UG Courses offered in Summer 2019-2020 (Information Systems)

ISOM 1380 Technology and Innovation: Social and Business Perspectives3 Credits

This course describes the development of technology and innovation from social and business perspectives. It covers the technology side of innovations, how an invention can be developed into a successful commercial product, the role of innovation in society and how innovations are created from a socioeconomic perspective. It highlights that successful development and adoption of innovative products relies not only on the technology itself but also a complex process that is subject to the impact of cultural, political, economic and managerial factors.

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Prof. Se-Joon HONG

Tue, Thu & Fri 1400-1720 (L1)
** 23 Jul (Thu): 1400-1750

02 Jul – 24 Jul 2020 Add/Drop Deadline: 04 Jul 2020
Common Core (SA) for 2010 & 2011 3Y programs
Common Core (SA special list) for 10&11 3Y programs
Common Core (SA) for 2012 3Y programs
Common Core (SSC-SA) for 4Y programs
Common Core (SA) for 4Y programs

ISOM 3000E Digital Business Strategy: Harnessing Platform, Crowd, and Machine3 Credits

This course is designed for students who want a broad understanding of the opportunities and challenges presented by the modern digital revolution. Students will survey examples of digital platforms powered by technology and crowds, and learn the fundamental principles behind the platform innovation and disruption of today and tomorrow. Students will learn through lectures, case discussion, simulation game, quizzes, and a group project.

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Prof. Yongsuk KIM Tue, Thu & Sat 1400-1720 (L1)
** 28 Jul (Tue): 1400-1750
07 Jul – 30 Jul 2020 Add/Drop Deadline: 10 Jul 2020

ISOM 3310 e-Business Management and Web Analytics3 Credits

This course introduces the fundamental concepts and technologies of e-commerce and e-business management. Topics include e-business models, e-business infrastructure, e-security, e-marketing, e-payment methods, web development, web analytics, and social media analytics.

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Prof. Jack TEH Mon, Wed & Fri 0900-1220 (L1)
** 24 Jul (Fri): 0900-1250
03 Jul – 27 Jul 2020 Add/Drop Deadline: 07 Jul 2020

ISOM 3360 Data Mining for Business Analytics 3 Credits

This course covers the fundamental concepts, technologies, and applications of business analytics to help firms gain a competitive advantage in the era of Big Data. Topics include text mining, predictive analytics, search engine strategy, social network analysis, cloud computing, etc. Students will gain hands-on experience with popular data analytical tools.

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ISOM 2010 COMP 4331, IEDA 3560 Mr. Boris K C NG Tue, Thu & Sat 0900-1150 (L1)
Tue, Thu & Sat 1200-1250 (La1)
16 Jul – 13 Aug 2020 Add/Drop Deadline: 20 Jul 2020

ISOM 3390 Business Programming in R3 Credits

[Previous Course Code: ISOM3000A] This course provides an introduction to business programming using R. Students will learn the programming concepts and syntax of R and develop R scripts for business applications. This course will cover practical issues for programming in R and provide working examples of emerging business applications, including Web crawling, text analytics, social network analysis, online advertising, and implementations of data mining algorithms.

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(ISOM 3230 OR ISOM 3320 OR ISOM 3400) AND ISOM 3360 RMBI 3010 Miss Bingjie QIAN Mon, Wed & Fri 1330-1620 (L1)
Mon, Wed & Fri 1630-1720 (La1)
03 Jul – 31 Jul 2020 Add/Drop Deadline: 07 Jul 2020