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Home / ISIT 140 – Introduction to Information Systems


Prerequisites: None

Description: Businesses rely on data-driven information to thrive and succeed. Information systems provide the means and the medium to collect, store, safeguard, retrieve, share, analyze, and present the data; therefore, information systems play an important role in our modern world. Almost all services ranging from banking to travelling to complex healthcare applications exploit information systems for data manipulations. The core concepts of any information system, namely people, processes, and technology, are discussed, and their social and organizational roles are explored. An overview of fundamental concepts of information systems, definition of key terms and current trends, the role and importance of information and information systems for businesses and management, social and organizational implications, along with some applications of information systems are explored and discussed through lectures and case studies.


Course Information

  • Course Code: ISIT 140
  • Credits: 3 credits