Document Type

Article

Publication Date

10-31-2018

Abstract

This is a proposal to add one course, ISYS699 – Enterprise Information System Models, to the approved list of optional courses in the KUO MS in Engineering (Concentration in Electrical & Computer Engineering – Advanced Mobility) program. No other program changes are proposed.

Rationale:

The KUO MS in Engineering (Concentration in Electrical & Computer Engineering – Advanced Mobility) program consists of 40 Credit Hours of course work. The course work includes 32 Credit Hours of technical courses from the ECE Department and 8 Credit Hours (2 courses from a list of 7 optional courses) from BUSN, FINC, and MGMT. The 8 Credit Hours of course work provides an opportunity to learn business and financial management concepts in preparation to advance in positions of technical and/or managerial leadership.

The proposed program change and the course description are highlighted in Red, below.

Completion of 40 credits as follows:

Code

Title

Credit Hours

ECE-610

Modeling of Dynamic Systems

4

ECE-630

Digital Signal Processing Techniques for Automotive Engineering

4

ECE-642

Machine Drives for Electric Vehicles

4

CE-652

Artificial Intelligence for Autonomous Driving

4

EE-626

Power Electronics for Vehicle Electrification

4

ECE-632

Automotive Control Systems

4

CE-642

Mobile Robotics

4

Select two of the following:

8

BUSN-659

International Business

BUSN-689

Organizational Behavior

FINC-619

Financial Management

MGMT-609

Technology Management

MGMT-619

Project and Change Management

MGMT-639

Managing People and Organizations

MGMT-679

Leadership

ISYS-699

Enterprise Information System Models

Free Elective

4

Total Credit Hours

40

Course Description: ISYS699 – Enterprise Information System Models

An overview of information systems (IS) viewed at two levels: the strategic role of IS and a process-oriented view of the organization and its relationships with suppliers, customers and competitors. We view processes as vehicles for achieving strategic objectives and transforming the organization. The major focus of the course is how organizations implement processes globally using enterprise resource planning (ERP), supply chain management (SCM), customer relationship management (CRM), Poduct Lifecycle Management (PLM), and social networks. The course also provides a brief IS infrastructure overview and addresses key IS management topics. Students learn about the ethical and legal implications of information systems.

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