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• Information technology service
يهدف هذا المساق الى تعريف الطالب بأهم خدمات أنظمة المعلومات الالكترونية التي تقوم عليها لمجتمعات الحديثة. يتناول هذا المساق مفاهيم أساسية في تكنولوجيا المعلومات، دور وخدمات تكنولوجيا المعلومات في مجالات التعلّم الالكتروني، والحكومة الالكترونية، والتجارة الالكترونية، كما يستعرض أهم المخاطر والتهديدات التي ينطوي عليها الاستخدام المتزايد للحاسوب والانترنت.
Information Systems Environment
The main objective of this course is to provide an overview of the status of information technology infrastructure in Jordan and to relate it to the principles and various approaches of managing information technology at the national level. The course addresses topics covering: IT governance; business and government initiatives and achievements; e-government; legislations relating to IT and information access; IT strategies, plans and policies; IT business and how to "manage" information technology in the business world; factors impacting the success of new computing and communications products and services in business and other application areas; the advantages and consequences of networking and its local implementations.
• Production information systems
The main objective of this course is to provide students  with an overall understanding of how computers are being applied in production ( in both the physical systems of the organization and its conceptual system). Topics to be covered include: production control systems’ analysis such as inventory systems, MRP and JIT, monitoring the production function practically by means of networked data collection terminals and how systems like CAD, CAM,CUM, etc help to optimize the production process.
Software Project Management
The main objective of this course is to provide students with the principles of managing the development of software projects, from requirements definition to successful delivery.  Topics to be covered include:   key generic project management concepts and , techniques, projects planning , WBS development, projects tracking, and effective management of software projects.  This course is supplemented by practical components covered in MIS 362
Software Project Management Lab
This course is intended to complement· MIS 361 by providing students with hands-on experience in the related topics. Students will gain practical experience with tools used in project management such as Microsoft Project, COCOMO, and Monte Carlo Simulate, while working as part of a project team.
Electronic Commerce
The main objective of this course is to examine critical information technologies that provide the basis for electronic commerce, and their application in a variety of sectors and industries. Topics to be covered include: business opportunities, challenges, E-commerce strategies, business and technical implications of e-commerce architectures, competitive advantage, current and emerging technologies, pricing, distribution channels, promotion, and advertising. Students will use the lab to apply some of the concepts covered in the lectures.
Management Of Technology Innovation
The objective of this course is to provide comprehensive frameworks for businesses based on technology innovation, and provide an overview of its relations with business transactions. Topics to be covered include: competitive and economic value added, building and maintaining an organization based on creativity, innovation strategies,   developing and utilizing strategic thinking, and product development processes and practices.
Introduction to Information Systems
The main objective of this course is to provide students with an overall understanding of the main concepts of information systems, and to highlight the importance of information systems in modern organizations and societies. It covers a range of topics including: Information, data, and system concepts; information requirements in modern organizations and businesses (including decision making, operations, and other types of requirements); introducing different types of information  systems; exploring the systems development life cycle (analysis, design, and implementation); methodologies of developing information systems; managing resources of information systems (data, hardware, …etc); knowledge management; quality and evaluation of information systems; ethical, social and security issues of information systems.
Computer Skills 2
The main objective of this course is to provide students with the skills needed to use personal computer applications in real life. It covers a range of topics including: the basic concepts in building database applications using Microsoft Access, information presentation using MS-Power Point, develop and design web pages using MS SharePoint Designer, information access and e-mail using the Internet.
Management of information technology
The students will be introduced to Information Age, Information Technology, in Management, Information Systems in Decision Making, Planning, Acquisition, and Controls. The course is designed to familiarize the students with issues, problems, and opportunities that executives face today when planning, acquiring, and managing Information Technology.