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Business Communication Skills

Course Description:Course builds students knowledge on elements, processes and channels of communication. It equips students with business communication knowledge and skills which are very vital in tourism business.  Course Objectives:

Professional Law and Ethics

 A necessary pre-requisite for this course is Information Technology I. This course gives in-depth knowledge of computing law and ethics topics introduced earlier in pervasive themes of Information Technology. It is intended for IT undergraduate students who generally have little (or none) work experience in the IT industry. First, the course considers the international and national legal frameworks related to IT. A variety of computer crimes as far as responsibility for committing such crimes are discussed.

Information Technology I

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 studentsunderstand the diverse contexts in which IT is used and the challenges inherent in the diffusion of innovative technology.

Electronic Commerce

Course Description:  The topics covered in this course include: computerized trading systems, electronic funds transfer, automatic product identification and bar code technology, electronic data interchange; the infrastructure of electronic commerce; electronic payment systems;  Electronic commerce retailing and corporate finance; Intranets and supply chain management; remote banking, procurement and purchasing, online  marketing  and  advertisement,  home  shopping,  and  auctions.

Systems Analysis and Design

 This course introduces established and evolving methodologies for the analysis and design of an information system. Great emphasis is placed on system characteristics, managing projects, prototyping, CASE/OOM tools, systems development life cycle phases, the role of the systems analyst, systems selection, definition of systems requirements, feasibility analysis, system design, and system architecture are topics included. Upon completion, students should be able to analyze a problem and design an appropriate solution using a combination of tools and techniques.   

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