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WILMINGTON UNIVERSITYCOURSE SYLLABUSFACULTY MEMBER:Harold (Hal) LoweTERM: Summer IICOURSE TITLE: Information Assurance Integration/Capstone CourseCOURSE NUMBER: SEC8100_HYB_B2W03_SU2017OFFICE HOURS/METHOD OF CONTACT: TELEPHONE: 856-678-5657 (emergencies only please)E-MAIL: [email protected]OFFICE HOURS: Normally, one hour before class & daily on line beginning at 9:00amCOURSE DESCRIPTION: This course combines the three integration efforts toward a) integrating the enterprise, b) integrating the IS function, and c) integrating IS technologies.TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS: A headset or microphone may be required to utilize technology in this course. COURSE OBJECTIVES: GOAL A:Understand the value of Database Recovery and Database Back-up Planning Learning Outcomes:The student will be able to: A-1 Describe from a business perspective, the importance of Database Recovery A-2 Identify strategies and methodologies for backing-up data A-3 Demonstrate knowledge of requirements for the development of a Database Back-up Plan GOAL B:The student will gain an understanding of systems design methodology as it relates to IS development. Learning Outcomes:The students will be able to: B-1 describe the design phase in terms of information building blocks B-2 identify the differentiate between several system design strategies B-3 describe both centralized and decentralized distributed computer alternatives for IS design B-4 distinguish between different types of computer users and design considerations for each B-5 identify several important human engineering factors and guidelines and incorporate them into a design of a user
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interface GOAL C:Understand the functionality of network technology, components, and software. Learning Outcomes: The student will be able to: C-1 identify, examine, evaluate, and chose a set of components and software that best meet technical requirements of the network C-2 estimate initial and recurring costs for network support, components, and operations C-3 differentiate between the requirements of a global and/or enterprise-wide system and a functional system GOAL D: Become familiar with the systems approach to problem solving Learning Outcomes:The student will be able to:
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