III、Information Management Major

◆Bachelor level

Business Application Programming Design
concerns an application of the groupware platform via the Lotus Notes. Students will learn to integrate the messages and business process, to maintain personal information management, to establish Notes database, and to design the business application.

Business Data Communication
covers networking basics, internet/web-based services, client-server architecture, fundamentals of transmission, networking protocols, physical layer, data-link layer, local-area networks, backbone networks, combines technical, operational, and management issues in data communications.

Capstone Project
draws upon what they have learned from the Information Management program. They apply the techniques they have learned in prior course work to a significant project of their own definition. The project will be completed through group and students define the information problem for themselves.

Computer Animation and Imaging
practices of two parts. First, students will learn how to utilize some well-known software packages to produce image and animation files. Second, focus on the basic knowledge and operational skills for developing applications such as image enhancement, compression, recognition, encryption …etc.

Data structures
covers design of data structures and computer algorithms in information systems, methods for analyzing in terms of time and space, data structures and design techniques used in the solution of frequently encountered problems.

Data Mining
includes database technology, artificial intelligence, machine learning, neural networks, statistics, pattern recognition, knowledge-based systems, knowledge acquisition, information retrieval, high-performance computing, and data visualization.

Database Management Systems
offers examining the business need for database processing, discussing database development and administration including data modeling and role normalization. Students practice converting data models to database design.

Game Design and Practice
concerns of practicing involving technology associated with designing and developing digital games and multimedia applications. Courses in this program offer from basics to advanced topics in digital game design such as gaming technology, game design process, animation, and 3D game.

Information Systems
offers fundamentals of information systems, what they are, how they affect organizations. Technical and organizational foundations of building information systems, managing information system resources, using information systems to analyze, coordinate, solve organizational decision-making problems.

Operating Systems
concerns operating systems at the junior or senior undergraduate level. It provides a clear description of the concepts that underlie operating systems and its function as an essential part of any computer system.

Object-Oriented Programming Design
covers basics of the Java language and its use for object-oriented application development. This course is proper for individuals who want to learn Java programming development and the concepts of the object.

System Analysis and Design
covers concepts and history of information system development, system analysis and design methodologies, user requirements fetching and analyzing, designing for system interfaces, and project management skills with CASE tools.

Wireless Network Technology
introduce from wide-area voice network (GSM, CDMA) to local-area information network (IEEE 802.11, Bluetooth). Students will learn basic principles and technology for wireless network technology. This course will also be the basic training for wireless network researcher and practitioner by practicing with Bluetooth.

◆Master level

Advanced Algorithms
consists of design strategies and analysis of computer algorithms. The major topics include various design strategies, complexities of algorithms and lower bounds of problems, approximation algorithms, on-line algorithms. The most essential feature of our course is that we introduce the theory of NP-Completeness as early as possible. The example-driven approach is employed to lead students into this exciting and interesting kernel field of computer science and engineering.

Advanced Database Management Systems
offers topics of advanced interest in database research on design and implementation of a database application including data models, database design, and database application implementation.

Advanced Information Management
includes networks and distributed information-processing systems, office automation, artificial intelligence and knowledge-based systems, new approaches to systems development, economics of information systems, and other detailed examination of research issues.

Advanced Information Security
provides important issue in an information protection system. Students will initially focus on the basic design principles of information security, and then finally learn how to utilize in the practice.

Advanced Network Management
offers topics from the basics to advanced issues including client-server architecture, fundamentals of transmission, networking protocols, physical layer, data-link layer, local-area networks, backbone networks, internetworking devices, and socket application software.

Advanced Operating Systems
introduces an essential part of any computer system. This course is intended as an advanced course in operating systems at the graduate level. It provides a clear description of the concepts that underlie operating systems and case studies for some important operating systems.

Wireless Network Planning and Capacity Management
covers wireless network technology ranging from wireless propagation theory, cellular concept to variety of commercial wireless network. This course will be the basic training for advanced wireless network researcher and practitioner.

◆Electronic Business Program

The Electronic Business Program was established in 2002, in aims to help the students from College of Management to develop proficiencies in both electronic business environment and electronic commerce platform.? Currently, the courses in this curriculum are sub-divided into two different sets, the fundamental set and core set.? In order to obtain, the certification from Electronic Business Program, a student must completed at least 12 credits courses from core set, and no less than 8 credit courses from fundamental set.? Our teachers include the experts from both business and IT fields.? This program is now openinig to every student from Shih Hsin University, regardless of the department he/she came from.

Customer Relationship Management
Presents a fundamental concept of CRM.? The student is to expect to learn the principles of relationship management, the IT infrastructure for enterprise CRM system, and also the techniques to improve the efficiency of the system.??

E-commerce Business Model
Introduces the current market condition, different types of management models for electronic commerce, and the advantage and disadvantage of different E-commerce Models.

Enterprise Resource Planning
Allows student to have hands on experience on Enterprise Resource Planning System, include basic principles on enterprise resource planning, utilization of ERP, and common commercial available packages for ERP.

Industry Analysis
Provides students with basic concept and method to perform industry analyses.? In addition, it will also give students a chance to research all kinds of industries in Taiwan, using the concept and model learnt in class.

Case study of Electronic Business
Based on case studies of Taiwan enterprises, cultivate students’ interdisciplinary information system skills to promote electronic business. The teaching method is Harvard-style case studies. Students are required to be well-prepared to participating discussion in class.