Catalogue 2018 - 2019

BIS 202 Introduction to Business Information Systems


3 cr.


BIS 102 or CS 131 and minimum of sophomore standing.

Course Description

This course is an introduction to Information Systems as a discipline including a survey and overview of the role and functions of IS in a business organization, IS job functions and career paths, and the nature and vocabulary of major information technologies. The course explores the role of IS in advancing the digital economy and as a competitive tool for business. The course includes hands-on work with SAP software to show the relationships between the different business functions. Hands-on work includes: navigation with SAP GUI, MD, ORG elements and transactions.


This course is a prerequisite.

This course satisfies the SAP Certificate requirement. 




Laboratory fee $100.