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資訊管理學系

Department of Information Management

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Introduction to Computers

 
  • Objective: To enable students to have a rough understanding of computers and understand the relationship between the future course, and thus to understand the field of computer science and the real driving force, and obtain counseling students with computer software applications LET test subjects ability.
  • Content: Introduction to the basic structure and operation of the computer, and to explore its foundation, origin, and play fundamental theorem in future research on the role of mathematics.
  • Credit: compulsory; 3 credits
 

Macroeconomics

 
  • Goals:Introduces the basic concepts of economics and analysis methods, both individual analysis and overall analysis. The financial turmoil sweeping the globe, the overall economic climate fluctuations are the core of the problem, so "economic growth" has become the most important macro-economic research topics. Through the current national economic problems, social consequences - unemployment, price inflation, foreign workers, GDP, GNP, per capita income, economic welfare, financial markets, monetary policy and other supplies, and textbooks with research, learning to Benefit the People's principles and promote the concept of personal finance and investment.
  • Contents: (1) Individual analysis of price theory as the center, decided to study the different factors of production, market structure and price. 2) the overall analysis of the proceeds theory centers, research Phillip curve, employment and inflation.
  • Credit: compulsory; 6 credits
 

Calculus

 
  • Goal: to analyze the issues discussed on the plane and three-dimensional analytic geometry. Participated in two training future technology or other related subjects and the ability of taking the civil service examinations.
  • Contents: introduction of the concept of function and limit discussion of differential and its application; Integral and its applications. Extreme synthesis function and inverse function, limit function, the function of the derivative function, arithmetic formulas, definitions and applications of micro-components, chain rule, function, extreme applications, Luo's Rule, the basic formula, variable transformation, partial fraction method, integration by parts.
  • Credit: compulsory; 6 credits
 

Programming

 
  • Goal: Students design and the ability to write computer programs. C language as a tool to train students to design and write the computer program capabilities.
  • Contents: Introduction to use programming language, basic data types, input and output of the narrative, narrative flow control, subroutines, said information derived morphological type, profile programming language operating environment, the program written in basic skills.
  • Credit: compulsory; 3 credits
 

Management

 
  • Target: Introduce management functions on the basis of the theory and application of dialectical deeper understanding of the essence of management through case study and problems.
  • Contents: Introduction, decision-making, planning, organization and leadership, control, change and so on.
  • Credit: compulsory; 3 credits
 

Accounting

 
  • Target: Accounting is "the language of business and management tool," so that students initially understand, "in the end what is accounting," and "how to use accounting information", introduced from the most basic accounting to bookkeeping procedures, and evaluation of various accounts financial statement analysis, etc. are first described schematically, supplemented by "accounting matters Skills Certification academic subjects" practice, business and industry training future accounting information professionals. This is a basic course in accounting for the B license check.
  • Content: accounting cycle, internal control, cash, accounts receivable, inventory, fixed assets, current liabilities, long and short term investment chapters, corporate bonds, accounting principles, financial statements.
  • Credit: compulsory; 3 credits
 

Statistics

 
  • Goal: to teach statistics related concepts, so that students understand the principles of statistics in addition to, but also allow students to learn how a computer through appropriate statistical tool to learn the practical application of the theory, for future employment or further education has a considerable benefit.
  • Content: Understanding statistics, statistical charts, narrative statistics, introduction to probability, discrete random variables, normal distribution and other continuous distribution, sampling distribution, assuming the test and confidence interval, two samples of the test, the proportion of inference problem. Implement curriculum and covers part to the familiar Excel software to learn how to statistical analysis and calculation, theory and practice.
  • Credit: compulsory; 6 credits
 

Production Management

 
  • Objective: To enable students to understand the overall structure and operation of the circumstances of the production system, the effective implementation of energy management and planning of production systems.
  • Content: Production management information processes and architecture, production forecasting, aggregate production planning, material requirements planning, inventory analysis and control, scheduling and sequencing, and quality control.
  • Credit: compulsory; 3 credits
 

Marketing

 
  • Objectives: Introduction of the body recognize and understand marketing management, analyzing marketing opportunities, target market research and selection, product policy, pricing policies, promotion policies, distribution channels, marketing plans of the organization, implementation and other controls.
  • Content: marketing environment, consumer psychology and purchasing decisions, market research, marketing, strategic planning, product development, marketing channels, pricing strategy, marketing mix, marketing organization, execution and control, industrial marketing, services marketing, green marketing, network marketing, international marketing.
  • Credit: compulsory; 3 credits
 

