Department of Management Information Systems
Course Descriptions

Financial Management
Studies the theory and practical applications of fund procurement, operation, and statistics needed in business. Main topics include long-term and short-term financial planning, equipment and facility investment decisions, management of working capital, etc.

Financial Accounting
Takes a close look at the generally accepted accounting principles. Focuses on the necessity and utility of financial statements (account information) and business accounting standards.

Organization Behavior
Continued human interaction leads to the creation of a new order that transforms groups of humans into a behavioral unit, which comes to assume a life of its own. We call this an organization. This course attempts to approach management related issues from the perspective of behavioral science to identify the nature of organization and how an organization may be developed.

Programming Language
Programming languages are essential in the study of computer-related fields. The most widely used and useful language is selected for acquisition of programming techniques and practice.

Management Information Systems
This course is designed to look at the academic implications and development trends of studies in management information systems. Based on this knowledge, this course will review overall aspects of these studies, including the concept and structure of management information systems and the planning, development, operation, evaluation, and control of management information systems.

Managerial Accounting
Based on the knowledge of various cost concepts, the course examines the how accounting information is utilized by management in its planning, control, and decision-making functions.

Marketing Management
Consists of lectures on the basics of marketing, the role of management information systems (MIS) in marketing, and actual marketing strategy setting.

Production and Operation Management
Students will acquire basic concepts related to the design, operation, and management of production systems for the manufacturing and service industries. Students will also analyze basic functions that meet market demands and requirements, and examine application techniques.

Introduction to Business Computing
Introduces algorithm-based problem solving, FORT- RAN programming, and programming techniques.

Marketing Research
The purpose of this course is to enable students to understand various research methods for decision-making and problem-solving in the marketing field, including consumer behavior. Students will come to understand how research methodologies are actually applied. Focus is placed on analysis of psychological characteristics, which has been developed recently. The course provides an explanation of various multi-variate analysis techniques and enables students to become aware of relevant limitations.

Data Structures
Consists of lectures on data concepts, basic data structures such as linked list, string, and array, expressions of data structures for tree and graph and related algorithms.

Information Resource Management
Studies information as a major business resource. Reviews its long-term and short- term planning, usage, regulation, and its relationship with other internal and external resources, and its utilization in management policies.

Principles of e-Business
This course will review the impact of e-business on corporate competitiveness, and its importance in the digital economic environment. Students will also learn e-business models and e-business types, based on a study of examples.

Quantitative Business Analysis
Students will gain an understanding of regression analysis and basic statistical techniques required for business analysis, based on experience with actual data.

DataBase
Studies the structure and application of databases, a modern data management technology.

System Analysis and Design
Students learn about system analysis and design processes, which are key to information system development. They also learn how to use all tools and mechanisms needed to analyze user requirements as well as design, build, and implement systems.

Computer Network
Highlights the importance of a network, a part of the business information system. Students learn to understand the basic process of information transmission between computers and to strategically utilize that knowledge.

System Analysis and Design
Students will learn about the system analysis and design process, which is a core part of information system development. They will also learn how to use tools and techniques required to analyze user requirements and to design, build, and implement systems.

System Simulation
Deals with mock computerization techniques of various corporate activities and their application to generate information needed in corporate policy setting.

Business Information Processing
Studies COBOL(Common Business-Oriented Language) programming techniques necessary for corporate data processing and com puterization.

Financial Statements Analysis
Focuses on understanding the framework of business analysis that utilizes financial statements and on its application. Analyzes the validity of a business strategy and studies the process of determining corporate value based on future cash flow or profit estimates. Based on this knowledge, students learn about equity stock analysis, credit analysis, business insolvency prediction, and merger and acquisition, and collects applicable cases for analysis.

Seminar on Management Information System
Designed to help students acquire the latest theories and applications of the rapidly changing information technology.

Multimedia
Multimedia refers to various media, including voice, music, moving and still pictures, and documents. This course enables students to practice their skills in using various media simultaneously, so that they manipulate the equipment comfortably and with facility. In addition, students will learn to acquire and process reliable and accurate multimedia information. In the 1980s, new hardware and software technologies were developed that enabled the storage and processing of multimedia data. In the 2000s, computer-based multimedia applications are a vital part of our lives. In this course, students with an interest in multimedia will learn relevant concepts and develop various application software by using multimedia.

Information Technology Management Strategy
Students will recognize the importance of strategies in the current corporate environment and gain knowledge about theories in the process of establishing strategies. By looking at case studies from home and abroad, students will also learn information technology-based corporate management strategies.