​Course Information

​Course Number ​Title ​GE
SYSA235 Integrated Software
This course provides an introduction to and application of current business software used to organize and operate a business.
SYSA310 Methods Analysis & Office Operations
Prerequisite: ENGL 106, 107, or 206 or permission of the instructor. This course covers a wide array of professional systems tools employed by the methods or systems and procedure analysts. These tools or techniques are needed for methods and information analysis of manual office operations and office automation. Microcomputer operations, software, and hardware will be covered in the context of its role in office automation.
SYSA340 Management Info Systems
Prerequisite: CSCI 150 or 190 or permission of the instructor. This course is the extension of CSCI 150 into the realm of information systems for business management. It is a study of the nature of systems parameters of the business system, system design and analysis, and control of systems. Computer programming is not a part of this course.
SYSA360 Operations Management
Prerequisite(s): CSCI 150 and MATH 123 or permission of the instructor. This is an applications course that is oriented toward problem recognition and problem solving of both manufacturing and service industries. Analytical methods are applied to material control, productivity, technology and production, or service control systems. Computer systems, data collection, and communications will be discussed as a central focus in both production and service operations.
SYSA495 Seminar in Business Systems
Prerequisites: SYSA 360 and four other computer science or systems analysis courses. This course is designed for special studies and/or research in the student's major. It is open for individual or seminar group work. The course is graded S/U.
SYSA499 Business Systems Internship
Prerequisites: ENGL 106, 107, or 206, SYSA 360, minimum 2.75 GPA and have earned a minimum of 30 semester hours at The University of Findlay. This internship is a one-semester work experience with a cooperating business firm supervised by the systems analysis faculty. This course will be graded S/U and may be repeated with a maximum of 12 semester hours applying toward a degree.