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                   Department of Information Management
Semester                Required             Credits                Elective            Credits
    2      Service Education (II)              0       Business Management                3
           Physical education (II)             0
           Military Training (II)              0
           Chinese Culture & Thoughts          3
           Practical English (II)              3
Freshman
           Introduction to Computer            3
           The ROC Constitution and Human
           Science(II)                         2
           Accounting (II)
           Rights                              3
           Computer Programming                3
           Computer Mathematics                3
           Statistics                          3       Seminar in Marketing               3
           Business Languages                  3       Modern Network Techniques and
                                                       Management                         3
Sophomore Business Data Communications         3       Communication Network
                                                       Applications                       3
           English-listening and speaking      1
           Lab (II) History & Culture
           Chinese                             2
           Operations Research                 3       Computer Network                   3
           Operating Systems                   3       Human Factors and Information      3
           Systems Analysis and Design(II)     3       Business Automation
                                                       Systems                            3
  Junior
           Design Projects (I)                 3       Financial Management               3
                                                       Technology Management              3
                                                       Data Security and Management       3
           Modeling and Simulation             3       Multimedia Programming             3
  Senior                                               Supply Chain Management            3
                                                       Special Topics in Information      3
                                                       ManagementManagement
                                                       Knowledge                          3
                                                       Technology and Human Behaviors     3
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                              Department of Information Management
Semester 2                    Required                Credi                       Elective                 Credits
             Chinese Literature and Thought(I)         3
                                                       ts     Macroeconomics                                 3
             Practical English (Ⅱ)                     3
             Information Ethics                        2
             English for Science and Technology        2
             Computer Programming                      3
Freshman




             English-listening and speaking Lab (Ⅱ)    1      Human Resource Management                      3
             Linear Algebra
             (Ⅱ)Lab (Ⅱ)                                3      Web Pages Programming                          3
Sophomore Business Data Communications                 3      Modern Network Techniques and Applications     3
             Object Oriented Programming Design        3      Communication Network
                                                               and Applications                              3
             Statistics                                3      Information Management for Small Business
                                                              and Applications                               3
             Systems Analysis and Design(Ⅱ)            3      Multimedia Programming                         3
             Operating Systems                         3      Database Practice                              3
             Operations Research                        3     Logistics Information System                   3
  Junior
             Design Projects (Ⅰ)                        3     Marketing Information Systems                  3
                                                              Logistics Management                           3
                                                              Technology Management                          3
             Modeling and     Simulation                3     Seminar in information management              3
  Senior     Design Projects (Ⅱ)                        3     Practice of Electronic Commerce                3
                                                              Multimedia Programming                         3
                                                              Knowledge Management                           3
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Freshman

A22114        Introduction to Computer Systems (Ⅱ    )
3 hours, 3 credits
Required
(a) Identify computer system today and tomorrow. Describe major components in a computing
    environment and detail their relationships to one another. (II) introduce software, network,
    Internet, database, etc.
(b) This class will teach the students how to design and develop computer programs using C++
    programming techniques. The purpose of this course is to give basic skills to C++ programming.
    The main focus is in programming it self, not software management, so in this course you will
    learn how to program in practice. The main goals of this course are:
     1. Learn the basics of C++ .
     2. Learn to understand what concepts of higher level language mean in the lower level.
     3. Good Programming style.
     Basic principles of programming using C++; algorithmic, procedural problem solving; program
     design and development; control structures and functions; arrays and pointers; introduction to
     classes for programmer-defined data types; No prior programming experience assumed.
(c) To present the basic construction components and principles of computers, and let students to have
    some touch about its associated applications. Students will be encouraged to collect relative
    information and present it. Furthermore, this course provides students with an introduction to the
    study of C++ programming.

A22116          Accounting (Ⅱ  )
3 hours, 3 credits
Required
This course emphasizes basic concepts and fundamentals of accounting.
First part of this course introduces students to business organizations and activities, accounting cycle,
generally accepted accounting principles, the elements of financial statements, and preparation of
financial statements. The second part of this course covers the theoretical framework of accounting
measurement and valuation and reporting of assets ,liabilities ,and stockholders’equity.

