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Research Methodology

Upon successful completion of the course, the student should be able to: (i) Identify interesting problems of research  and develop appropriate strategies to address the problems identified; (ii) Demonstrate ethical consideration in conduction research; (iii) Show  knowledge and understanding of Statistical and non-Statistical Research Methods;(iv)Use statistical packages to analyze data and make scientifically sound conclusions based on the analysis; (v) Interpret,explain, and experiment through writing, oral presentation, various multi-media modes , and in a classroom setting ;and (vi) De

Security Protocols

This course presents case studies  of the design of various security pro- tocols including SSL, WEP / WPA, IPSec, and Kerberos. We focus on discussing the pros and cons of various security trade-offs involved in the design of such protocols, and we describe vulnerabilities that some of these protocols are susceptible to due to design flaws.   

Information Management

This course isimportant to the management, productivity and differentiation of an organization. Informationisderivedfromdata.Thismeans thatdata mustbeefficientlycollected,organized,retrievedandmanagedtomakeitmeaningfulto theorganization.


 By completion of this course, the student should have an understanding of: The difference between e-governance and e-government; E-governance strategy and Public Policy issues for e- governance implementation; Infrastructure and applications required for e-governance.                                                                                                                                                                                              Indicative Content: The course will cover: the definitions of e-governance and e-government; e- governan

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.   

Knowledge-based Systems

Course Description: By the end of this course, the student should be able: To understand important issues, challenges, concepts and techniques of building and managing knowledge-based Systems.

Information Systems Development

 Upon completion of this course, students should be able: To gain a general idea about information systems and the information systems development life cycle; To be familiar with the principles and approaches of project management as they are applied to the design, development and maintenance of complex information systems; To understand the roles and responsibilities of information architects in Team-based projects Indicative Content: This course is an introductory systems design course for software engineers and business systems analysts.

Information Systems Security

 At the conclusion of the course, the student should have an understanding of: Computer, databases & network-related security threats and solutions; Principles of authentication and encryption; Internet Protocol security architecture (IPSEC).   

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