كلية إدارة الأعمال

قسم نظم المعلومات الإدارية

قسم المعلوماتية الإدارية

التعريف بالتخصص

يتيح تخصص المعلوماتية الإدارية للدارسين فرصة الحصول على درجة البكالوريوس في التخصص. ويسعى هذا البرنامج لتخريج جيل مبدع في مجال المعلوماتية الإدارية والأقسام العاملة الأخرى في المجالات التجارية والدوائر الحكومية والمؤسسات العامة والخاصة. ويتضمن البرنامج معرفة أساسية شاملة في المهارات العملية وإدارة الأعمال والإتصال، بما يوفر للخريج مقومات النجاح في العالم المهني. ويركز البرنامج على تنمية المعرفة النظرية والفنية التي تزود الطالب بالثقة والقدرة على تحليل وتصميم النظم وتطويرها عبر استغلاله وسائل التطوير الحديثة. أما خلفية الطالب التجارية، فستزوده بالمعرفة الأساسية في مجال التجارة وإدارة الأعمال، حيث تمكنه من تفهم العمليات اليومية لمؤسسة تجارية ومن ثم تحديد احتياجاتها من نظم المعلومات. وتقوم مهارات الاتصال بتنمية قدرات الطالب في الإتصال الفعال والتفاهم مع المرافق التجارية المختلفة ومع المجتمع.


أهداف القسم

  1. تزويد الطالب بالمواد الأساسية في مجال نظم المعلومات عبر الدراسة الأكاديمية والتدريب العملي المستمر

  2. حتى يتمكن من الإدراك الفعلي لتقنية المعلومات وتطوير النظم.

  3. تنمية مهارات التعامل والاتصال للطالب.

  4. تنمية قدرات الطالب للعمل في جماعات أو على انفراد.

  5. اكتساب الطالب المهارات الأساسية المطلوبة لتصميم وتطوير وتكامل وإدارة نظم المعلومات.


الفرص الوظيفية

يمكن أن يعمل خريج نظم المعلومات الإدارية في أحدى المجالات التالية:
1. مبرمج لأعمال الشركات بأنواعها، والبنوك، الوحدات الصحية والتعليمية والخدمية والوحدات الحكومية.
2. محلل ومصمم نظم قواعد بيانات.
3. مهندس برمجيات.
4. مشرف تشغيل معامل حاسبات والمشاركة في التدريب

5. مطور تطبيقات وإداري شبكات.

6. أعطاء الطالب الخلفية الضرورية في المعلوماتية الإدارية ذات الصلة لتهيئتهم للدراسات العليا.

برنامج الدراسة

مدته ثلاث سنوات بدوام كامل في الحرم الجامعي ويقدم بأسلوب مرن ولا يحتاج لأي متطلبات مسبقة.

متطلبات الجامعة

Code

Course

Credit Hours (Cr.)

اسم المادة

الرقم

ARAB 101

Arabic Language I

3

اللغة العربیة 1

1

ISLM 101

Islamic Culture I

3

الثقافة الإسلامیة 1

2

ENGL 101

English I

3

اللغة الإنجلیزیة 1

3

ISLM 102

Islamic Culture II

3

الثفافة الإسلامیة 2

4

COMP 101

Computer Skills

3

مهارات الحاسوب

5

HIST 110

Lebanon and the Arab-Islamic Civilization

3

لبنان والحضارة العربیة الإسلامیة

6

Total

18

المجموع

متطلبات الكلیة

Code

Course

Credit Hours (Cr.)

اسم المادة

الرقم

ISLM 210

Islamic Banks

3

المصارف الإسلامیة

1

ISLM 310

Jurisprudence of Transactions

3

فقه المعاملات

2

ENGL 102

English II

3

اللغة الإنجلیزیة 2

3

ISLM 110

Islamic Economics

3

الاقتصاد الإسلامي

4

ISLM 220

General Finance in Islam

3

المالیة العامة في الإسلام

5

Total

15

المجموع

المتطلبات الاختيارية (9 ساعات معتمدة)

Code

Course

Credit Hours (Cr.)

