IS 434: The Evolution of Modern Information Systems


This 3 credit course examines the impact of information systems on nearly every aspect of life in the United States and other countries. It traces the developments that have made this situation possible; especially those changes following the release of the personal computer and the rise of networking. Included are topics related to increasing reliance on information systems within the economic and social context of the "computer revolution".


Prerequisites: IS 300 or permission of the instructor.


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