COURSE CODE: INFO 1600
COURSE TITLE: Introduction to Information Technology Concepts
SEMESTER: 1
CREDITS: 3
PRE-REQUISITES: none
COURSE DESCRIPTION

This is a foundation course in Information Technology and introduces students to the discipline of Information Technology. It describes how it relates to other computing disciplines. At the end of the course, students will be able to appreciate what is Information Technology and how it is used by organizations today to improve their efficiency and profitability. The course also provides a general overview of the B.Sc. in Information Technology so that when the course concludes, students will understand how the whole degree fits together in a cohesive manner. Numerous examples are presented throughout the course so that students can get a concrete picture of the role of information technology in organizations. 

 

ASSESSMENT

Coursework           50%
Final Examination            50%
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