A22121        Computer Programming
3 hours, 3 credits
Required
(a) The primary concerns of this course are to present concepts of object-oriented programming with
    the C++ programming language and to study the object-oriented design. Furthermore, this course
    provides students with an introduction to the study of the problem-solving techniques. Students
    will be encouraged to programming.
    Outline/Schedule of Course:
     1. Introduction
     2. Types, Operators, and Expressions
     3. Control Flow.
     4. Functions and Program Structure.
     5. Pointers and Arrays.
     6. Structures
     7. Input and Output
(b) The primary concerns of this course are to present concepts of object-oriented programming with
    the C++ programming language and to study the object-oriented design. Furthermore, this course
    provides students with an introduction to the study of the problem-solving techniques. Students
    will be encouraged to programming.
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A22124        Computer Mathematics
3 hours, 3 credits
Required
(a) This is a basic course for students to know the elementary mathematics, which will be, needed in
    future courses Linear equations, Counting technique, digraph, tree will be the main contents.
    These mathematics will be widely used in Data Structure and operating system. Logic is also one
    of the contents.
(b) This course provides students with an introduction to some mathematical problems on application
    to computers. The course covers logic, combinatorial problems and techniques, sets, relations and
    functions, graph theory and counting theory.

A22248        Business Management
3 hours, 3 credits
Elective
This course aims to provide students an understanding of what a business is and how a business work.
We will stress the fundamental functions of business administration, including production management,
marketing, financial management, human resource management, and R/D management. This course
will help students make a good understanding on business procedure; therefore, they could build an
information system fit to business’s requirements.



Sophomore

A22219        Statistics
3 hours, 3 credits
Required
(a) This course provides an introduction to statistics. Topics will be covered in this course are the
    Normal Distribution, the standard Normal Distribution, the Reproductive Property of the Normal
    Distribution, the Central Limit Theorem, random samples and sampling distribution, the t,
    chi-square, and F distributions, statistical (inferences, parameter estimations, and the tests of
    hypotheses.
(b) This course is an introduction to the concepts and methods of statistics. It is designed to develop
    and enhance students’ understanding of basic tools of collecting, organizing, analyzing, presenting,
    and interpreting data for the purpose of business decision making. Topics covered will include a
    review of probability distributions, random sampling, the sampling distributions of the Chi-square,
    t, and F distributions, statistical inference, estimation, hypothesis testing, linear regression and
    correlation.

A22222         Business Languages
3 hours, 3 credits
Required
Examination of major concepts, theories & research to guide management of information systems
function within organizations; extensive use of case studies to develop skills in applying concepts &
theories, including principle of information systems design, using commercial software application in
business., systems analysis for commercial software application, data base design, database building
and maintenance.
Assessment: tutorial exercises, exams, and database development.

A22254         Seminar in Marking Management
3 hours, 3 credits
Elective
This course provides students with an advanced study of marketing Management. It covers consumer
and industrial markets: the product, channels of distribution, pricing and sale promotion policies.
Emphasis will be on developing the students' analytical and decision-making research abilities through
the introduction of case studies, class discussions and practical work.
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A22258        Modern Network Techniques and Applications
3 hours, 3 credits
Elective
Introduce the basic components and new technologies of network. Especially describe the Internet and
the new technology infrastructure. Used a variety of techniques to develop Web page and Web site.
Example like used HTML, FrontPage, ASP.NET, XML, Flash.

A22262        Communication Network
3 hours, 3 credits
Elective
The goal of the course is to acquire knowledge about currently existing communication protocols, at all
protocol levels, and to learn how to build distributed applications in the Internet. The topics of the
course cover study in detail of the Application, Transport, Network, Data, Link layers. The course also
covers selected issues from the following fields: Network Security, basic network design and Wireless
Networks.

A22312        Business Data Communications
3 hours, 3 credits
Required
This course is designed to familiarize students with the terminology and concepts related to data
communication, computer networks, and Internets. This is an introductory course and is targeted at
students who have little or no background in the subject. The course will be focusing on principles
and concepts rather than covering specific technology or software. In this course, students will be
expected to master the terminology and basic concepts, but they are not expected to know the
engineering details of any technology. The topics to be covered in the course can be classified into four
modules: Data Communication, Computer Networking, Internetworking, and Advanced Topics.



