Topic outline

  • General description

    The content of Management Information Systems (NAM) is intended to provide students with knowledge of the solid relationship between management, information systems, and ICT. To achieve this goal, the core curriculum strives to answer the following questions: How did information systems evolve and what types? What are the decision support systems, their components, types and characteristics? How can we create a new information system or transform a paper information system into an electronic information system? How can we manage information resource systems, what administrative processes are required, and what quality standards should be applied? Finally, how do we ensure the security of information, and what are the foundations on which the information security system is based? The security of the information system is no longer a "Closet and lock on documents", but it has become a science and ISO standards should be applied!