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Western Kentucky University

Systems Management Courses

Course Descriptions:

 

SM 300: SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT AND PRACTICE

A foundational study of systems management and technology from theoretical, managerial and practical perspectives.

 

SM 346: SYSTEMS RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT

An introduction to the principles and concepts of business resources development and management. Emphasis on developing strategic advantage through deployment of appropriate systems.

 

SM 347: SYSTEMS LINKAGE AND APPLICATIONS

Introduction to communications, network, and related system issues and applications in an organizational setting.

 

SM 348: SYSTEMS ARCHITECTURE

An introduction to the various system architectures common to modern business systems.

 

SM 443: SYSTEMS PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT

Examination of tools and systems used to support strategic planning and decision making.

 

SM 444: SYSTEMS OPERATIONS AND CONTROL

Management of the organization's data resources and information flow, including: project management, systems planning, control and operations.

 

SM 446: SYSTEMS AVAILABILITY AND DEVELOPMENT

Examination of security and risk management in organizational systems. Cost-benefit issues, access, availability and efficiency will be analyzed.

 

SM 447: SYSTEMS PROCESS AND TECHNOLOGIES

Examination of electronic commerce systems, processes and technologies, and how such systems may be used to develop competitive advantage.

 

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 Last Modified 9/25/14