Junior

A22315        Operations Research
3 hours, 3 credits
Required
(a) This course provides students with the mathematics knowledge. Linear programming, linear
    transportation, network model, dynamic programming, project scheduling, inventory models, and
    queuing models will be taught.
(b) This course provides students with an introduction to the study of modeling, constraints, objective
    and criterion. Problems of network optimization, model validation and systems design. OR
    Methodology: mathematical programming; optimum seeking; simulation. Examples, OR
    Applications: theory of inventory; Dynamic Programming under deterministic and stochastic
    demand. Waiting line problems: single and multiple servers with Poisson input and output. Theory
    and applications of Markov chains, transportation and assignment problems, and Project
    management through PERT-CPM. Introduction.
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A22316        Operation System
3 hours, 3 credits
Required
(a) Operating system is the kernel part of any computer system. Therefore, a course on operating
    systems is an essential part of any computer related education. This course aims to provide
    students an understanding of basic concepts of operating systems. The students are expected to
    - understand the principles, structures and elements of operating systems
    - become familiar with the technology of operating systems
    - increase the vocabulary of useful system programming constructs
    - bridge the theoretic and the practical aspects of operating systems.
(b) The operating system controls the computer itself and provides a useful interface for users and
    application programs. The operating system controls all the computer resources: processors, main
    storage, secondary storage, I/O devices, and files. It determines which programs will be in
    memory at any given time and the order in which programs will run. The operating system should
    resolve conflicts between processes, attempt to optimize the performance of the computer, allow
    the computer to communicate with other computers, and maintain a record of actions performed as
    it goes about its system tasks. This course investigates the basic design issues encountered in order
    to produce an operating system that can address the above problems in an efficient manner

A22318         Systems Analysis and Design (Ⅱ   )
3 hours, 3 credits
Required
This course provides students with an introduction to the study of system analysis and design.
We follow the SDLC methodology, which is a traditional paradigm for system analysis and design.
Students are required to finish their topic which they chose in SA&D (I). System implementation is
required as a final project.

A22319         Design Projects (Ⅰ   )
3 hours, 3 credits
Required
Gives students a chance to apply what have been learned to a project so they can have a good picture of
how these components can be integrated together, which will be very useful on the job.
Skills or Knowledge to acquire:
Students will have a better understanding of different courses that they learned and how they are related
to each other. Some system factors and project management skills will be acquired first-handed.
Teamwork experience and discipline is an extra gain.
Textbooks or References:
Decided individually by each advisor.
Prerequisite:
Take at the first semester of the senior year, after taking MIS Project(I)
Course Requirement:
Work together with your team.
Attend group meetings and presentations.
Find a solution to a problem, by researching on information in any forms, by group discussion, and by
consulting with their advisor.
Participate with group presentations.
Set up a web site on the department server for online presentation.
Note: Each group is assigned an advisor. Advisor will discuss with the group for meeting time.

A22367        Human Factors and Information Systems
3 hours, 3 credits
Elective
Examination of major concepts, theories & research to integrate human factors in the development and
design of information systems within organizations; extensive use of research papers and cases to
develop skills in applying concepts & theories, including principle of human factor and information
systems , human factor and theory, human factor and applications, human computer interface.
Assessment: tutorial exercises and research reports.
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A22343         Computer Network
3 hours, 3 credits
Elective
(a) The objective of this course is to give a basis to understand the Computer Networks techniques.
     The course will introduce the main issues of data communication with computer networks. It will
     cover concepts of layered communication architecture in particular with the introduction of the
     OSI Reference Model and TCP/IP Architecture, Transmission techniques, Communication
     Protocol design, LAN specific architecture and techniques, Routing techniques, User-to-user
     data-exchange techniques and distributed applications.
(b) This course provides students with an introduction to the study of computer network. We focus on
     TCP/IP reference model and all layers will be covered, including physical layer, MAC, network,
     transport, and Applications.   Some research issues will be discussed.

A22352        Financial Management
3 hours, 3 credits
Elective
This course provides students with an introduction to corporate finance and capital markets,
emphasizing on the financial aspects of managerial decisions. The course covers financial market, time
value of money, risk and rate of return, bond and stock valuation, the cost of capital, the capital
budgeting, capital structure and leverage, dividend policy, long-term debt, financial forecasting,
working capital policy, cash and marketable securities, accounts receivable and inventory, multinational
financial management, and mergers and acquisitions.

