Honors | The Computer in Business
K201 | 4428 | Miller, B


Lecture            (LC)
4428:   11:15A-12:30P MW    BH 308

This section is for Honors Division and freshman admits
to the School of Business only

This section is for honors division and freshman admits
to the School of Business only

++no alternative final exam options will be considered
++consult final examination schedule to avoid conflicts
first practical exam scheduled for Feb 26 and 27
students must be able to take evening exam on Mar 3 at 7:15p

Technology's Impact on the Modern Business Enterprise

Technology is radically altering the world's economic landscape. We see
startup companies and industries emerging to ride the waves of change and at
the same time see older, established organizations reorganizing, regrouping
and redefining themselves to keep from being washing away! How do these
forces affect you as future employees/employers/business owners? What do
You need to know in order to make efficient and effective decisions where
technology is concerned?

This special offering of K201 will examine and explore the powerful
technological forces at work in society today and assist students in
developing essential analytical and problem-solving skills as they relate to
technology. The course will provide students with the ability not only to
analyze and solve problems as they relate to today's technological
challenges, but also to apply these same analytical and problem-solving
skills to technological challenges yet to come.

Students will be required to solve real world business problems using the
most popular business tools (Excel, Access, Netscape, etc.) Additionally,
students are required to integrate these problem-solving skills with the
conceptual segment of the course which centers on the role of technology in
the modern business enterprise. Because of its strong business orientation,
this course is intended for students entering the School of Business.