IT 505 Syllabus - Graduate Course Syllabus IT 505: Core...

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P a g e |1Syllabus Last Updated 7/21/2016Graduate Course SyllabusIT 505: Core TechnologiesCenter: OnlineCourse PrerequisitesNoneCourse DescriptionThis course familiarizes students with the basic concepts of information systems to strengthen their knowledge ofhardware and software systems, including supporting information technology infrastructures. Students will gain anunderstanding of the application of fundamental information technology competencies related to computernetworks, software, and delivery systems for delivering products and service within an enterprise to customers,suppliers, and clients. Additionally, students will begin to examine the skills and dispositions that shape theirprofessional identities.Course OutcomesAssess the capabilities of basic computer networks in terms of scope and scale for their ability to addressenterprise needsModify basic behaviors in computer programs to meet specified criteriaDifferentiate between fundamental data storage and fundamental data retrieval systems for determiningappropriate management of data within an enterpriseManipulate basic web technologies for optimal use and functionAnalyze fundamental components of information assurance practices to maximize the security ofenterprise systemsRequired MaterialsSoftware:Microsoft Access 2013Microsoft Visio 2013Southern New Hampshire University students are able to obtain discounted, often free, Microsoft software for ITand DAT courses through the DreamSpark program. Go to theSNHU Academic Software Centerand request anaccount from the right panel to begin managing your software. If you have trouble downloading and installing thesoftware, please request access to the SNHU virtual desktop environment from your instructor.
P a g e |2Syllabus Last Updated 7/21/2016Instructor Availability and Response TimeYour class interaction with the instructor and your classmates will take place in Blackboard on a regular, ongoingbasis. Your instructor will be actively engaged within the course throughout the week. You will normallycommunicate with your instructor in the weekly discussions or the General Questions forum in Blackboard so thatyour questions and the instructor’s answers benefit the entire class. You should feel free, however, to

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