A22371         Business Automation 3 hours,
3 credits
Elective
This course provides an introduction to business management using IT as a way to innovate. Topics
will be covered in this course are e-commerce and e-business, channel management, strategic
information system, quick response (QR) and customer sufficient response (CSR), distribution center,
business process reengineering (BPR?), total quality management (TQM), electronic ordering system
(EOS), point of sale (POS), electronic data interchange (EDI), value-added network (VAN), and other
interesting topics in the areas of e-business.

A22375        Technology Management
3 hours, 3 credits
Elective
This is a course designed for students without much management of technology background. The
course aims to provide students with historical perspectives, basic concepts and principles of
technology management. It covers the main factors leading to the competitiveness of enterprises in
global marketplace, namely: technology life cycles, innovation, technology transfer, technology
planning and strategy. In addition, students will be exposed to the effects of environmental factors on
policy formulation and decision-making.


A22123 English for Science and Technology
2 hours, 2 credits
Required


This course focuses on the use of English in the fields of Science and Technology, as an extension of
the regular English training and education from high schools. It aimed at highlighting many language
aspects that are different from other areas, while refreshing students’ previous knowledge in general
English.

Course will include:
1.      Refreshing of the basic English grammar and usage.
2.      Popular words and phrases in science and technology.
3.      Common sentences in science and technology.
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4.       Writing styles in science and technology.
5.       Comparative aspects with those in other fields.
6.       Article sampling and appreciation in science and technology.

After finishing this course, students will advance their general English capability and have a more
appropriate application in science and technology. Observable progress in the performance and
efficiency of studying in these fields in English will be expected.


A22376         Data Security And Management
3 hours, 3 credits
Elective
Goals: Understand characteristics and vulnerability of computer systems, how attacks happen, and
how to reduce the damage. Topics include
1. Introduction
2. Foot printing – Target Acquisition
3. Scanning
4. Enumerating
5. Hacking Windows NT Family
6. Network Devices
7. Wireless Hacking
8. Firewalls
9. Denial of Service Attacks
10. Remote Control Insecurities
11. Advanced Techniques
12. Web Hacking
Focus is on soaking students in the general knowledge of this field so they can move further into
specific problem-solving situation when on the job.



Senior

A22378        Multimedia Programming
3 hours, 3 credits
Elective
To present the basic concepts of multimedia systems and let students to have some touch about its
associated applications. Furthermore, this course provides students with an introduction to the study of
Visual Basic.Net design. Students will be encouraged to collect relative information, design interesting
multimedia system and present it.

A22411         Modeling and Simulation
3 hours, 3 credits
Required
This course provides students with an introduction to the study of mathematics in computer science.
The major contents are discrete method, combinatory, graph theory and finite algebra. A primary reason
for studying the material listed above is the abundance of applications one finds in the study of
computer science--especially in the areas of data structures, the theory of computer languages, and the
analysis of algorithms.
This course provides students with an introduction to the study of modeling and simulation. The
contents of this course include simulation and queue theory. This course helps students use simulation
and queue theory to solve manufacturing and service systems problems. Students are required to choose
a topic and try to discuss and analyze problems that meet in the project.

A22466        Special Topics in Information Management
3 hours, 3 credits
Elective
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The field of information management (IM) has evolved along with the rapid development of
information technology and applications over the past twenty years. It is important to IM students to
understand what are the most critical information systems (IS) issues in a business. This course will
help students make a good understanding on the concepts and applications of IS. Lecturing and case
discussing will be both token in the class.




A22468         Knowledge Management
3 hours, 3 credits
Elective
This course aims to provide students with behavioral and technical perspectives, concepts and
principles of knowledge management. It covers the main topics leading to understanding knowledge
management, namely: KM system life cycles, tacit knowledge creation, knowledge codifying and
implementing, data mining of KM, technical aspects of KM and ethical issues in KM. In addition,
students will be exposed to the effects of environmental and strategically factors on KM formulation.

A22470        Technology and Human Behaviors
3 hours, 3 credits
Elective
The goal of this class is to help students explore issues about how information technology affects our
behaviors and the way we interact with each other. After a survey of general literature review, students
will choose a self-study topic under the course instructor’s guidance. Class discussion, paper reading
and library searching skills are emphasized. Students are expected to prepare at least an oral
presentation with a written report about their study subject.

A22475        Supply Chain Management
3 hours, 3 credits
Elective
This course provides students with a broad introduction to the concepts of supply chain management in
general. This course will help students apply concepts of supply chain management to solve business
problems.

				
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