Database Management Systems

 
  • Goal: to teach the basic concepts of database information aspects of the way through the layman to teach students to understand database application development methodology system, the main teaching content XBase, SQL and OOP the three modules, through XBase proficiency to enhance data control database, via SQL query to improve the efficiency of learning, to enhance learning by OOP application development capabilities and object-oriented programming into the hall.
  • Content: Database Design, VF operating environment introduced Visual Foxpro data types, the establishment of a database, data dictionary maintenance of the database, the database tables and data related to commonly used commands and functions, maintain data records, records control targets use and function, link relevance sorting, indexing, search commands and functions among multiple data tables, programming, and the use of an array of query, reporting and label production, the basic concepts of OOP and design of the screen, the screen Advanced design, OOP programming, Internet applications, integrated research and discussion.
  • Credit: compulsory; 3 credits
 

Analysis And Design of System

 
  • Objectives: The main objective of this course is to train students in the development of information systems, to be familiar with a variety of different methods of analysis and design.
  • Content: The system development life cycle method, the prototype method introduces analysis and design tools, such as data flow diagrams, entity relationship diagrams, data dictionaries, decision tables, decision trees, structured English, and the system flow chart diagram. In addition, the input design computer-aided design of information systems, output design, file design, database design, process design and safety are also included in the curriculum, teaching to the actual analysis requires students to design a system based.
  • Credit: compulsory; 3 credits
 

Data Structure

 
  • Goals: focus on different types of problems, choose the appropriate data structure can simplify processing steps, exercises in the course of the C language as a tool.
  • Content: Introduction to a variety of data structures and their associated notation Õã unravel law, described the various data processing techniques. Introduction, structured programming, the main subroutine parameter transfer method, arrays, stacks, queues, linked lists, trees, sorting, searching, graphics.
  • Credit: compulsory; 3 credits
 

Linux System

 
  • Objectives: This course is basic subjects CLA's employment specialization courses. Allow students to enter the field of Linux operating systems, skilled and accustomed to using the Linux operating system to Linux as the basis for a subsequent series of courses.
  • Content: The Review of Network Essentials, The review of Linux System Installation & Desktop Productivity, GNU and Unix commands recalled devices, Linux file system and file system hierarchy standard initialization, transport-level, document production, infrastructure management, package management, text editing, processing and printing, writing and compiling programs, network infrastructure, intensive training, certification exam orientation and focus tips, industry trends.
  • Credit: compulsory; 3 credits
 

Introduction of Information Management

 
  • Target: After completion of this course the student will be able to: 1.Demonstrate an understanding of IS principles 2 Demonstrate an understanding of the changing role of an IS professional 3 Create an ER diagram for a database 4 create...... a system design from a case study. 5. Use logic to create rules for an expert system.
  • Credit: compulsory; 3 credits
 

Network Communication

 
  • Objectives: The main objective is to put a computer network play different roles in many sizes use the Internet to connect computers together, sharing resources and thus achieve the purpose. This course is one of the series of courses CCNA certification.
  • Content: LAN, WAN and Internet links, such as three parts.
  • Credit: compulsory; 3 credits
 

Window Programming and Applications

 
  • Target: computer hardware advances quickly, rapidly, many new technologies and specifications, has been proposed. And directly applied to the actual device, the purpose of this course is to be opened and the practical aspects of the latest computer technology on the market history of the development of its evolution and application. Make an in-depth and detailed discussion. So that students can learn to keep up with trends and information related applications can be handy to establish information management needs of the students basic knowledge of hardware architecture.
  • Content: Visual Basic programming environment, introduce controls, files, graphics programming, voice and animation techniques.
  • Credit: compulsory; 3 credits
 

Financial Management

 
  • Objective: to enable students to understand the basic concepts of financial management.
  • Credit: compulsory; 3 credits
 

Information Network Management

 
  • Goal: to international cooperation program of "Cisco Global Education Association Network" dominated, blending network in the concrete implementation of learning, guiding students to obtain CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate), CCNP certification is the goal, professor of both theoretical and practical network management programs, in addition to training students to design, build and maintain computer networks the ability to cope with the current market demand, more modern communications network education rooted in a new era of good preparation. Is one of the CCNA certification courses.
  • Credit: compulsory; 3 credits
 

Project Researches

 
  • Target: The course will focus on topics of professional information management, to enable students to participate in actual practice, the teacher completed the sidelines coaching the individual project, so a combination of theory and practice.
  • Credit: compulsory; 2 credits
 

Project Researches

 
  • Goal: Through industry internships give students the opportunity to actually prove the theory, if not participate in practice, the industry experts through lectures practical way to allow students to understand the pulse of the industry.
  • Credit: compulsory; 2 credits
 