اسم المادة

الرقم

ACCT 450

International Accounting

3

المحاسبة الدولية

1

ENGL 300

Business and Professional Speaking

3

لغة الأعمال التجارية والمهنية

2

MATH 250

Linear Algebra

3

الجبر الخطي

3

MIS 360

e-Business

3

الأعمال الإلكترونية

4

MKTG 245

Services Marketing

3

تسويق الخدمات

5

MGMT 250

Employee Development

3

تطوير الموظفين

6

MGMT 400

Special Topics

3

مواضيع خاصة

7

Total

9

المجموع

قسم نظم المعلومات الإدارية

No.

Course code

Course Name

Credit Hours (cr.)

1.

MIS 210

Web Based Programming and Applications

3

2.

MIS 230

Operating Systems and Concepts

3

3.

MIS 240

Systems Analysis and Design

3

4.

MIS 250

Database Systems

3

5.

MIS 270

Object-Oriented Design and Development

3

6.

MIS 280

Information System Interface Design

3

7.

MIS 375

Feasibility Studies and Project Evaluation

3

8.

MIS 380

Professional Programming Projects

3

9.

MIS 390

Training or MIS Research Project

3

10.

ACCT 101

Accounting I

4

11.

ACCT 102

Accounting II

4

12.

ACCT 210

Financial Accounting

3

13.

ECON 101

Microeconomics

3

14.

ECON 102

Macroeconomics

3

15.

MATH 210

Business Math

4

16.

MATH 250

Linear Algebra

3

17.

MGMT 101

Management

3

18.

MGMT 260

Business Statistics

3

19.

MGMT 270

Business Communication

3

20.

MGMT 300

Business Law

3

21.

MKTG 101

Marketing

3

Total Credits

66

توصيف المواد

MIS 210 Web Based Application and Programming (3 Cr.)

In this course, students will learn the basics of webpage design and how to publish web pages on the Internet. Students are introduced to Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), and learn how to design Webpages using an HTML editor program. Introduction to PHP, a server-side scripting language offering tools for dynamic website development, to create features like shopping carts, login authentication, and database lookups. Topics include HTML/PHP integration, the syntax of PHP, methods of structuring a dynamic website, and how to integrate databases. They will learn and use FrontPage 2003 to create a functional website and learn to upload content using a file transfer program.

MIS 230 Operating Systems and Concepts (3 Cr.)

In depth examination of basic computer concepts and a current microcomputer operating system' Includes discussion of operating system software, Networks, and discussion of operating system software, Networks, (LAN) and hardware. (Pr: MIS 210)

MIS 240 Systems Analysis and Design (3 Cr.)

practical methods for analyzing business problems and designing appropriate computer solutions. Concepts include system modeling techniques. Interview methods and computer assisted software engineering practice.

MIS 250 Data Base Systems (3 Cr.)

Design, implementation and use of data base management systems, comparison of available software packages, concepts of query languages and security considerations. Laboratory assignments utilize a relational data base system. Prerequisite: Object- oriented programming. (Pr: MIS 240.)

MIS 270 Object-Oriented Design and Developments (3 Cr.)

An examination of the principles, practices, and applications of programming in an object oriented environment. Assignments include programming projects in Java that implement techniques of object-oriented design. (Pr: MIS 240)

MIS 280 Information System Interface Design V.B (3 Cr.)

This course provides a visual development environment to develop object-oriented, event driven GUI business applications. Visual Basic is a graphical user interface RAD tool for development of WEB and widows applications. Students will complete an application project that requires the analysis of a problem, development of an appropriate program design, creation of a MSIL solution and a plan for implementation with appropriate documentation. (Pr: MIS 240, 250).

MIS 360 e- Business (3 Cr.)

A detailed review and investigation of establishing, developing, and managing Web strategy in the e-Commerce and e-Business arena. A study of the critical elements essential to successful Web site implementation and management. Will apply the systems approach to examine some of the radically new business models emerging from Web based businesses.

MIS 375 Professional Programming Projects (3 Cr.)

Students work together in team to complete a major software project. (Pr: MIS 380 senior level).

MIS 380 Feasibility Studies and Project Evaluation (3 Cr.)

Pr: 240, 250. (Senior level.)

MIS 390 Training or MIS Research Project (3 Cr.)

Student may choose between training at any known corporation or do a MIS project. This issue could be discussed with his / her academic advisor. (Senior level).

