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Refer to the Fall Flex Training Materials and the Assessment Handbook for more details on student learning outcome assessments. To see the most current SLOs and success criteria for a course, choose the Course button and search. For the most current PLOs, select the Program button and search. You can tell they are current and updated in META if the SLOs or PLOs are displayed with the success criteria and ILO mapping. Topics include hacking, social networks, privacy, cryptography, legal aspects, social implications, password management, digital forensics, computer networking, wireless security, and ethical issues. Focuses on individual users and their role in protecting themselves from various cybersecurity threats. Examines programming using traditional and visual development environments to learn event-driven, object-oriented design with emphasis on software development best practices for effective software maintenance and modernization.
Examines the fundamental concepts involved in industry based database design, administration, and usage. Topics include information retrieval, database administration, database models, design theory, database security, and database driven application programming. Examines the principles of human computer interaction. Studies issues of computer and system design more holistically with an emphasis on how such systems can be improved through proactive designs. Topics include human factors, human-centered computing and evaluation, effective interfaces, accessibility, legal issues, and social and organizational context. Examines selected topics in technology for web design and programming, paying particular attention to client interactions on the World Wide Web.
Examines selected topics of discrete mathematics and statistics as applicable to students of information technology and systems. Topics include basic logic, discrete probability, functions, relations, sets, hypothesis testing, sampling and description statistics, graphs and trees, regular expressions, and application of mathematics and statistics to information technology. Explores computer networking and telecommunications fundamentals including LANs, WANs, Intranets, and the World Wide Web. Studies data communication concepts, models, and protocols.
Practices installation, configuration, systems integration, and management of infrastructure technologies. Studies the need for information security policies, standards, and procedures. Examines functions of hardware and software systems. Examines concepts and techniques for analyzing and designing software systems to meet maintenance and modernization requirements such as changes of business logics, integration, and computing paradigms. Topics include software aging, reengineering, modeling, pattern, process, and cases. Examines current topics and issues associated with study and practice of iterative and incremental development and project team management with emphasis on practical project experience. Includes lectures and problem sessions in mathematics, programming, problem solving, and ITS applications.