Contemporary Issues in Information Technology

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Course Code: 
MIT 7115
Course Credit Units: 
3
Semester: 
Semester 1
Year of Study: 
Year 1
Undergraduate or Graduate Level: 
Graduate Level
Course Description & Objectives: 

 This course will provide an in-depth study of one or more, recent, emerging or potential important developments in IT that impact on forecasting, IT policy, global organizations and distributive computing, the role and responsibilities of the Chief Information Officer. IT and business strategies. This course aims at:

  • Presenting and evaluating the most recent applications of IT e.g. the Internet, IT economy, online business, telecommuting etc.
  • Reviewing an in-depth analysis of the changing force IT imposes upon people businesses and social organizations.
Learning Outcomes: 

At the conclusion of this Unit, students will be able to:

  • Demonstrate in-depth knowledge on contemporary computer-based technologies being used by different types of people for different applications.
  • Understand why certain types of people use overuse or refuse IT.
  • Analyze the role IT plays in industry and envisage its changing force in creating new ways of conducting business.
  • Analyze the role IT plays in the home and envisage its changing force in creating the home of the future.
  • Demonstrate in-depth knowledge on the so-called e-boom and online activities such as telecommuting, online   shopping,   online   banking,   entertainment,  communications, ecommerce and the like.
  • Analyze  and  understand  the  implications  of  IT  in  creating  new  concepts  for  human communities (virtual    communities)    and    human    inter-relationships  (impersonal relationships).
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