Introduction to art

 
  • Target: Art is closely related to human life, in fact, art is an important part of human culture, art created by artists exist, leaving the students to share, and thus enrich the meaning and value of life, of which the artist, the audience and the existence of human life and mutual complementarity foot relationship. I hope by discussing each chapter, so that students can establish some basic handling and innovative ideas and wisdom about art.
  • Contents: "Introduction to Art" As the name suggests, is a basic outline of the discussion of the arts, so the learning process underlying architecture that surrounds the artist's creative activity, the relationship of art, art appreciation and criticism, art and life, etc., for the four major development.
  • Credits: Liberal compulsory; 2 credits
 

Nanotechnology

 
  • Objective: To enable students in the twenty-first century nanotechnology (nano-tech) era, a preliminary understanding of nanotechnology can be temporary, the impact of various changes in technology and industry; enable students to recognize the humanity of nanotechnology contribution, not just confined to the limitations of science, technology and industry, in fact, for our everyday life will have a significant change, and allow students to learn the application of nanotechnology in IT, biotechnology, environmental and energy aspects.
  • Credits: Liberal compulsory; 2 credits
 

Decision Support and Expert Systems

 
  • Objectives: This course requires students for a specific decision to develop a prototype decision support system, which aims to enable students to be implemented in the experience, in-depth understanding of the nature of decision-making, construction and application of information requirements analysis and decision support tools explore one of the problems and opportunities.
  • Content: expert systems, including basic concepts and principles of expert systems, expert knowledge on how to get, how to express knowledge in a computer expert and how to construct a complete expert system.
  • Credit: Elective; 3 credits
 

Electronic Commerce

 
  • Target: unlimited business opportunities on the Internet, the Internet population has also continued to increase, while many related industries are the future of e-commerce holding infinite hope, predict future fairs on the network grow geometrically into. This course is also a system supplier integration process as one courses.
  • Credit: Elective; 3 credits
 

Design and Implementation of Multimedia Programs

 
  • Objective: To apply multimedia programming software, design and production of multimedia programs, so that humans can fully experience the technology brought civilization technology.
  • Content: This course introduces the design principles of multimedia programs, post-production part of the multimedia learning programs. Finally, the application of the latest developments in technology and related multimedia systems will be discussed in detail.
  • Credit: Elective; 2 credits
 

Introduction of Internet Multimedia

 
  • Contents: Introduction to Internet, FrontPage work environment, text formatting, production separator and forms, hyperlinks and images, split panes and form of production, adding special effects, PhotoImpact image processing and page elements making use Gif Animator, COOL 3D animation, examples of exercises to build websites and network resource integration.
  • Credit: Elective; 3 credits
 

Network Resource and Applications

 
  • Objectives: The course will introduce and teach resource services on the Internet, and use these services and related search tools.
  • Content: FTP, ARCHIE, GOPHER, WWW, WAIS search network resources.
  • Credit: Elective; 3 credits
 

Object-Oriented Programming

 
  • Content: Review VB user interface and common programming syntax processing using Visual Data Access Tools database, make ActiveX code components, making the ActiveX control, the use of ADO, advanced database application design, production and use of COM components, applications The installation and implementation of optimization, developing Internet applications using object classes, custom attributes, methods, and events, COM introduced, ActiveX DLL component production, using VB to implement COM DLLs, Introduction to MTS, MTS service use, Access MTS object that implements COM.
  • Credit: Elective; 3 credits
 

Linux Network Management

 
  • Objectives: This course introduces the use of Linux for network management of a variety of related topics.Contains the basic concepts of the network, set up and manage servers, network security and other topics. This is one of the Linux certification courses.
  • Credit: Elective; 3 credits
 

Linux System Administration

 
  • Objectives: The course for the operation of the Linux operating system for advanced to explain, especially to strengthen inked for the system management issues. This is also one of the Linux certification courses.
  • Credit: Elective; 3 credits
 

Commercial Law

 
  • Target: To introduce the relevant legal concepts related to commercial transactions.
  • Credit: Elective; 2 credits
 

Customer Behavior

 
  • Objectives: To familiarize students with the basic concepts of consumer behavior.
  • Credit: Elective; 3 credits
 

Investment

 
  • Objectives: Introduction of financial investment instruments, to understand the basic concepts of investment to learn, learn personal financial planning and corporate investment theory and practice.
  • Credit: Elective; 3 credits
 

Theory of Insurance

 
  • Goal: introduce the relevant theory and practical application of Insurance, the insurance industry and learn about the laws, institutions, commodities, funds and business model, as an individual or business knowledge of risk aversion.
  • Credit: Elective; 3 credits
 

Knowledge Management

 
  • Goal: to enable students to learn the knowledge economy, knowledge is the competitiveness of the industry and individual core, from the knowledge of how to obtain, accumulation, storage, sharing and application, to establish the basic concepts of knowledge management, knowledge management plan and further strategy, the implementation of knowledge management through case study methods and procedures to enable students to fully understand the importance of knowledge management to enhance the competitiveness of enterprises and the practical application.
  • Credit: Elective; 2 credits

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