-3)
Designed to mesh current thinking relative to the development and effective use of web sites in organizations. Topics include the understanding or major web related hardware and software available, and how to manage and use them in organizations. During the course, students will create a commercial web site for a desired known corporation.
• MIS 410 Managing the IS Function and Technology Innovation (4-0-3)
An in-depth, case-oriented, study of the problems encountered in the management of systems projects. Analyst-user conflicts, communication problems within the systems department, computer evaluation and selection techniques, computer negotiations and contracts, and project management are covered in detail. Where appropriate, field study investigating a topical area will be carried out by each student.
• MIS 411 Project Management (4-0-3)
Methods and cases to measure, evaluate, plan and improve productivity in business and service organizations; also methods on how to manage projects.