The course will introduce students with the Computer-Based Management Information Systems (CBMIS). The course is presented by several consisting stages. First of all, it provides the organizational function of MIS: an overview of the concepts, objectives, and importance of properly designed MIS for an organization. The second stage is a study of the technical foundations of MIS: information system hardware, software and, especially, telecommunication including Internet service. The third stage is Management Data Resources: traditional and modern database environment. The fourth stage is Organizational Support Systems: a discussion of various MIS: knowledge based systems, supporting decision system, supporting group systems, and expert IS. The final stage of the course includes problems of ethical, moral, and social issues related to IS in information society, problems of intellectual property, and data security controls.