691 (16446): Organizational Informatics,
Official Description: This course examines the organizational context of information systems and information technology. Topics include: uses made of information technology in different kinds of organization, the characteristics of various information-related roles within large organizations, organizational cultures and subcultures, the organizational complexities of information systems projects, knowledge management, and career-related issues in the information systems field.
Prerequisites: Undergraduates should have completed the first two Information Architecture courses (240 and 340). Having taken the database course (410) would be a distinct advantage.
Course Website: www.tomandmaria.com/691
Note: in future semesters, Organizational Informatics will be offered as a regular course with its own number, 675. This will be its last semester as a 691 course.