ACCT 101 Accounting I (3 Cr.)

Application of accounting procedures to a single proprietorship including organization of ledgers, accounts, journals, financial statements, management of cash and inventories. The development of the accounting cycle, current assets, property, plant, and equipment and current liabilities are studied in detail.

ACCT 102 Accounting II (3 Cr.)

Application of accounting principles and procedures of proprietorships, partnerships, and corporations, including plant assets, depreciation, current liabilities, stockholders equity, long term obligations and financial statement.(Pr: ACCT 101).

ACCT 210 Financial Accounting (3 Cr.)

Introduction to accounting as the language of business. Emphasis on reasoning and logic of external reporting model. May include computer-based applications. (Pr. ACCT102)

ACCT 450 International Accounting (3 Cr.)

Designed to expose students to the international aspects of accounting and financial management. Includes discussion of some of the different financial accounting practices across countries; financial statement analysis in a global context, international auditing practices and procedures, international tax implications and the implications of operating within the regulations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, the European Union, North American Free Trade Agreement and General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade.

MATH 210 Calculus and Applied Mathematics (3 Cr.)

Polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions, solution of systems of equations, trigonometric, circular and certain special functions.

MATH 250 Linear Algebra (3 Cr.)

An explanation of the basic concepts of linear algebra. Topics include vector spaces, applications to line and plane geometry, linear equations, and matrices, as well as linear transformations, changes of basis, diagonalization, similar matrices, Jordan canonical forms, Eigen values, determinants, and quadratic forms. (Pr: Math 210.)

MKGT 101 Marketing (3 Cr.)

Analytical survey of problems encountered in distributing goods and services from a marketing management approach with emphasis on the consumer and the social responsibility of the marketer.

MGMT 101 Management (3 Cr.)

An overview of management functions, fundamental principles of organization behavior, individual differences, motivation and leadership for beginning management majors.

MGMT 250 Employee Development (3 Cr.)

This is a senior level, seminar style course that is designed to expose students to employee training and development within an organization. Specially, it is designed to help students develop skills that will enable them to effectively design, implement, and evaluate training systems from an applied perspective. The course also sheds light on career planning and development as essential functions in maintaining competency.

MGMT 260 Business statistics (3 Cr.)

Statistical methods in business, including descriptive statistics, probability distributions, sampling, parameter estimation and hypothesis testing, correlation and simple linear regression, and chi square tests.

MGMT 270 Business Communication (3 Cr.)

Means of extending management capabilities through effective internal and external communications, including data organization and presentation. (Pr: ENGL 1 and 2.)

MGMT 300 Business Law (3 Cr.)

Business Law I is a study of the fundamental principles of law as they apply in the business world such as Contract Law. The course examines legal rights and remedies, business torts and crimes, contracts, agency, employment, and negotiable instruments. This course covers the origins of the Lebanese legal system and sources of law; the law of tort; contract law; law of agency; consumer law, incorporating the Trade Practices Act; bankruptcy and its implications; intellectual property; and ethical issues in business. (Pr: ENGL 1, 2.)

MGMT 400 Special Topic 3 (3 Cr.)

MKGT 245 Services Marketing (3 Cr.)

An overview of the process of marketing services. This course includes a study of the characteristics of services and their marketing implications, developing marketing strategies, creating value, pricing and promoting the service performance, and ensuring a positive customer experience.

ENGL 101 English I (3 Cr.)

Provides instruction that focuses on writing skills, evaluating and explaining ideas, conducting library and Internet research, developing a research paper, and documenting research. Placement is based on assessment.

ENGL 102 English II (3 Cr.)

Increases the writing and thinking skills developed in English 101; covers applying critical thinking and writing skills to a variety of academic assignments, including analyzing complex texts. (Pr. ENGL 101.)

ENGL 300 Business and Professional Speaking (3 Cr.)

Development of communication skills often used in business and professional settings, with an emphasis on various kinds of presentations. (Pr: ENGL 1,2.)

Computer Skills (3 Cr.)

Students will gain a general understanding of Windows, the most popular and widely used graphical user interface available today. Microsoft Windows allows you to easily communicate with and control your computer. In addition, Microsoft Windows makes it easy to learn the application software installed on your computer, transfer data between the applications, and manage the data created while using an application.