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Information Management and Information System

1. Program Description

The undergraduate program of school of computer science and technology, information management and information system, aimed at preparing students to be versatile talents with high level of political accomplishment, cultural scientific quality and splendid capacity to learn, practice and innovate. Equipped with basal contemporary management theory, computer science and technology knowledge and application capacity, our students also have a particular command of system engineering and information system development, apart from additional knowledge and capacity in information management. Successful graduates are expected to gain admission to be applicable to all types of administrative institutions, business enterprises and research development institutions.

2. Program Duration and Credit

This is a four-year undergraduate program, which can be completed within a minimum of three years and a maximum of seven years. A total of 161 credits are required upon the completion of the program. A Bachelor’s degree in Management is awarded when a minimum of 161 total credits is achieved as required.

3. Curriculum

Three modules of courses are offered for the program: Basic Curriculum, Essential Curriculum, and Elective Curriculum. The Basic and Essential curricula are compulsary for a Bachelor’s degree. The Elective Curriculum in the list includes extended disciplinary courses offered by the school into which an individual student is admitted, as well as cross disciplinary courses offered by other schools. Students can choose the extended and cross disciplinary courses according to their personal interests and career plans; however, credits should be approved by the school.

(1)Basic Curriculum (40 credits)

I.Platform Curriculum

Course Code

Course

Credits

Semester

Remark

100701062101

Advanced Mathematics A(I)

6

1

 

100701062102

Advanced Mathematics A(II)

6

2

 

100701062108

Linear Algebra

3

3

 

100712062102

Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics  B

4

4

 

II.Basic Curriculum

Course Code

Course

Credits

Semester

Remark

101201192201

Professional Introduction and Discussion of Information Management and Information System*

2

1

 

101201192203

Java Programming  Part I*

4

1

Including 1 practice credit

101201192204

Java Programming Part II

3

2

Including 1 practice credit

101201192205

Principles of Management*

3

1

 

101201192206

Management Information System*

3

2

Including 1 practice credit

101201192207

Data Structure (Java)*

4

3

Including 1 practice credit

101201192208

Operational Research*

3

4

 

(2)Essential Curriculum (42 credits)

Course Code

Course

Credits

Semester

Remark

101201193003

Web Programming(JSP)

4

4

Including 1 practice credit

101201193005

Web Programming curriculum design

2

5

practice course

101201193004

Supply Chain Management

3

5

 

101201193002

Database Principles and Applications*

4

3

Including 1 practice credit

101201193007

Information System Analysis and Design*

3.5

5

Including 0.5 practice credit

101201193011

Statistics and Application

3.5

6

Including 0.5 practice credit

101201193006

ERP Principle and Application*

3

5

Including 1 practice credit

101201193010

Software Process and Project Management

3.5

6

Including 0.5 practice credit

101201193008

Information System Security

3.5

5

Including 0.5 practice credit

101201193009

Computer Networking Technology and Application

3

5

Including 1 practice credit

101201193001

Introduction to E-commerce

3

2

Including 1 practice credit

101202163012

Graduation Field Work*

4

8

practice course

101202163013

Graduation Thesis*

2

8

practice course

(3)Elective Curriculum (at least 30 Credits)

Course Code

Course

Credit

Semester

Remark

101201194001

Information System Curriculum Design

2

7

practice course

101201194002

Java Curriculum Design

1

4

practice course

101201194012

Microeconomics

3

3

 

101201194013

Accounting Principles

3

2

 

101201194003

Financial Management and System

3.5

3

 

101201194014

Multivariate Statistical Analysis

3.5

6

Including 0.5 practice credit

101201194010

Modern Logistics Management

3

6

Including 0.5 practice credit

101201194006

Internet Payment and Internet Finance

2

6

Including 1 practice credit

101201194005

Operating System and Linux Practice

3

4

 

101201194009

Software Testing and Quality Control

3

6

Including 1 practice credit

101201194011

Web Human-Computer Interaction

3

3

Including 1 practice credit

101201194007

Java EE and Design Pattern

3

5

Including 1 practice credit

101201194008

Mobile Software Development

3

4

Including 1 practice credit

101201194004

Data Mining and Decision Support

3

6

Including 1 practice credit

101201194015

Systems Engineering

3

3

 

Note: 1. Odd-number semesters are the fall semesters and even-number semesters are the spring semesters in each academic year.

