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ITBP103: Principles of IT

Description:Overview of IT; IT Related Disciplines: Intelligent Systems, Software Systems, Information Systems, Computer Systems, Networking, E-Business and Information Security; IT Application Domains; Overview of Computer Systems; Networks and the Internet; Abstraction, Modeling and Programming; Information Management; Software Systems Development Methods; Web Enterprise Systems and Technologies; Artificial Intelligence; Social and Ethical Issues that Regulate the Use of Computers.
Credit Hours.:3
Text Book: Computer Science: An Overview by J. Glenn Brookshear. 11th Edition, Pearson, 2012
Coordinator: Marton Gergly
Topics Outline:
  1. Overview of IT
  2. Data representation and storage
  3. Data Manipulation and CPU Architecture
  4. Operating System
  5. Networking and the Internet
  6. Algorithms and Programming Languages
  7. Databases and enterprise information
  8. Software Engineering
  9. Artificial Intelligence
  1. Develop computational thinking skills
  2. Understand systems involved in the development of usable computing platforms
  3. Indicate IT capabilities and limitations
  4. Express the local and global impact of IT on individuals, organizations, and society
  5. Explain IT professional, ethical and social issues and responsibilities
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Evolved From: ITBP102: Principles of IT II
ITBP101: Principles of IT I
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