Studies principles and procedures for organizing and operating Records and Information Management (RIM) programs. Topics include: selection of filing systems, equipment, and supplies, procedures for storage, retrieval, transfer, retention, and disposal of records; records inventory and analysis; records protection and disposition; and study and application of ARMA (Association of Records Managers and Administrators) rules for alphabetic, alphanumeric, geographic, numeric, and subject methods. Helps a business or organization meet its fiscal, legal, governmental, requirements by managing its information systems.
Prereq: ENG 100 (or concurrent), or consent.
3 credit, 3 hour lecture/lab