CMP-202 Fundamentals of Information Technology
Provides an overview of the fundamental ideas and principles behind information systems. The course approaches traditional computer concepts from a managerial perspective geared to the requirements of businesses and organizations. Within this context students use case studies to analyze and discuss design concepts and approaches to managing information and implementing technology solutions. The course introduces students to the role of information systems in business, society and private life, to the role of critical decision makers and to important decision support tools. It further addresses core ethical issues, principles and procedures. Students are expected to develop critical-thinking as well as analytical and problem-solving skills.
Study Methods:Online Courses (CMP-202-OL) Dec 2014 Jan 2015 Feb 2015 Mar 2015
Semester Hours: 3
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