Pretty easy, overall.
The ITI 103 course is an introduction course for all IT majors before students declare their major in IT. The course introduces a variety of concepts in the ITI program and what students can expect to learn when taking future ITI courses in the curriculum.
Students can learn a variety of different IT topics from taking the ITI 103 course, including social informatics, World Wide Web, human-computer interaction, management of information technology, and the relationship between technology, race and gender, and information intelligence.
Hours per week:
Advice for students:
Attend all lecture sections as students can learn a variety of topics in addition to class attendance. Study for exams by reviewing all the PowerPoint slides that are posted on Sakai. Complete assignments and submit them on time without plagiarizing. Participate and complete any extra credit assignments that can help boost students' grades in the course.