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Fields of MIS

  • Computer science:
    Theories and methods of computation, efficient data storage and access, and their impact on information.
  • Operation research:
    Scientific models that enhance decision making and make use of information to solve complex problems.
  • Psychology:
    Cognitive models of human reasoning and behavior as they relate to information.
  • Political science:
    The political impact and uses of information, both within and outside the organization
  • Linguistics:
    Languages and human communications and their influence on the creation and use of information.
  • Sociology:
    Principles governing society as it relates to shaping information policies and principles.
  • Organization theory behavior:
    The nature and characteristics of organizations and their effect on the way human beings use information to make decisions.
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