2. The asterisk * marks a core course.

4. Core Courses and Introductions

101201192203     Java Programming Part I     (4.00 cr.)

Prerequisites: None

Java is an object-oriented programming language developed by the original Sun (now acquired by Oracle Corp). After more than ten years, Java has become a very popular programming language that all computer science students must master. This course focuses on the Java basic language characteristics, operating mechanism, programming methods and advanced technologies. Students are required to master and understand the design methods of object oriented programming, Java database programming, multithreading concurrent programming methods and web application development. This course enables students to utilize Java to solve practical application problems, and inspire students with innovation, theoretical knowledge and practical skills.

The Java course is divided into two parts, Part I and Part II. Each part needs to be completed for one semester. This course is Java Part I, and mainly focuses on Java language grammar, Java programming methods based on objects and the common Java programming technologies. The main content includes data types, expression, basic statements, array, string, Java common methods, exceptions and file operation methods.

101201192201 Professional Introduction and Discussion of Information Management and Information System   (2.00 cr.)

Prerequisites: None.

Through the study of this course, it enables students to master: Basic concept of information, information resource, information system, information management and information technology; curriculum module of this specialty, need of information talents and knowledge classification of this specialty; General structure, principle and basic application of information system, and process analysis and usage of the representative information systems; Discussion of specialty knowledge, employment, and social requirements and so on.

This course includes introduces the trend of information development and basic knowledge, understands the goal of talents training, knowledge structure and course system. The characteristic and disciplinary system is introduced from industry development trend and talents requirements. It also introduces the structure, principle and concept of information system including concept analysis, business flow analysis and basic usage of representative information systems, industry background and case study analysis of information system. 

101201192205  Principles of Management      (3.00 cr.)

Prerequisites: None.

Through this course, students will master the basic principles and it requires students link theory with practice closely, pay attention to actual effect. The course can also train students’ abilities of applying correlation theory to analysis and solving the practical problem in enterprise management. Finally, it can improve the level of students' thinking and cultivate awareness of modern scientific management. This course is a professional basic course for undergraduate students and it is also suitable for the graduate students who have not studied this course at the undergraduate level.

This course is a professional basic course for undergraduates majoring in management   and guides the student to cross the threshold and trains students to cultivate management thinking mode preliminarily. The curriculum teaching goal is through teaching and learning to enable students to correctly understand the management concept, master the management of the universal law, basic principles and general methods and analysis practical problems in comprehensive application. Finally it helps to lay the foundation for future study of other professional courses

101201192206  Management Information System  (3.00 cr.)

Prerequisites: None.

Through the study of this course, it enables students to master: the basic concept of information, information resource, information system, information management and information technology; general structure, principle and basic application of information system, and process analysis and usage of the representative information systems; methods of information system development, method of information resource plan, and information system analysis.

This course includes two parts. The first part introduces the trend of information development and basic knowledge, understand the goal of talents training, knowledge structure and course system. The characteristic and disciplinary system is introduced from industry development trend and talents requirements. The second part introduces the structure, principle and concept of information system including concept analysis, business flow analysis and basic usage of representative information systems, industry background and case study analysis of information system, and how to transform management ideas into information system for increasing management efficiency. The basic development method and process of information system are also introduced.

101201192207  Data Structure (Java)      (4.00 cr.)

Prerequisites: Java Programming

This course is the important basis of computer professional technology, by discussing the data of various logical structure, physical structure and related algorithms, so that the students can according to the practical problems need to choose a suitable data structure and algorithm design, and for learning database, operating system and other subsequent courses to lay the foundation.

The content of this course include the basic data structures: linear structure, tree structure and the structure of a comprehensive introduction to the graphics, demands students learn to analyze the computer processing of the data object features, in order to select the appropriate data logical structure and storage structure and the corresponding algorithm, control time of the algorithm and the preliminary analysis and spatial analysis techniques. In addition, also includes two computers to solve problems most commonly used techniques: sorting, and search of learning. Data structure learning process is also complicated programming training process; training students' application of various typical algorithms for practical application of program design, require students to write the program structure is clear, easy to read correctly.

