Introduction to Information Technology

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Course Code: 
BIT 1207
Course Credit Units: 
3
Semester: 
Semester 2
Year of Study: 
Year 1
Undergraduate or Graduate Level: 
Undergraduate Level
Course Description & Objectives: 

Course Description:  This course is intended to be at the introductory level in a curriculum and to provide foundation skills for subsequent courses. Together with Information Technology II it provides an overview of the discipline of IT, and begins to instill an IT mindset. The goal is to help students understand the diverse contexts in which IT is used and the challenges inherent in the diffusion of innovative technology. The topics covered in this course include: User Centeredness and Advocacy; Information Assurance and Security;  IT Systems Model;  Management of Complexity (Abstraction, Modeling, best Practices, Patterns, Standards, Use of Appropriate Tools); Adaptability; Professionalism (Life-long Learning, Professional Development, Ethics, Responsibility, Interpersonal Skills, Data versus Information)                                                                                                                                                                                                       Aims: The course aims to:

  •  Give the students main guidelines for the future study of IT-related courses
  •  Develop their knowledge and understanding of

-   the components of IT systems and their interrelationships;-   the nature of complexity occurring in IT systems;-   tools and methods used in IT for managing complexity;-   the role of the IT professional as the user advocate;-   the necessity of life-long learning and continued professional development for an IT professional;-   the importance of adaptability and interpersonal skills to an IT professional;-   the difference between data and information, and their interrelationship;-   the importance of data and information in IT;-   the  importance  of  the  mastery  of  information  and  communication  technologies  to  an  IT Professional

  •    Form initial skills of

-   identification of the components of IT systems and their interrelationships;-   managing complexity through relevant tools and methods;-   choosing  valid  techniques  and  methodologies  for  analyzing  and  designing  different kind of information technologies;-   advocacy of users’ interests;-   Interpersonal communication.

Learning Outcomes: 

On completion of this course unit, the students will be able to:

  •  Acquire  main guidelines for the future study of IT-related course
  • To   develop   knowledge   and   understanding   of      the   components   of   IT   systems   and   their interrelationships; the nature of complexity occurring in IT systems;  tools and methods used in IT for managing complexity;  the role of the IT professional as the user advocate; the necessity of life-long learning and continued professional development for an IT professional;  the importance of adaptability and interpersonal skills to an IT professional;  the difference between data and information, and their interrelationship,  the importance of data and information in IT; the importance of the mastery of information and communication technologies to an IT professional
  • Form  initial  skills  of  identification  of  the  components  of  IT  systems  and  their  interrelationships; managing   complexity   through   relevant   tools   and   methods;   choosing   valid   techniques   and methodologies for analyzing and designing different kind of information technologies; advocacy of users’ interests; interpersonal communication.
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