Information Technology II

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Instructor:
Course Venue:

Lecture Theatre LLT 6A

CIT Block B
LLT 6A
College of Computing and Information Sciences
Course Code: 
BIT 2108
Course Credit Units: 
3
Semester: 
Semester 1
Year of Study: 
Year 2
Undergraduate or Graduate Level: 
Undergraduate Level
Course Description & Objectives: 

Course description: A necessary pre-requisite for this course is Information Technology I.This course continues an overview of the discipline of IT, describes how it relates to other computing disciplines, and finally instills an IT mindset. This course includes topics: Aims: The course aims to: •     Give the students main guidelines for the future study of IT-related courses•     Develop knowledge and understanding of-   the elements of a feasible IT application-   the extend and activities involved in an IT application-   business processes-   project management processes-   integration processes-   history of computing technology and Internet-   impacts  of  computing  and  IT  on  society,  communication  and  interaction,  global processes-   changes in human-computer interaction-   the relationship between IT and other disciplines (computing and non-computing)-   the importance of mathematics and statistics in IT-   the application of IT in non-computing disciplines-   the number systems used in computation-   data representation and encoding systems-   encryption methods and their limitations-   mathematical concepts used in programming (functions, relationships, sets, basic logic)-   probability and statistical concepts related to IT-   the basic data analysis concepts and methods used in IT applications•     Form initial skills of-   identification of the elements of a feasible IT application-   identification of the extend and activities involved in an IT application-   identification   of   the   requirements   to   business   processes,   project   management processes, integration processes-   outlining business processes, project management processes, integration processes-   application of IT in non-computing disciplines-    data representation and encoding-    using basic data analysis methods. 

Learning Outcomes: 

On completion of this course unit, the students will be able to: •     Acquire the main guidelines for the future study of IT-related courses;•     Develop knowledge and understanding of the elements of a feasible IT application; the extend and activities involved in an IT application; business processes;   project management processes; integration processes; history of computing technology and Internet; impacts of computing and IT on society, communication and interaction, global processes; changes in human-computer interaction; the relationship between IT and other disciplines (computing and non-computing); the importance of mathematics and statistics in IT; the application of IT in non-computing disciplines; the number systems used in computation; data representation and encoding systems; encryption methods and their limitations; mathematical concepts used in programming (functions, relationships, sets, basic logic); probability and statistical concepts related to IT; the basic data analysis concepts and methods used in IT applications.•     To  form  initial  skills  of  identification  of  the  elements  of  a  feasible  IT  application; identification of the extend and activities involved in an IT application;  identification of the requirements to business processes, project management processes, integration processes; outlining business processes, project management processes, integration processes; application of IT in non-computing disciplines; data representation and encoding; using basic data analysis methods. 

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