101201192208   Operational Research      (3.00 cr.)

Prerequisites: Advanced Mathematics, Linear Algebra

It is important for students to master significant models of operations research, and to know how to use operational research model and the function of quantitative analysis method in solving management problems and improving benefit. It cultivates students' ability of usage of software to solve the important operational research model and the practical problems of economy management. In the course of teaching, we focus on quantitative analysis, which can be used as the theory and modeling of the book as the focus.

Operations research is a basic course for the major of management. It mainly introduces some optimization analysis methods and practical operations research model, which is the basic theory for the following courses. The main contents of this course include: introduction to operations research, principle and method of linear programming, dual theorem, transportation problem, integer programming and 0-1 programming, graph and network analysis, decision analysis and so on.  

101201193002  Database Principles and Applications  (4.00 cr.)

Prerequisites: Java programming

This Course’s teaching goal is through the classroom teaching and computer practice which would make the students master the basic concept of database, including the data model, database, system structure and the global structure of the database system. Mastering the relational model of operation theory and relational database standard language SQL, grasp the relationship between the standardization of the database design, understanding of database storage structure and the realization of the database system technology. Through experiment link, also can make students fully understand and master the basic concept and principle of database and the oracle database application technology, training students' ability to analyze and solve problems, to improve students' ability to apply the theoretical knowledge to solve practical problems. The learning of this course is given priority to with the basic theory, pay attention to the combination of theory and practice, the chapters are first introduced concept, basic theory, then through practice deepen students' understanding, enhance practical ability.

The main content includes: 1) Introduction: summary of database system, data model, database system structure, database system. 2) A relational database: relational model, relational data structure and formal definition and relationship of integrity, relational algebra. 3) The summary of the relational database standard language SQL, data definition, data query, data update, view, control. 4) The relationship between system and its query optimization. 5) Relational data theory paradigm (1NF, 2NF, 3NF, BCNF, 4NF), function dependence, multi-valued dependency, standardization, Armstrong axiom and its application. 6) Database design, database design overview, requirement analysis, concept structure design, logic structure design and physical structure design of the database, database implementation and maintenance. 7) Database programming basis: the main way to access to database application system based on T-SQL programming, cursor, stored procedures, triggers. 8) Database recovery technology: the basic concepts of transaction, summary of database recovery, fault type, restore the implementation of the technology, the recovery strategy, database mirroring. 9) Concurrency control: summary of concurrency control, blockade. 10) Database security, database security, database security control. 11) The database integrity: integrity constraints, integrity control.

101201193007      Information System Analysis and Design      (3.50 cr.)

Prerequisites: Java Programming, Management Information System, Data Structure, Web Programming, Database Principles and Applications

Through this course, students will master the basic concept of engineering in information system development, and be familiar to the basic system development processes, system modeling and developing methods, deeply understanding whole processes and techniques of system development through different cases which will build a basis for system development in the future. This course is a main course establishing for undergraduates in the specialty of Information management and information system, is also suitable to students which have not learned this course. 

Combining theory of system development and methodology of modern engineering techniques, this course is a burgeoning and synthetic application science guiding information system development. It focuses on information system developing processes and models, and design methods and models introduced from structured and object-oriented development pattern respectively. Blending engineering theory and methods into system development practices through analysis and design of abundant cases it introduces deeply approaches, technologies and models in different stages.

101201193006     ERP Principle and Application    (3.00 cr.)

Prerequisites:  None 

This course, which is suitable for students of information management and information system, aims to make students understand the basic concepts of enterprise resource management, be familiar to the management methods and processes of enterprise resources. Enable students to master the usage and maintenance of ERP system and lay the foundation for the development of enterprise management and ERP system.

Based on information technology, ERP provides the management and decision support platform for enterprise decision makers and employees with systematical management idea. ERP has been widely used in manufacturing, retail, service, banking, telecommunications, government agencies, schools and other institutions. This course is the main line linking other professional courses and also one of core courses of information management and information system. 

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